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To Do or Not To Do your own Mold Remediation

11/21/2021 (Permalink)

Sometimes material has to be removed to see the real damage by mold


Recently we received a call from a potential client inquiring about mold remediation, at his home, specifically mold beneath their kitchen sink.

After a few minutes of discussion, we were told the reason for the call was that a service provider was to replace a garbage disposal unit below the sink but declined doing so as there was mold present.

We explained that this was not unusual for services or trades usually will not do any work in areas where there is an active mold situation for health and safety reasons.

After further discussion we were told that the client performed his own remediation but the service provider wanted a Clearance Certificate.

Again, we explained the guidelines we follow require the same documentation before the remediation is considered acceptable for completion of the work.

The potential client was very gracious and thanked us for our time and information a said they would get back with us.

Our message is its probably a good idea to speak with a trained professional before moving forward with some tasks to avoid any misunderstanding about the nature and scope pf the event.

Visit http://www.SERVPROnorcomiraloma.com for more information on mold.

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