Mold Assessment, Westchester Bergen Rockland Fairfield County

Mold Assessment, Westchester Bergen Rockland Fairfield County

  1.  A client interview that includes the specific reason for the call, any past water or mold events, as thorough history of the building as possible.
  2.  The identification of areas that can support mold growth, and if they have ever been wet or have the possibility of being wet.
  3.  Conclusively identify the cause and origin of the moisture that is supporting the mold growth in those identified areas, such as a crack in the exterior of the building, a leak from a pipe or a drip from the roof.
  4.  Correct the cause.  This may involve other trades such as a plumber, roofer or mason.
  5.  Assess the amount of personal property and building material affected by water and or mold.  Did any personal items get wet?  Do they need to be discarded or can they be cleaned?
  6.  Provide any necessary remediation plan to my client in the form of a written proposal that outlines the scope of work in a way that allows the client to understand what will be undertaken in the remediation of their property.
  7.  Provide a clearly stated and established level of clean to attain, i.e. clean dust free, single spore counts in air samples (raw count), low or no on surface samples.
  8.  Establish how you are going to measure that level of clean, i.e. white glove/towel, spore traps, tape lifts.
  9.  Corroborate your opinion of clean and dust free with the collection of surface and air samples.

In a nutshell; Interview, Inspect, Correct, Clean, and Verify.

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