Mold Assessment and mold remediation from Restore Dry are two effective techniques used when dealing with mold infestation in a home or building. RestoreDry is based in Hollywood, and services Broward County, Miami-Dade County, and Palm Beach County. We started our business in 2014, and we are licensed and insured to provide you with excellent services at a competitive rate. The cost of mold remediation and assessment varies depending on the size of the home or building.
Mold Assessment is a multi-step process that helps our team to identify what, if any, mold exists in your home or building and the severity of its infestation. With an assessment our team can locate the mold and the cause for the growth. An assessment includes a visual inspection, air quality testing, and physical inspection. Sources of mold growth usually include moisture and food sources.
We are fully licensed, insured, and Florida State Certified Microbial Consultants and Remediators. Our assessments include all types of properties including but not limited to: Homes, Offices, Warehouses, Retail Stores, Buildings, Industrial Facilities, Schools, Medical Facilities, Condo Associations, House of Worship and More.
Our service areas include: Miami-Dade County, Broward County and Palm Beach County of South Florida.
A mold assessment is very important especially if you plan on buying a home or building. Since mold is invisible it is difficult to locate in the building, which is why an assessment is so critical. Even an unoccupied dwelling can have a mold infestation, especially in the warmer and more humid areas. Mortgage companies and banks require mold inspections in most counties and states, which is another reason why it is important to get one done.
Mold assessments are highly recommended by our team at RestoreDry. Assessments are important since Florida residents use the AC almost all year-long, as well as plumbing age and property drainage. There are various sampling tools to determine the presence of any Mold, Type of Species and Count Levels, which is analyzed by a credible laboratory such as the ones we use like EMSL www.emsl.com and AEML www.aemlinc.com and interpreted by the licensed Mold Assessor.
Sample analysis should follow analytical methods recommended by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), or other professional organizations.”
You can also obtain more information from the EPA at https://www.epa.gov/mold/mold-testing-or-sampling
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