Mold Assessment Consultant Services
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NOTE: After Hurricane Harvey, Gov. Abbott issued a disaster declaration along with a waiver procedure for unlicensed and out of state mold remediation companies. This will impact how you will receive the Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation for insurance purposes. Click the link below for more information. Please call us if you have questions.
Do you suspect that your house has mold from Hurricane Harvey or from another type of water damage? Do you or will you need a Texas Department of Insurance Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation for work that was done by a licensed or unlicensed mold remediation contractor?
Do not delay. Give Castle Home Inspections a call at (361) 878-LOOK (5665).
Mold is organic, naturally occurring, and is all around us. However, inside the
Typical Mold inspection and remediation process:
- Initial inspection with a possible combination of indoor and outdoor air samples, swab samples, and tape samples. A written report from Castle Home Inspections along with the lab analysis is then created for you.
If mold is present AND remediation is recommended or required,
- A Mold Remediation Plan and a Mold Remediation Protocol is written that will describe the type of remediation procedures to be used along with
post remediationclearance criteria. You will then needchoose a licensed mold contractor of your choosing.
After the mold is removed but BEFORE the
- Final inspection with air sample testing with written report and lab analysis. If results are satisfactory and meet the clearance criteria, a Texas Department of Insurance Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation is issued from the mold remediation contractor and Castle Home Inspections as the mold assessment consultant.