Mold Removal by Biological Health Services
Mold removal can’t be quoted in a phone conversation. A mold inspection is critical in determining the scope of work that should be written down. Additionally, inspection determines the percentage of drywall to be removed, If there’s need to Ice blast the mold and the best method of eliminating the mold. The inspection should help understand how the mold growth happened (its origin) and how the reasons for the mold could be fixed effectively to ensure that your home remains safe and healthy.
Biological Health Services will send one of their experienced and trained inspectors perform a free visible mold review and supply you with a free estimate. 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 addresses the conflict of interest as they aren’t paid for elimination, but are paid directly from the customer to detect and scope 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. Mold spores are microscopic and without air testing it’s impossible to determine how far they could have spread. Biological health services will have to execute the sampling, testing and review and then provide a report on what needs to be done. The experts will also test/inspect site during the mold removal process and upon completion of the whole process.
When the mold specialists arrive on site, they bring with them tools that will help in doing a proper mold inspection. Without the tools, a proper mold inspection cannot be achieved. The tools include thermal imaging cameras, air sampling machines, hygrometers, mold swabs, and moisture meters. By combining the appropriate gear with an accredited, experienced and trained mold removal & remediation contractor, it will be possible to determine the scope of work required to finish the mold removal and remediation work safely and effectively. 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. If you have any doubt, call Biological Health Services because they have experience with mold removal. The mold specialists will also update you throughout the procedure and provide a report and pictures of the whole mold removal and remediation process. Once the job is completed, they will give you a completion report.