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Remediation Protocol Reporting in Raleigh, NC

Property owners and managers dealing with a mold problem typically want to know three things:


1. Do I have mold?     2. If so, how do I solve it?     3. How much will it cost? 



Certified Indoor Air Inc answers the first two questions, but a remediator is needed for the last one.


If it is determined that mold remediation is needed, Certified Indoor Air Inc. works with you to help you find a mold remediation company that follows established protocols. We do not benefit from this service, and it is strictly for the customers benefit only.

As an additional service, we can complete mold remediation protocol reporting in Raleigh, NC, following your mold remediation. You would receive a discount on your verification inspection if Certified Indoor Air Inc. performed your initial mold testing and inspection. This verification consists of visual mold inspection and sample collection that will be tested. The verification will ensure that the remediation company did their job correctly and will determine if all elevated mold levels are within normal, habitable limits.

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology states:

"If you hire a consultant to investigate and identify a problem in a building, that should be all the consultant does. Do not hire a consultant who also provides remediation services. Although most consultants and contractors are honest, some may interpret environmental results to steer you toward their services. "

It is wise to separate the Inspection company from the remediation company to avoid conflicts of interest, and at Certified Indoor Air Inc. we work to keep the remediation company honest.

Property owners and managers dealing with a mold problem typically want to know three things:


1. Do I have mold?     2. If so, how do I solve it?     3. How much will it cost? 



Certified Indoor Air Inc answers the first two questions, but a remediator is needed for the last one.