What is a Mold Inspection?
A Mold Inspection is a visual inspection of all surfaces with photographs to document the visible mold growth, water damage, wet building materials, high humidity and more.
The current inspection information and history of water intrusion or previous mold is used to make the appropriate air and/or swab sample recommendations.
The initial inspection results and sample recommendations are explained and the client will then make their laboratory sample choices.
All approved samples will be processed at EMLab P&K an accredited laboratory.
The laboratory results and inspection information is used to determine if there is a problem and how far it might have extended.
Colorado Real Estate Commission Continuing Education Division Approved 2 CEU class.
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The "Introduction to Water Damage and Mold" Course is approved for 2 of ASHI® Continuing Education Credits
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Information from a Certified Mold Inspection and Laboratory Sampling will provide you with an approximate scope of work based on facts.