Steamatic Best Practices in Mould Remediation
Posted 7 months ago in Mould Remediation
- Assignment of water damage project to Steamatic.
- Mould discovery while mitigating water-damaged area. Verification if the mould is event-driven or a pre-existing one.
- Communicate square meterage to the insurer affected by the mould and repair of the water source.
- Cease all work and ask for direction from the stakeholder/s (MIP’s)
- If the area is less than 10 square meters, Steamatic will follow the best practices as laid down for mould remediation.
- If the visible mould growth is less than 10 square meters in a contiguous area, an environmental professional is needed for assessing the scope of the work.
- There is a passage of post-clearance; the client is billed for the mitigation and remediation project.
- After remediation is complete, Steamatic will contact the IEP for post clearance testing of the previously affected area.
- If Post clearance fails, Steamatic will re-clean the concerned area.
- The IEP will perform the assessment and send the samples to the laboratory.
- IEP will re-test the affected area; Steamatic passes, and bills the client for the mitigation and remediation project.
- Steamatic will perform the remediation to the scope of work for the IEP.
- IEP sends the Scope of Work to Steamatic.