Below are the current and updated service codes and services that we offer to our residential clients.
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- RES-111: Mold, Dust, and Air Quality Screening
- RES-351: Water Damage Response / Cleanup Protocol Development
Res111: Mold, Dust, and Air Quality Screening
Residential Mold, Dust, and Air Quality Screening is a service we offer for customers who are unsure about what is going on in their home. Residents may have a gut feeling that something isn’t quite right but can’t put a finger on the exact issue or root cause of concern. If after reading the below description, you feel like you would benefit from a Mold, Dust, and Air Quality Screening, please fill out our contact form or call Richard Lynch directly at (609) 694-4539.
If any of the following statements are true, you may benefit from a Residential Mold and Dust Screening.
- I’m unsure of an odor in my home.
- I have an allergy but I’m not sure if that is causing my discomfort in my home.
- I think I see some visible mold but I am not sure if it is mold.
If you receive a Mold, Dust, and Air Quality Screening, you should expect the following
- Visual inspection of accessible areas through your home for visible signs of mold / dust.
- Air and surface sampling for mold and dust in areas of concerns and comparison areas.
- Air monitoring in areas of your home for temperature, relative humidity, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide.
- Written report detailing findings with lab results.
In addition to the standard expectations, we can also provide
- Moisture mapping of walls if there is a concern of water damaged walls.
- Airborne testing for asbestos.
- Monitoring / testing for Volatile organic compounds, Formaldehyde.
RES351: Water Damage Response / Cleanup Protocol Development
Water damage in homes can present itself in many ways. A roof may leak, a sewage pipe may get backed up, water heaters or washers could fail, basements walls could have water intrusion, sump pumps could stop working, etc. In the event of water damage in your home the first thing we recommend is to stop the introduction of water and start drying your spaces ASAP. If contents and building materials are water damaged for over 48 hours, you are at risk of mold growth and should consider professional remediation. Professional remediation companies often look for guidance on what and how to remediate. That’s where we come in. If after reading the below description, you feel like you would benefit from a Water Damage Response / Cleanup Protocol Development, please fill out our contact form or call Richard Lynch directly at 609) 694-4539.
If any of the following statements are true, you may benefit from a Residential Water Damage Response / Cleanup Protocol Development.
- I’ve had a sudden water damage in my home and I don’t know what to do.
- I have had water damage in the past and now I have a weird odor in parts of my home.
- A remediation company is planning on restoring my water damage but I want a 3rd party to ensure that it is done correctly.
If we are contacted and brought in prior to remediation you should expect the following
- Pre remediation inspection, air / surface testing for mold, moisture mapping, and written report of findings.
- Written Protocol detailing remediation activity to ensure proper cleanup.
- Post remediation inspection, air / surface testing for mold, moisture mapping, and written report of findings.