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Mold Assessment & Clearance Inspections

People suspect mold issues when they see unusual staining, smell odors or when they experience chronic health symptoms. POWERS ENVIRONMENTAL LLC provides expert, independent mold assessments of your home, institution or workplace.


Our mold assessment includes a thorough visual inspection, use of thermal imaging and moisture meter technologies, and indoor air quality sampling to measure levels of airborne mold spores compared to an outside sample.


Having a licensed mold assessor perform an inspection is required before a mold remediation contractor can begin work in New York State. Though this step is not mandated in Connecticut or New Jersey, it is still to your benefit to have an inspection performed by a certified mold assessor. This serves a valuable purpose by having an independent determination of the extent of the problem. When a mold remediation contractor determines the extent of what needs to be done, this becomes a conflict of interest for them. We provide a written report of the situation and use our experience to determine the cause of the problem and what is needed to remediate it. Importantly, we provide guidance on how to avoid future mold problems.


At the end of the remediation process, it is important to have a clearance inspection performed. This serves as a quality check of the remediation work area. A visual inspection is performed and air quality samples are taken to confirm that the remediator has sufficiently cleaned the indoor air of excessive mold spore contamination.


Corporate Member of the IAQA (Indoor Air Quality Association)


CMI – Certified Mold Inspector with MICRO (Mold Inspection Consulting & Remediation Organization)

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