mold inspection austin

A typical mold inspection and testing includes the following:

  • Sampling the inside air quality and outside air for mold (outside air is used as a control sample);
  • Sampling suspect visible mold growth to determine if it is mold growth and what type;
  • Collecting moisture readings of construction materials such as sheet rock walls, wood base boards, wood cabinets, wood flooring etc.;
  • Completing a visible inspection of the areas of concern;
  • Collecting a detailed history of the water intrusion of the home to help focus in on potential areas of concern;
  • Listening to clients and ensuring we address their concerns;
  • Collecting relative humidity measurements of the building or residence;
  • Collecting photographic evidence of visual findings;
  • Collecting measurements for remediation purposes of water damage or mold growth affected areas;
  • Collecting wall cavity samples of suspect water damaged and mold growth walls and non- suspect walls for comparison purposes (if applicable);
  • Writing up a detailed report of findings which may include a Protocol (which is a written detailed scope of work to be completed in order to remove the water and mold growth damaged construction materials);
  • Explaining findings of the inspection (including laboratory results) to clients so they understand what is presently occurring at their residence;
  • Completing clearance testing and inspection (includes photograph evidence of remediation activities) after remediation occurs prior to build back of the remediated areas; and
  • Provide a State of Texas, Certificate of Mold Damaged Remediation, after clearance testing and inspection has passed.

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