May 28, 2017

Mold Inspection

Certified Mold Inspection

Certified Mold InspectorsAt New England Remediation Services, we provide certified mold inspection services, and as such we are Certified Mold Inspectors (CMI) and Certified Residential Mold Inspectors (CRMI). We are licensed for the identification and removal of mold for New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont.

Accurate mold testing and inspection is a critical step in the process of eliminating a mold problem. Identifying the source and severity of a mold infestation in a home or business requires a multi-pronged strategy, specialized equipment, and a knowledge of construction in order to successfully eliminate a mold problem. We have been solving mold problems for Realtors, homeowners, and commercial business owners successfully for years.

If you choose to hire your own mold inspector, we are happy to work with other mold inspection services to perform the remediation and/or restoration services for you.

Our mold inspection process goes like this:

Free Estimate. If you have mold visible on your walls, ceilings, or floors, we will assess the damage and provide you with a written proposal to remediate the mold. Part of this visual inspection will be checking for water intrusion points that may be causing the mold problem.

Lab Testing. If the mold is visible, but you suspect that it may be toxic because you have symptoms of an allergic reaction or sinus irritation, we will perform surface testing and also room by room to find a baseline on how severe the infestation is. A small lab fee is added to this additional step.

Whole House Inspection. If the mold is not visible, but you suspect it may be toxic mold because you have symptoms, finding and testing for the source requires more time, and we must charge for this service. This may involve pulling up the carpet, ceiling tiles or sheet rock to access a sampling spot. We will follow the procedures of a visual inspection for water intrusion points, and also perform baseline testing going room to room.

Once we are confident that we have identified the source of mold and the water intrusion or moisture problem contributing to it, and you have a written proposal, we can move forward with the appropriate remediation or restoration process.