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May 26 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

I'm just buying a house, and I want to have an inspection about mold and asbestos, and remove them if necessary. I want to schedule the inspection between 05/17~05/30. Could you email me or call me if we can make an appointment and also let me know the price please. Thanks! -Chao


February 4 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

Hi, We are noticing dark spots on the wall in our basement at two places. I would like you to come and check out what it is and if it is mold. Also check the indoor air quality. One of Bathrooms routinely gets a dark spots at the ceiling. Not sure it is due to external or due to steam condensation. Please give us a call and schedule an appointment. Thanks Sudhakar


December 31 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

Mold inspection


October 2 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

Complimentary estimate on mold remediation.


September 2 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

Mold inspection air quality vents I just moved into rental home suspect mold issues Would like a call and estimate for Tri level home over 30 yrs old 2100 sq ft Smells musty especially in kitchen under sink areas cupboards and lower level of home I need to run by landlords as well Thanks Joanne foreman


June 30 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

I need mold inspection and an estimate of the costs to fix the problem on a house that I'm currently in escrow on. Thanks to deadlines of the purchase agreement, I need these no later than Weds, arguably Thurs if I argue that Weds is a holiday. :-/ The house is in Redmond. Thanks! Kelly


June 28 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

We are requesting an estimate for mold removal/remediation in an attic. The mold was identified during a home inspection.


May 1 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

Mold inspection. When my fiance stays at my house she complains about shortness of breath the next day. Is this a sign of mold being in my house?


April 4 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

Mold inspection


March 1 - Bellevue, Washington
Mold Inspection

My client has a small 1 bdrm rental condo in the factoria area - just off I-405 & 520. We believe there may be some small mold problems in the bedroom and living room at the windows. Need mold remediation treatment.


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Environix Seattle

12303 8th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98125

Environix Certified Provider

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Our principles have always remained the same:  Provide the absolute best consulting and remediation services for indoor environmental issues.  For information on our asbestos services, check out our new site. For other services visit our parent site at www.schatzmold.com.

Recent Mold Inspection & Remediation Clients Include:

  • US Coast Guard
  • UW Medicine
  • McChord Air Force Base
  • Port of Seattle
  • University of Puget Sound

Historical Air Quality Data for Bellevue, Washington

Data type Trend sites 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 All sites active in 2009 2009 using all sites
AQI > 100
PM2.5*
8 17 11 13 5 3 6 6 8 3 8 53 10
AQI > 100† 10 17 12 13 10 4 6 10 9 7 8 120 14
O3 2 .057 .057 .061 .071 .067 .057 .075 .061 .061 .064
PM2.5 4 11.9 10.7 10.5 9.8 10.3 10.3 9.2 8.8 8.5 8.9
* Number of days with Air Quality Index values greater than 100 at trend sites: PM2.5 only
† Number of days with Air Quality Index values greater than 100 at trend sites

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Bellevue, WA 98008

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Bellevue, WA 98009

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Bellevue, WA 98006

Materials Education Associates

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Bellevue, WA 98004

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Bellevue, WA 98006

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Bellevue, WA 98004

Example of Inspection Report for Mold in Bellvue, WA

Date of Inspection: Jan 26th, 2012

Mold Growth:

  • Inspection of attic revealed moderate to heavy mold growth throughout significant areas of attic sheathing.  At this time, the mold growth has not lead to significant structural damage of the underlying materials. However, the mold growth is an indication of a failure of the home to adequately exhaust damp air created by the occupants. 

Moisture:

  • Elevated moisture noted throughout significant portions of the attic sheathing.  It is necessary to thoroughly dry the framing and sheathing prior to the application of encapsulant.
  • Moisture is due to excessive amounts of humidity entering the attic space and condensing on the cold attic sheathing. 

Leaks:

  • No obvious roof leaks were observed on inspection of the attic.  Environix is not a professional roofing contractor and cannot guarantee the condition of any roofing structure.

Insulation:

  • Insulation shows no signs of significant water damage, or mold growth.  Spores may be present in the insulation, and it can be removed at the customer’s request, but once the recommended steps are performed the spores are unlikely to negatively impact indoor air quality.
  • Insulation is insufficient to meet current standards, it is recommended that attics be insulated to a level of R-38 where possible to prevent unnecessary heat loss.
  • Client discussed the option of removing the existing insulation to install spray foam on the ceiling lid.  While this will limit some of the relative humidity entering the attic space, spray foaming the lid will not change the dew point of the condensing surface (attic sheathing). 
  • Installation of the spray foam insulation on the attic sheathing (rather than the ceiling lid) will do several things:
  • It will raise the temperature of the attic sheathing, which in turn will change the dew point (or temperature at which condensation occurs). 
  • It will seal the surface and act as an encapsulant, removing the need to perform further mold remediation to the attic sheathing.
  • It will cover over any staining left on the attic sheathing from the mold growth.
  • It will also add additional insulating properties to the attic space to prevent heat loss from occurring.

