- Water Damage and Intrusions such as Roof Leaks or Plumbing Problems
- Occupant Complaints of Illness from the Home or Building
- Visible Signs of Suspected Mold
- Health Department Inquiries
- Real Estate Disclosure Requirements
- Reports of Musty Odors
- Home Recently Experience Fire Damage
- Unresponsive or Uncooperative Landlords
- Can See Black Colored Mold
- Lease Disputes
- Home Recently Experienced Water Damage
- Do-it-Yourself Mold Test Kits Are Not Reliable
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Visual Assessment of Property
Conducting Sampling Procedures, (if necessary)
Samples sent to an Independent Lab for Analysis
Client and Inspector Receive Lab Results
Inspector Provides Client with Detailed Protocol for Mold Remediation (If Necessary)
Clearance Testing (If Necessary)
Our customers include government facilities, home buyers, home sellers, landlords, tenants, contractors, insurance companies and property management companies just to name a few.
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Early detection is your best defense against avoiding expensive remediation bills, hence having the proper equipment at our disposal is a huge advantage in the fight against mold. You can be assured if there are any places where water is lurking or hiding, we will locate it.
Mold testing and lab reports are used to describe and verify mold spore levels in your home or business. Air sampling is done by comparing one or more samples taken from inside to an outside sample that serves as a control and sets a baseline for what is acceptable. Whenever any visible growth is present, we will recommend that a surface sample is taken.
The owner of Williams Environmental Group, Jerome Williams, has fifteen years of experience in the restoration industry including being Certified in Environmental Assessment, Certified Mold Remediation Tech, Certified in Allergy Abatement, Certified in Water Restoration, Certified in Smoke & Fire Restoration, and A Certified Residential Mold Inspector.
We are not a remediation or treatment company. We have no vested interest in finding mold that would require expensive treatment. We perform professional, industry standard inspections and sampling procedures. We will recommend remediation only when it is really required.
If remediation is required, we will refer you to a qualified professional remediation company that we have personally reviewed. Williams Environmental will write a remediation Scope of Work that will guide the remediation company, so that you will only pay for the treatment you actually need.
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What How can I identify mold in my home?
Mold can often be identified by its appearance and musty odor. Look for discolored patches on walls, ceilings, or other surfaces. Mold can be black, green, brown, or white. Additionally, if you notice a musty or earthy smell, it could be an indication of mold growth. Professional mold testing can also be conducted for accurate identification.
Is mold harmful to my health?
Mold can produce allergens, irritants, and sometimes toxic substances. Prolonged exposure to mold may lead to health issues, especially for individuals with allergies, asthma, or compromised immune systems. Common symptoms include nasal congestion, throat irritation, coughing, wheezing, skin irritation, or eye irritation. It's essential to address mold issues promptly to minimize health risks. If you are experiencing severe health problems related to mold exposure, consult a healthcare professional.
Is there such a thing as black mold?
Yes, "black mold" is a term commonly used to refer to a specific type of mold known as Stachybotrys chartarum. It is also sometimes called "toxic black mold" due to the potential production of mycotoxins. However, it's important to note that not all molds that appear black are necessarily Stachybotrys chartarum, and not all strains of this mold produce mycotoxins.
Stachybotrys chartarum is typically black or dark green in color and thrives in areas with high humidity and prolonged water damage. It is often found on materials with high cellulose content, such as wood, paper, and drywall, especially in damp or water-damaged buildings.
While Stachybotrys chartarum has gained attention for its potential health risks, it's crucial to recognize that many molds can cause health problems, and the color of the mold is not a reliable indicator of toxicity. If you suspect mold in your home, it's recommended to address the issue promptly, regardless of the specific type or color, and seek professional assistance if needed.
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