Steamatic Best Practices in Mould Remediation

  1. Assignment of water damage project to Steamatic.
  2. Mould discovery while mitigating water-damaged area. Verification if the mould is event-driven or a pre-existing one.
  3. Communicate square meterage to the insurer affected by the mould and repair of the water source.
  4. Cease all work and ask for direction from the stakeholder/s (MIP’s)
  5. If the area is less than 10 square meters, Steamatic will follow the best practices as laid down for mould remediation.
  6. 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.
  7. There is a passage of post-clearance; the client is billed for the mitigation and remediation project.
  8. After remediation is complete, Steamatic will contact the IEP for post clearance testing of the previously affected area.
  9. If Post clearance fails, Steamatic will re-clean the concerned area.
  10. The IEP will perform the assessment and send the samples to the laboratory.
  11. IEP will re-test the affected area; Steamatic passes, and bills the client for the mitigation and remediation project.
  12. Steamatic will perform the remediation to the scope of work for the IEP.
  13. IEP sends the Scope of Work to Steamatic.