Mold & Water Damage Assessment/Remediation/Contracting

Turnkey Contracting

          Molds are found almost everywhere, they can grow on virtually any organic substances, as long as moisture is present.  To control mold growth in buildings you must control excess moisture.  Response to a water impact episode is the key to controlling mold growth. Response should be initiated within 24-48 hours.  Water impacted porous building materials must be either dried or discarded.  Under a singlePhiladelphia Water Damage Assessment contract, AET routinely responds to water infiltration episodes and implements proven decision-making protocols which have resulted in significant savings to our clients and continuation of business operations during required remediation activities. 

Emergency Response - Right Answers, proven solutions which will be provided within a 24 hour period include:

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Additional Scope of Services

1.  Comprehensive Mold Investigations

2.  Sampling Protocol/Evaluation - The presence of mold/fungi and bacteria are confirmed by specific sampling:

(a) Bioaerosol Samples are collected utilizing Anderson N-6 Impactors to evaluate air quality.  Samples are collected in each area of concern, a comparative non-concern area and outdoors (preferably near the fresh air intake).  Results of bioaerosol monitoring in the area of concern, non-concern area and outdoors (standard industry practice).  In addition, specific species of bacteria and fungi present will also be reviewed based on their association with water damage, mold amplification, or their enhanced toxicity.

(b) Total Spore Count sampling for non-viable spores are analyzed by microscopic methods.  These spores which can cause adverse health effects are released by mold/fungi which can be present and are not culturable on media plates.  As with viable sampling, samples are typically collected in the area of concern and non-concern area and outdoors.

(c) Mold Identification includes bulk sampling, swab sampling or tape lift sampling of the suspect mold present.  Samples can be cultured (viable) or analyzed by microscopic methods (total).

(d) Interpretation of Sampling Results:  AET's CIH prepare a detailed report to include observed conditions, comparison of testing results, and formal recommendations, as warranted.

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3.  Mold Remediation Scope of Work/Protocols

4.  Mold Remediation Project Oversight

5.  Post-Remediation Assessment/Testing

6.  Litigation, Consultation & Support

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