Our Mold Inspection’s is to primarily help locate, indent issues and make recommendation so that mold colonization / growth can be remediated as well as prevented. In addition to reporting competent remediation plans to correct mold, odor, and moisture issues at hand, Our Mold Inspector wants to help clients learn some preventive measures so they don’t have to worry that mold may return after remediation.
Mold remediation is the process of removal and/or cleanup of mold from an indoor environment. Mold remediation activity are conducted by trained and certified technician donning full PPE, use special occupational health care and engineering control techniques to contain and prevent cross contamination.
Air Sampling This method is used to determine air quality via third party laboratory analysis and help identify the volume and type of mold is present in the occupied space. Air is pulled through a Bioaerosol slide at the rate of 15 liters per minute.
Bulk samples are the removal of materials from the contaminated area to identify and determine the concentration of mold in the sample. Surface samples are sampling the amount of mold spores deposited on indoor surfaces (tape, and dust samples).
Tape Lift - This method is used when visible mold is present and documentation of mold type is needed. Tape is used to lift mold from an area and placed on a laboratory slide for evaluation to determine mold type.
Swab Sampling - This method is used on visible mold area. The collected sample on the swab is evaluated at the laboratory to determine mold type.
Restoration & Inspection
WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION is the process of restoring a property back to pre-loss condition after sustaining any level of water damage. Most companies use the IICRC certification and procedural standard, which is the S500. It is based on reliable restoration principles, research and practical experience with extensive consultation and information gathered from numerous sources. These include the scientific community, the international, national and regional trade associations serving the disaster restoration industry.
FIRE DAMAGE REMEDIATION is the activity of restoring the building to the state it was before the fire. The most common fire remediation services are: Debris removal drying excess water in your home HVAC, soot and smoke stains cleaning before structurally rebuilding the home or building.
SMOKE DAMAGE CLEAN UP is an integral part of fire restoration, is most efficient when the professional restorer does it as part of a post-fire house cleanup, since that is when all of the other restoration steps happen. Potent and concentrated chemicals are used to clean up smoke and soot damage in and on your possessions.
HOME INSPECTION is a non-invasive visual examination of a residential dwelling which is designed to identify observed material defects within specific components of said dwelling, www.hifive.biz