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Mold Reporting FAQ
Understanding if your home has a mold issue can provide peace of mind and is necessary in many instances. Part of the mold assessment process is to report on what is found inside the structure, and these reports can be useful in a variety of ways.
Our company is proud to provide mold assessment services for individuals and businesses all across South Florida, and we have an expert team who can quickly and accurately determine if mold is present in any structure. By using our wealth of experience along with state of the art equipment, we can determine the right course of action to completely remove any mold growth from the area.
Part of the service we offer is a detailed report which contains key information on our findings for any job we take on. In the sections to follow, we will discuss a few common questions we get about our mold reporting and the role a mold report can play after an inspection.
What Information Does a Mold Report Contain?
Mold reports contain detailed information which summarizes the technician’s findings about mold activity in your building. When we perform a mold assessment, we determine levels of mold activity by doing a visual inspection, taking samples and sending them for testing and checking key components of the structure. The report sums up all this information and details what was found, the results of the lab results and includes photographic evidence when available. In addition, a mold report will contain the technician’s recommendation on how to remediate the issue and ensure mold is removed completely.
How Long Does it Take to Receive a Mold Report?
Your technician will begin work on the mold report as soon as the inspection is complete and start to evaluate their in-person results immediately. A mold report generally takes about three business days to receive because the samples must be taken to the lab and tested, and then this data is used in the report and to help determine the right course of action for remediation.
Why is Mold Reporting Necessary?
Mold reporting adds a layer of transparency to the entire mold assessment process and helps our team, our clients and the mold remediation company all be on the same page when it comes to taking steps to remediate the mold. In addition, mold reporting is often necessary when the issue is being run through an insurance provider and a client is seeking a payout and/or if legal action could result from the mold issue. In either case, having substantial documentation done by a qualified expert will help you reach the desired outcome.
If you’re in South Florida, including the cities of Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Miami and the surrounding areas, we can provide assessment services to help you understand if mold is growing in your home or business. To learn more, browse our website or give us a call today.