Miami Mold Specialist: What Should You Look for in a Mold Remediation Company?

Miami, FL, December 28, 2018 --( Excessive indoor mold development can not only ruin your home, but threaten your health and your family’s health altogether. If you have discovered an indoor mold issue in your home then you are probably researching what to do next. Dealing with a mold problem can be a stressful task, especially if you are unfamiliar to the process; but that’s why you have Miami Mold Specialist to call on. At Miami Mold Specialist with over 2 decades of excellence in environmental consulting and mold remediation; their trained and certified remediation experts equipped with their very own exclusive patented technologies are more than capable to safely and effectively target and neutralize even the most discerning assignments.

Do You Need to Hire a Mold Professional?

When it comes to mold, safety should be the priority. If you see mold, or even the indication of mold and you’ve called upon Miami Mold Specialist to assess or even inspect the issue for confirmation; you need to remove it immediately, plain and simple. All mold must be removed and done so in the same manner regardless of the type of molds identified from testing including black mold. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification outlines five basic principles of all successful mold removal and mold remediation projects:

· Make sure safety and health precautions are taken by cleanup professionals and occupants: Mold-contaminated buildings can be associated with a number of health problems. Anyone involved in the mold remediation process must be protected from exposure through a combination of practices and controls.
· A post-cleanup assessment by an independent environmental expert: An effective mold remediation cannot be developed without first determining the extent of the contamination to be removed. To ensure that remediation work is being properly performed, it is highly recommended that appropriate documentation of the remediation process be kept by project management
· Control the mold before it spreads further: Eliminating mold at the source of contamination is essential. Once mold spores spread through the air, it will be much more difficult to capture.
· Oversee the proper physical removal of the mold: The mold must be physically removed from the structure. Attempts to isolate mold or remove signs of mold on the surface are not adequate. Note that bleach alone cannot kill mold.
· Ensure that moisture is controlled to limit future contamination or recontamination: Mold growth is virtually inevitable if moisture is not controlled. Moisture problems must be identified, located and corrected or controlled as soon as possible.

If, at any point, cleanup seems overwhelming, you should contact a professional. Excessive mold develop in large areas of your home should really be left to the professionals.

As mold grows at a rapid pace with the ability to spread throughout your entire home, office or business within 48-72 hours of water damage or condensation, rapid response is integral to prevent and avoid both progressive and aggressive mold growth. The team at Miami Mold Specialist provides you with the best mold assessment / inspection and remediation services period.

Like other service industries, a poorly executed inspection and/or removal, in this case, mold remediation can affect you and your family’s health and cause expensive property damage. A reputable mold removal and mold testing professional will have the necessary tools, skills and knowledge to safely and effectively address your mold problems.

While it is important to hire a professional, please keep in mind that you need to hire a reputable and highly accredited professional that you can trust to get the job done right the first time.

Miami Mold Specialist is a Proud Member of the Following Organizations:
· U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
· American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
· National Association of Environmentally Responsible Mold Contractors (NAERMC)
· The National Association of Mold Professionals (NAMP)
· Florida Association of Mold Professionals (FAMP)
· Indoor Air Quality Association, Inc

With accreditations such as, but not limited to the following:
· Department of Business & Professional Regulation
· Certified Mold Remediator
· Certified Mold Assessor
· Certified Remediation Technologist
· Certified Mold Hygienist
· Certified Green Mold Remediation Contractor
· Certified Green Indoor Air Quality Specialist
Miami Mold Specialist
Moty Katz
786.453.2148 / 888.34.MOLD911
Fax: 305.647.6027