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Mold Remediation

Mold Remediation is complicated and Mold Aid ensures that their team of professionals fully understand your project. All remediation teams are provided a scope of work approved by an environmentalist with the following certifications and training. Mold Aid believes, that to meet industry standards these certifications and understandings must be achieved by the specialist that signs off on your project.

WRT- This training covers the complicated principles of water damage restoration, building material science and the ability to save, remove or dry items and building materials. It also covers the psychrometry and the science of drying, the complexities of types of water events and potential for contaminations, safety and health and a full understanding of the (S500 IICRC) standards which is the base training required to understand the mold remediation standards in the (S520 IICRC).

ARMT- This training covers: The Fungal Biology of Indoor Environments, Health Effects From Indoor Exposure to Mold In Water/ Moisture Impacted Buildings, Principles of Mold Remediation, Building and Material Science, Safety and Health, Administrative Procedures, Documentation and Insurance Risk Management, Inspection and Preliminary Determination, Structural Remediation, HVAC Remediation, Contents Remediation, Qualifications of Indoor Environmental Professionals and a full understanding of the (S520 IICRC) standards. This is considered to be the national standard for mold remediation.

CIE- Or Comparable : The Council-certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE) is the most respected certification in the field of indoor environmental investigation. A CIE is certified as knowledgeable and experienced in one or more disciplines related to indoor air quality that include HVAC, building science, microbial issues, lead/asbestos or industrial hygiene/toxicology. The CIE certification is accredited by the Council for Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB), a nationally recognized independent accreditation body. ACAC certifications are the ONLY designations in indoor air quality to earn CESB accreditation.

Home, Building Inspection and Building Science: This training covers: Building construction methods, building envelope, structure, exterior, roofing, plumbing, electric, heating and air conditioning, function of building systems, insulations, foundations, drainage, systems and structural failures and environmental concerns and causes.

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