Mold Remediation Questions
Thursday, August 1, 2019
Mold remediation can be an invasive, lengthy, complicated, and expensive process even when choosing the right restoration company. But choosing the wrong one can be a disaster, both structurally and for the health of inhabitants. Therefore, it is extremely important for property owners to ask key mold remediation questions before hiring a restoration company for mold removal.
Your ultimate goal as a property owner is to ensure that the mold removal job is done right. And with that in mind, here are 10 mold remediation questions that should receive “YES” answers when choosing a restoration company:
- Is the mold remediation company prepared to give you a written contract/change order?
- Is the mold remediation company prepared to provide you with a remediation plan?
- Is the mold remediation company prepared to provide you with a post-remediation report?
- Is the mold remediation company prepared to recommend independent indoor environmental professionals that can provide you with a post-remediation verification report?
- Does the mold remediation company carry insurance?
- Do the employees have mold related training and certifications from one of the major recognized industry training groups such as the RIA, IAQA, or IICRC?
- Does the mold remediation company set up containment to prevent cross contamination?
- Does the mold remediation company use negative air machines and air scrubbers to clean the air?
- Does the mold remediation company use moisture meters where applicable?
- Is the mold remediation company willing to provide you with referrals and their contact details?
Joe Taylor Restoration can proudly answer yes to all of the above questions. We are fully licensed, insured, trained and prepared to address even the most complicated of mold remediation situations. We would also be happy to answer any further mold remediation questions you might have. If you find yourself in need of mold remediation, contact us for the knowledge and expertise you and your property need.