Foul odors, allergy symptoms, water stains, paint peeling from the walls, leaking plumbing, old roofs: each one of these could be related to hidden moisture issues that create the perfect breeding ground for black molds.
We are a woman-owned family business and we take the safety of our clients very seriously. We inspect homes with mold and allergen concerns to determine if there are airborne allergens present within the home, as well as to create a plan of action to remediate any unsafe environments. We have helped clients through all of the major floods and freezes, including Hurricanes Allison and Harvey, and Winter Storm Uri of 2021. We’ve seen it all and have the experience to know what to look for and where to look for it.
It is important that you understand the problem and the process so that you can make sure that your home and family are safe without spending unnecessary money. We will walk you through the entire process and explain in detail what needs to be done and why. We want to make sure that you have all the correct information to confidently move forward with the inspection process. Click the button below to speak with our staff directly and schedule your inspection and air tests.
Our lab results provide quantifiable data of particles in the air such as mold spores, pollen, pet dander and other allergens.
After testing and visually inspecting your home for any potential hidden mold concerns, we submit our samples to our laboratory. After careful analysis the results are returned back to you within 48 hours.
Yes, we are licensed by the TDLR (Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation) for both Mold Testing AND Mold Remediation.
A CMDR (Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation) is issued after a few criteria have been met:
1. A protocol report must be written by a Texas-licensed mold assessment consultant.
2. A Texas-licensed mold Remediation Company must perform the mold remediation work as outlined in the protocol.
3. Post-remediation testing must be completed after mold remediation is performed by the Texas-licensed mold remediation company.
The simple answer to this question is no. Although we are licensed for both, the state of Texas does not allow companies to perform both a mold inspection and mold remediation on the same property in an effort to protect the consumer (you).