Mold Services
Moisture Services

I have over 20 years experience in mold and moisture investigations.  Nothing beats real experience!!!!!!!!!!  I am the one who comes out for the mold consultation.  I do not send anyone else out.

Credentials are important:

  • State Licensed "Mold Assessment Consultant" (MAC0273)
  • Texas Registered "Professional Engineer" (PE58122)
  • Certified Safety Professional
  • Certified Thermographer
  • Expert Witness For Mold in Travis County Courtrooms

I have conducted over 10,000 mold samplings over the past 20 years.

  • Ambient air spore traps -10 minute sample - spore concentration.
  • Wall and ceiling cavity spore traps -2 minute sample - trapped mold.
  • Surface samples taken on adhesive slide.
  • Particle counter - size and number of partices in air.
  • VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) testing-instant readout with ppbRae

I can evaluate your individual situation and provide you with alternatives to address your mold/moisture issues.

  • Mold Consultations (Economical method to determine your alternatives).
  • Mold Inspections (Is there really mold? How bad is it?).
  • Mold Assessments (More comprehensive than inspections).
  • Mold Sampling (Ambient air, wall cavity air, surface, bulk, etc.).
  • Digital camera image and Infrared Camera image documentation.
  • Full documentation to archive your damages.

I perform documentation (photo, infrared, air/surface sampling, protocols, clearance) to meet your individual objectives.  Why spend extra money for items you don't really need?  Free estimates.

I have 20+ years of past experience in the following areas:

  • Commercial
  • Office
  • Residential
  • Apartment (tenant and landlord)
  • Condo
  • School (public and private)
  • Governmental (Federal, State, County, City)
  • Builders
  • Landlords
  • Property Managers
  • Medical Facilities

What are the pros and cons of a homeowner performing mold remediation themselves? FREE PHONE CONSULTATION TO DISCUSS.

  • Can you perform the work without endangering yourself?
  • Can you perform the work without endangering other occupants?
  • Can you tell what is mold and what is not mold?
  • Can you find the hidden mold?
  • Will you make the problem worse?
  • What about a mold certificate? Do I need one?

State Mold Regulations went into effect in 2005.  These regulations mandate the use of State Licensed Mold Assessment Consultants (MAC) to assess/test potential mold affected areas, document a Mold Remediation PROTOCOL, and conduct clearance testing to issue a Mold Certificate.  These regulations also mandate the use of a State Licensed Mold Remediation Contractor (MRC) to physically remove the mold in accordance to the PROTOCOL developed by the MAC.  The MRC cannot remove any building materials that are not in the PROTOCOL.  The State regulations prohibit the  MAC and MRC being the same person or from the same company on the same job.  The above requlations are REQUIRED when the mold affected area is greater than 25 (including a 2' "buffer" cutout around the perimeter) contiguous square feet.  If the mold  contaminated area is less than 25 contiguous square feet, then the mold regulations do not apply.  HOWEVER, BE AWARE THAT CROSS CONTAMINATION OF THE HOME CAN OCCUR WHEN THERE IS LESS THAN 25 SQUARE FEET.

To view the Mold Regulations at the State website, go to:  http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/mold/rules.shtm  and select download preferences.

If a TDI "Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation" is desired (for example in a real estate transaction), then the mold regulations must be followed regardless of the square footage of the contaminated area.  Call me for an explanation of the TWO types of legal use of the mold certificate.  To download a copy of the mold certificate, go to: http://www.tdi.state.tx.us/forms/pcpersonal/pc326mdr1.pdf

It is strongly recommended that the two page "Consumer Information Sheet" be downloaded from the above website.  The Texas Mold Remediation Rules can also be downloaded from this website: http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/mold/forms.shtm#info

Additional information may be found at the State Department of Health Services website at http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/mold/

For "Frequently Asked Mold Questions" go to our sister site:  www.FreeMoldAdvice.com