Mold is one of the most popular environmental hazards causing concern among residents. In many cases, the process of detecting the mold and treating it could be difficult between tenants and landlords.
For this reason, Miami Mold Specialist has established specific protocols to ensure that we meet the needs of both the tenant and landlord. It is important that, whether you're a tenant or a landlord, you take care of the mold problem you're experiencing in your property before it begins spreading to other areas.
With the help of our highly qualified office staff and professionally trained and licensed technicians, we assure you that the entire process will be facilitated by us, to you.
We can also assure you that you will not find a faster and more affordable treatment process than ours!
Communication is key between a landlord and tenant in order to ensure that certain problems are taken care of in a timely manner.
For this reason, reporting a leak once it has been found is just as important as the time it takes for that leak to be repaired. Leaks are a main ingredient for mold growth.
When moisture is introduced and an organic source is present, mold only needs to find a location where temperatures are kept between 60-80°F to begin growing.
In South Florida, the majority of homes and commercial properties are kept within this temperature range making any property a prime location for mold growth.
In just 24-48 hours, mold will begin growing and impacting not only the air quality in your home but your health as well. When leaks are found they should be repaired immediately to prevent mold growth.
A smart landlord will try to prevent the conditions that lead to the growth of mold -- and tenants should be the landlord's partner in this effort.
This approach requires maintaining the structural integrity of the property (the roof, plumbing, and windows).
The best way to go about it is to make sure responsibilities are established from the get go.
Who is in charge of making repairs?
Will the landlord pay for it or will the tenant take care of the bill and deduct it from the rent payment?
Making these things clear will not only facilitate the entire process but will maintain a stress free landlord-tenant relationship.
Below you will find helpful tips on how to avoid mold growth in your place of residence:
Keeping doors and windows shut to avoid humidity intrusion
Maintaining cleanliness throughout the property
Changing the A/C filter regularly
Reporting necessary repairs
It is important to take care of the property you live in as if it was yours in order to avoid problems like mold growth.
Keeping a strong line of communication with your landlord can facilitate the process.
Below you will find helpful tips on how to avoid mold growth in your property:
Regularly communicate with your tenant
Ensure that you perform maintenance and cleaning on your A/Cs every 5-6 months to prevent air quality contamination
Repair any leak(s) or water damage(s) in a timely manner
Familiarize yourself with your property and make sure to periodically inspect it for necessary repairs
As a landlord, even if you aren't living in this property remember that you still own it!
Following the above mentioned tips is essential in keeping your property in top notch shape.
With the help of your tenant, you can create a positive tenant-landlord relationship where you can fix problems like this easily.
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Mold Inspection Reports: We provide the most comprehensive Mold Inspection Report in the industry using the following methods during your mold inspection, testing, and assessment processes:
After our Florida mold inspection specialist's have completed their entire mold inspection on your home or bui;lding they will take all of the collected data and samples to a 3rd party scientific labortaory to analyze our findings and samples.
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 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 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.