Indoor environmental risk factors are best communicated and documented by independent indoor health specialists.
Establishing specific remediation and cleanliness expectations optimizes resources and promotes a healthy outcome.
Properly identifying damage and restoration options can maximize resource allocation while reducing exposure risks.
Assessment of air-handling and ventilation systems helps reduce the potential for airborne mold, dust, and allergens.
Infrared cameras and moisture meters are used to detect water and humidity sources, pathways, and damage.
Diagnosing crawlspace conditions is the initial step to minimizing moisture damage and microbial-induced health risks.
Scientific interpretation of mold, chemical, and particulate sampling results complement on-site observations.
Interpreting the complex role of air, moisture, and energy within residential and commercial buildings is critical.