CERTIFICATIONS & QUALIFICATIONS
NEW YORK MOLD ASSESSORS INC STATE QUALIFICATIONS
NEW YORK MOLD ASSESSORS QUALIFICATIONS
ALL CERTIFICATIONS ARE SUPPORTED BY YEARS OF HANDS ON EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD OF RESTORATION & REMEDIATION ON THE INSURANCE RESTORATION INDUSTRY WORKING WITH THE WELL KNOW INSURANCE RESTORATION CONTRACTORS AS VENDORS FOR MITIGATION , RESTORATION AND RECONSTRUCTION SERVICES AFTER DISASTER RESTORATION EVENTS. ALL DOCUMENTED BY IMAGES AND VIDEOS IN THE FIELD. THE MOST IMPORTANT TOOLS TO EVALUATE AND RESOLVE ANY MOLD INDOOR RELATED ISSUES IS EXPERIENCE.
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Hiring a qualified mold assessors or remediation contractor in homes typically is not required and generally is not covered by homeowners insurance, but this varies by state and insurer, so be sure to check your policy. In any case, hiring a well-trained, professional mold remediation contractor usually is safer and more effective than a do-it-yourself approach because of the use of specialized equipment and industry protocols.
When conducting assessments or remediation cleanup, you should follow safety precautions carefully to reduce exposure to mold. These include the use of protective clothing, an appropriate respirator, eye protection and procedures that minimize the release and spread of mold spores.
Check with your state or local government’s contractor licensing, registration or certification agency to see if there are specific provisions for mold remediation contractors. In states that license mold remediation contractors, there typically are certain educational and insurance requirements that the contractor must meet. Where this is not the case, look for professional mold remediation professionals certified by organizations such as The (IICRC) the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification.
A mold assessor or remediation professional should follow procedures of a nationally recognized industry protocol and use specialized equipment. “Recommended Steps for Mold Cleanup in Flooded Homes” is included to provide you with an awareness of basic recommended remediation steps and restoration suggestions to help you achieve as safe and effective a remediation job as you can secure.
MOLD CONTAMINATION LEVELS
Level 1 (10 sq. ft. or less): remediation usually involves cleaning and salvaging non-porous materials with a detergent solution and removing non-salvageable contaminated porous materials.
Level 2 (10–30 sq. ft.): same steps as Level 1, plus covering working areas in plastic and tape before remediation and using a High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter before restoration begins.
Levels 3 (30–100 sq. ft.) and 4 (over 100 sq. ft.): involve specialized techniques for removing hazardous materials.
Level 5: used for contaminated HVAC systems.
NEW YORK MOLD ASSESSORS INC CERTIFICATES & LICENSE