Miami Mold Specialist utilizes indoor air particle counters to assess the air quality in your property without having to send samples to a laboratory. Specifically used for clients with weak immune systems who are highly sensitive when exposed to mold, our air particle counters are a time and cost effective method to use when dealing with contaminated air. In regards to pollutants and bacteria that infiltrate the air, most people focus on the outside air and how it affects our daily lives but what they forget to take into account is how the air inside our home's can truly impact our health and comfort.
An aerosol particle counter works on the principal of either light scattering or light blocking. An aerosol stream is drawn through a chamber with a light source (either Laser Based Light or White Light). When a particle is illuminated by this light beam, it is redirected or absorbed. Light scattered by a single particle in a specific direction in relation to the original direction has a unique signature which relates to the size of the particle. This allows for sizing and counting of individual particles. A particle counter is made up of 4 components:
Light Source (Gas Based Laser, Solid State Laser Diode, High Intensity Light) Photo Detection Electronics Sample Flow System Counting Electronics
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Keep in mind that the specifics of your mold inspection service are determined based upon the specifics of your issue. Various factors are involved in outlining a customized mold remediation plan and your specified treatment process will be provided to you in detail in your Home Mold Inspection Report within two to three business days upon completion of your mold inspection service.
Once the remediation has concluded, a project manager will inform you as to the status of your property and schedule a mold remediation to remove all mold from the affected area, as per client request.
The follow-up will occur when all remediation and final clearance mold testing is complete. A mold removal Clearance Certificate will then be issued to you, upon receipt of the results pertaining to the post-remediation sampling, if you have opted for the testing. Your project manager or direct office administrator will contact you to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have and provide recommendations to avoid future mold issues.