Mold can appear as a result of a sustained water/moisture problem. The severity of mold is very underestimated and MUST be treated.
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Eco Restoration & Construction is licensed by the State of Florida as a Mold Remediator. ERC stays current with all State licensing requirements with our insurance and continuous education courses. We remediate following the Protocol and Recommendations by a Certified Mold Assessor firm licensed by the State of Florida pursuant to the provisions of the ANSI/IICRC S520-2015.
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Tips for an effective Remediation
A good rule of thumb when encountering mold growth. By eliminating as many of the three mold growth factors as possible, reproduction and spreading of the mold growth is decreased. We at ERC follow all current rules, regulations, and Standards of Practice set forth by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) S-500 and S-520.
Bleach is comprised of more than 95% water, and while it may bleach spores, it does not remove them effectively. When the chlorine outgasses, the remaining water spawns spore re- growth. Mold must be completely removed by a series of procedures as outlined by the IICRC.
ALL STATE LICENSED MOLD INSPECTORS ARE ALIKE
Not all mold inspectors are licensed and insured per state regulations. A real mold inspector has undergone weeks of training and examinations in order to receive their credentials, so remember to ask for proof. It’s imperative to hire experts trained in mold sampling that are capable of analyzing and interpreting results.The next time you hire a mold specialist be sure to ask for an in-depth written protocol per State regulations.