Post-Remediation Mold Clearance Testing

If you are positive that mold problem exists, have identified the source, understand how far it has spread, and have a restoration company you can trust, you might choose to forgo an inspection. As long as the above are true, this is no problem. However, Keystone recommends that a post-remediation clearance test be performed inside the containment work area. Conducing a mold test ensures that the indoor air quality has returned to normal conditions and the contractor performed the work properly.

If you choose not to perform a clearance test you will not have proof that the remediation work was performed adequately.

 

Keystone can ensure that the work was done correctly.