Do you have wet or moist areas in your home or business?  Have you or your employees had continuous itchy eyes, skin irritation, runny nose, cough, or fever-like symptoms?  If so, call us today for a mold assessment.  Mold is common in both outdoor and indoor environments.  In many instances mold cannot be seen and may be hiding behind walls or other areas of a structure.  It is important to have a Certified Mold Inspector (CMI) perform a thorough assessment of the structure and identify the types of mold that may be in your home or work space.
Powell Environmental will provide a Certified Mold Inspector (CMI) to assess the areas of concern for potential or visible  mold.  We can then identify the types of mold that may be present in your home or business, and provide a report outlining the results.  A mold assessment includes a thorough inspection of the structure to determine wet or moist areas in which mold may be present. Sampling methods for mold include surface samples, air samples, bulk samples, and in some cases water samples.  All mold inspections are conducted under the guildelines outlined by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and all samples are sent to an Accredited AIHA laboratory.
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Asbestos has been used in all types of building materials from the early 1900s into the late 1990s. If your residence or business was built or remodeled before the late 90s and you are planning a remodel, demolition, or suspect there is asbestos containing materials, please contact us today for a free quote. It is always better to be safe!
Powell Environmental provides a Licensed Asbestos Inspector to conduct an assessment of your residence or business.  An asbestos assessment includes a thorough inspection of the structure or area(s) of concern, sampling of the suspect material, and a report outlining the amount of asbestos contained in the material. All asbestos inspections are performed by an Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) trained inspector and licensed through the State.  
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