Mold Removal by Biological Health Services
It is impossible to quote mold removal over the phone. A mold inspection is necessary to find out the scope of work to be written down. The process also determines the amount of drywall that ought to be removed, whether we will need to ice blast the mold and the necessary method to eliminate the mold. The assessment also helps understand how the mold growth came to occur (the origin of the mold growth) and the way these causes can be fixed effectively to ensure that home is rehabilitated to a safe and healthy one.
Biological Health Services will send one of their experienced and trained inspectors to perform a free visible mold review as well as offer a you an estimate of the costs. If need be, a third party hygienist/environmentalist may also be introduced if the inspector think the extent of mold damage and spread is unclear or greater than expected. The 3rd party participation is meant to address the conflict of interest problem as they aren’t compensated for elimination, they are compensated directly from the client to identify the extent of the issue.
Sometimes, air sampling or mold testing will be carried out to make sure your indoor air quality is beneficial for you and your family and also to figure out whether the mold spores have spread into other regions of the house. Since mold spores are microscopic, it’s not possible to ascertain whether they have spread in your house without air testing. The mold expert and third party hygienist will have to execute testing and inspection before producing a report of the necessary steps. The experts will also test/inspect site during the mold removal process and upon completion of the whole process.
When the business arrives on site, they usually have the tools that will aid in performing a proper mold inspection. Without the tools, a proper mold inspection cannot be achieved. These include hygrometers, thermal imaging cameras, air sampling machines, moisture meters, and mold swabs. The combination of appropriate gear with a trained, experienced, and accredited mold remediation contractor are necessary to determine the scope of work needed to carry out the task safely and efficiently. This combination is also important in identifying the causes of the mold and to come up with the best approach to fix them.
Mold can be washed out or wiped down in some instances, depending on how heavy the mold has penetrated or the surface. In case you have any doubts, contact experienced, trained and certified Biological Health Services. The professionals will keep you updated during the mold removal procedure, and offer you a report of your mold removal project and pictures. They’re also able to provide a completion report once the project is completed.