Mold Testing And Remediation


Mold Testing And Remediation

We get rid of mold the right way

Mold is a type of fungus that can grow on the walls, floors and ceilings of a structure, as well as on its contents. There is much more to mold removal than meets the eye. IAP has provided expert mold evaluation and remediation services for hundreds of homeowners and commercial buildings. Mold can make you sick, so proper removal is not something to leave to amateurs.

Some people exposed to mold spores can have reactions such as asthma, eye irritation, fever, wheezing, inflammation in the lungs, and Skin rashes
We were the first company in the region to obtain certification for mold remediation.
Our problem-solving expertise means faster solutions to even the toughest mold challenges
We provide turnkey services – from removal of contaminated materials and HVAC system cleaning to environmental controls and structural drying.

Understanding A Typical Mold Project

The following are some general steps to help you understand what is typically involved in mold remediation and removal. These steps are meant as an example. Your IAP representative will determine the proper steps for your specific project and can answer any questions you may have.

Step 1: Preliminary Mold Evaluation
We examine the water intrusion and determine the extent of the mold contamination. We make initial determination for the following:

  • Moisture corrections
  • Type and extent of clean-up
  • Type or extent of treatment
  • Need for more extensive evaluation
  • In some cases, air and/or surface samples to be taken at this phase

Step 2: Extensive Investigation
We determine the extent of the contamination. This can be tricky due to the fact that mold contamination is hidden. This step often involves air and/or surface sampling.

Step 3: Development Of Scope Of Work And Specification For Remediation
Based on the information gathered in the previous steps, a project abatement plan is developed that addresses:

  • Correction of moisture/water intrusion
  • Designation of areas, building materials, etc. that are to removed or cleaned
  • How non-contaminated areas are protected
  • Management of pressure relationships
  • Level of personal safety requirement
  • Contractor experience and credentials
  • Other issues that must be addressed for a successful abatement/remediation project

Step 4: Microbial Abatement/Remediation
We follow the plan as developed in Steps 2 and 3. This work is best performed by an experienced and properly credentialed mold remediation company as IAP.

Step 5: Project Clearance
We perform visual inspection along with sampling and analysis of the space to confirm the success of the abatement/remediation.