Find out the exact details of what you’ll receive when we send you the mold inspection report. Learn what you need to do if you want to proceed with the cleanup.
By now you probably already know Dryfast will give you a free mold inspection. We’ll visit your home and our mold specialist will work hard to determine if you do have a mold problem and how bad it is. After we’re done it will be time to go away. Do you have any idea what will happen next? There is a process to go through before we can start any work. The first thing you’ll get is a detailed mold inspection report. The content of the report will contain a few different things, so let’s go through them and you won’t get any surprises when your one arrives at your door.
Photos Of The Affected Areas
Yes, I know it’s a complete cliche but a photo is worth a thousand words. A mold inspection report wouldn’t be complete without including as many photos as possible of the affected areas, which hopefully doesn’t turn out to be a lot. Once you’ve been told how much everything will cost the photos will be useful as they’ll show you the exact extent of the damage. If you’re unlucky enough to have mold growing on the frames inside your walls, we can even give you photos from our thermal imaging camera.
Details Of Our Findings
We both know when it comes to mold a photo isn’t really worth a thousand words. So you’ll need a copy of all our findings in detail. You will discover everything our specialist has come across while inspecting your home. Bear in mind that it can sometimes be scary when the damage is severe.
If you use this together with the photos in your mold inspection report, it will help to make clear how we came to a decision when trying to work out the total costs involved. Our experts have so much experience that they’ll find everything wrong with your home.
How To Improve Your Air Quality
If you have mold on the surfaces of your home there is no doubt it will need to be removed. You have to take into consideration the things that might have prevented the outbreak in the first place. For example, if you had an air purifier with a HEPA filter it could have wiped out the mold spores you’ll always have in every room. Removal of these spores will not only improve the air quality in your home, but will also prevent the mold from reappearing in the future. We’ll happily give you the exact details we think you’ll need to improve the air quality in your home.
The Mold Removal Process
Do you even know how to get rid of mold in the first place? You maybe know how to prevent it after reading the articles on the website. Keep in mind that removing the mold is always more complicated. It involves chemical solutions to get rid of the mold, applying protective coating when the mold is gone. You have to think about cleaning the spores from the air and an assortment of other things.
When you receive the report we’ll list out the exact steps we’ll follow. They can’t be written down exactly now as they will always vary from home to home.
All Of The Costs Involved
The mold inspection report would of course not be complete without a breakdown of all your mold associated costs. Once you’ve been given a figure by us you’ll be able to use it with all of the other data in the report. That way you can see if you want to proceed with the mold remediation process. Should you agree to the costs involved we would then step right in and clean up your mold growth immediately. We always have a team ready to work with our customers as soon as they’re happy with everything detailed in the report.
So What Will Happen Next?
The time between the mold inspection and the detailed mold inspection report won’t take too long. We know when someone has a bad case of mold in their home they want it removed as quickly as possible. The sooner it’s done the less chance there is of the mold problem getting even worse. So once you have the report and you’ve carefully read it through the rest is down to you. The first step is letting us carry out the initial inspection. Please get in touch if you suspect there is a mold problem in your home.