Indoor mold problems can lead to an array of adverse health effects, especially in children and the elderly. If you suspect there might be mold inside your home or office, contact Environmental Compliance Associates, LLC.
We offer mold inspection services in Morrisville, VT. We have degreed and board-certified professionals who can assess your indoor air quality needs. You may have mold if:
We work hard to make the process as simple as possible for you. We will assess your home to determine the severity of the issue and plan mold remediation services to mitigate the problem. The affected areas will be mapped out so that contractors will know where to clean.
Contact Environmental Compliance Associates now to test your home's air quality with a mold inspection in Morrisville, VT.
Mold problems in the indoor environment can lead to many adverse health effects, especially in children, the elderly, or those whom have compromised immune systems. Due to increases in harsh weather patterns (i.e. excess rainfall, humidity, flooding, etc.), and the improvement of construction technology (tighter buildings), there is a growing need for mold professionals who can offer the experience and expert advice to help you find long term solutions to your problems. ECA is staffed with degreed and board-certified professionals to help you with your indoor air quality needs. We provide in-house analysis of mold samples collected in the field. Our analysts are trained in fungal spore identification through McCrone Research Institute in Chicago, Illinois.
Mold Remediation Contractors - ECA is fully equipped to provide third-part post-remediation visual inspections and air sampling to ensure that mold remediation has been conducted successfully and the areas are safe to reoccupy. Our analysts can provide on-site field analysis for no extra charge. Rather than waiting days for results while your equipment is tied up on job sites, get on-site clearances so you can tear down immediately.
Also, protect yourself! Liability in mold remediation is a growing concern among contractors today.