Ventilation:

  • Insufficient soffit ventilation throughout the attic. This limits the influx of fresh air through the soffit vents, leading to excess condensation and mold growth.  It is recommended that any blocked soffit vents be cleared and all soffit venting be protected by the appropriate baffling.
  • It is also necessary to install additional soffit vents around the exterior of the home to allow for additional airflow.
  • Proper ventilation is necessary to minimize condensation and subsequent mold growth.  All areas of elevated moisture or improper ventilation must be addressed to ensure the effectiveness of our process.  Current code calls for 1sqft of ventilation for every 300 square feet of attic space, distributed evenly between the ridge and soffit area. 

Air Seal:

  • The ceiling currently lacks proper air sealing, allowing excess moisture and heat to escape into the attic area.  This air leakage is a key cause of energy loss, attic condensation and mold growth. 

Ducting:

  • The exhaust ducting from the bathroom fan, whole house fan and/or kitchen range exhaust hood is not appropriately venting to the exterior.  This condition allows warm moist air to flow into the attic and is likely a contributing factor in condensation.  It is necessary for all exhaust ducting to vent completely to the exterior through insulated ducting and be connected to a dedicated roof jack with appropriately sized collar.

Other Contamination:

  • No immediate evidence of past or present rodent infestation was noted.

Trash and debris:

  • The attic is currently free from excessive amounts of trash and construction debris.

Additional Notes:

  • Access in attic space is very minimal and greatly restricts the application of any treatment or upgrades to the attic space. 
  • To adequately treat and prevent future mold growth, it may be necessary to drop significant portions of ceiling to access sections of attic sheathing.  

Example of Inspection Report for Mold in Bellevue, WA

Date of Inspection: Feb. 21st, 2012

Mold Growth:

  • Inspection of attic revealed minor amounts of mold growth throughout significant areas of attic sheathing.  At this time, the mold growth has not lead to significant structural damage of the underlying materials. However, the mold growth may be an indication of a failure of the home to adequately exhaust damp air created by the occupants. 

Moisture:

  • At the time of inspection no increased moisture content was noted in the framing or sheathing, but the mold growth suggests that moisture content is likely increased at specific times of the year.

Leaks:

  • No obvious roof leaks were observed on inspection of the attic.  Environix is not a professional roofing contractor and cannot guarantee the condition of any roofing structure.

Insulation:

  • Insulation shows no signs of significant water damage, or mold growth.  Spores may be present in the insulation, and it can be removed at the customer’s request, but once the recommended steps are performed the spores are unlikely to negatively impact indoor air quality.

Ventilation:

  • Current amount of ridge and soffit ventilation is adequate to exhaust normal amounts of humidity.
  • Existing soffit ventilation blocked by improperly installed insulation.  This limits the influx of fresh air through the soffit vents, leading to excess condensation and mold growth.  It is recommended that blocked soffit vents be cleared and all soffit venting be protected by the appropriate baffling.
  • Proper ventilation is necessary to minimize condensation and subsequent mold growth.  All areas of elevated moisture or improper ventilation must be addressed to ensure the effectiveness of our process.  Current code calls for 1sqft of ventilation for every 300 square feet of attic space, distributed evenly between the ridge and soffit area. 

Recommendations:

  • Recommend using a high powered fan to blow blocking insulation up from the soffit areas.
  • If this is not possible, it may be necessary to install a powered gable end vent to draw moist air out of the attic space.       

Air Seal:

  • The ceiling currently lacks proper air sealing, which can allow excess moisture and heat to escape into the attic area.  This air leakage is a key cause of energy loss, attic condensation and mold growth. 

Ducting:

  • None noted

Other Contamination:

  • No evidence of past or present rodent infestation was noted.

Trash and debris:

  • The attic is currently free from excessive amounts of trash and construction debris.

Miscellanious:

  • Due to the low pitch of the roof, access to the attic space is severely limited.
  • With the addition of blown-in fiberglass insulation, the actual free airspace is limited to less than 12 inches.