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Post Mold Remediation Inspection, Los Angeles, CA
This type of Mold Inspection will
help you determine if mold remediation
has been successfully completed. Fun Guy
Inspection & Consulting LLC will come to
your property looking for remaining
areas of mold growth, assess building
moisture conditions and collect airborne
mold spore samples inside and outside
your containment areas.
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Certified Mold Inspector - Post Mold
Benefits - 3rd Party
Independent Inspection, Honest and
Reliable opinions of the mold
FUNGUY Inspections - Mold Remediation TIPs
Post the remediation outlines from Fun Guy
Mold Consulting on the interior of the
workspace. This is your team’s number
one tool and asset during the mold
remediation project. Fun Guy’s Scope of Mold Remediation recommendations are a minimum and approximate
removal of building materials that should be removed based on the mold inspectors visual findings during the
initial mold investigation.
Click here - Mold Remediation Recommendations
Negative Air Machine(s)
After completion of your mold remediation project, and depending on the size of your containment, run your NAMs
(Negative Air Machines) on medium to low.
This is based on the fact that almost every homeowner, renter, or office can not adapt to large fans running at full speed. The most common complaint Fun Guy Mold Inspectors receive from their clients is “The machines are so loud. Can you turn them off?” This practical advice usually makes the mold remediation experience less stressful on the homeowner and makes a client much happier. .
Click on the photo - negative air
Clear vrs White Encapsulant
Under no conditions should a
non-clear encapsulant be applied to the
building materials before your post
remediation mold inspection. This
is a Red Flag to the mold inspector. If
you are trying to seal the building
materials, use a clear coat base Fosters
Click on Photo - view from clear
and white encapsulants
Clean & Free of Dust and Debris
Always take a look at the ground and horizontal ledges within the enclosure for additional debris and/or settled dust. If you start to notice settling that has occurred within minutes of your last wipe down, then FunGuy recommends you allow 20-30 minutes for additional settling to occur and follow up with another remedial wipe down.
Click on photo - visible dust and debris within the mold remediation enclosure
When applicable, during the mold remediation setup, construct a decontamination chamber to allow workers a safe space to work clean. This will allow a safe space for the refuse, mold remedaition equipment and workers to use before entering the occupant living zones.
Click Here - View a Mold Decontamination
Secure the Enclosure and all the edges
Always double check the inside of the wall cavities with a mirror and flashlight. Additional mold maybe on the inside of a wall cavity and sometimes using the flashlight and the mirror are the only way to see additional mold growth. Fun Guy’s mold inspectors will be diligent in looking at the edges and termination cuts made by your mold remediation team. If additional mold growth is observed the inspection will fail and FunGuy will recommend
you continue mold remediation.
Click on Photo - View Mold
Water Damaged Materials
If material appears to be damaged by water, consider removing the materials if it will not compromise the integrity of the building structure. Removing additional materials affected by moisture damage can alleviate possible mold growth concerns during the time of a mold investigation. After thorough inspection of the building materials affected by moisture,
Fun Guy Mold Inspectors will sample the materials to determine if mold growth possibilities exist.
Click on the photo - See Black Mold caused by water damage