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September 7 - Everett, Washington
Mold Inspection

I am moving into an apartment on or around October 14th and need to have the apartment inspected before I move in, I am allergic to pollens, molds, and a lot of the grasses in the pacific n.w. I really need to know is there anything I can do, and the cost? -Donna


August 5 - Everett, Washington
Mold Inspection

Recently, I had received my automobile back from a collision shop I had doing repairs on it. The same shop has serviced this vehicle about 3 times over the last 2 years (I have not brought it into any other shops). Prior to receiving my car back this last time, about three weeks ago, they had mentioned that they found what was thought at the time to be mold in the trunk. However, after which (probably due to legal liability) they back-tracked and said that they were "not sure", though, they had cleaned it out with bleach. I have come to question the integrity of this shop for many reasons in the last couple of weeks and would appreciate a professionals assistance in trying to determine if there is any potential risk to my family or I. I feel that it is important to note that I have an infant son who routinely rides within my vehicle. Thank you! Regards, Jacob


June 7 - Everett, Washington
Mold Inspection

I think I have black mold in the garage from a roof leak. I may also have mold by the kitchen sink as well as the bathroom. Do you offer free estimate/inspection?


April 11 - Everett, Washington
Mold Inspection

In process of purchasing a home, need inspection for mold. Property is Bank Owned and there is no information as to possible leaks, etc. We only know that last month mold was cleaned from the wall of master bedroom and closet. We currently have Tuesday April 17th scheduled for standard Home Inspection, it would be handy if we could have Mold Inspection at the same time.


April 6 - Everett, Washington
Mold Inspection

I need to get an estimate for some mold remediation and repairs.


March 9 - Everett, Washington
Mold Inspection

Mold Inspection and remedition.


July 28 - Everett, Washington
Mold Inspection

Need a mold inspection ASAP due to tenants sending a lawsuit letter.


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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

Turning Point Consulting

10829 19th Ave SE APT 4b
Everett, WA 98208

Rob Alger-Home Inspection

8320 Rim Dr
Everett, WA 98208

EVERETT CLINIC

3901 HOYT AVE
EVERETT, WA 98201

Business Solutions

1402 Madrona Ave
Everett, WA 98203

Steven & Wanda Willits

14 60th Pl SE
Everett, WA 98203

Inspector Guys Inc


Everett, WA 98201

A To Z Building Inspections


Everett, WA 98203

Workforce Development CN

917 134th St SW Ste B3
Everett, WA 98204

Rain City Flooring Inspection


Everett, WA 98208

Marcheventcom

P.O. BOX 917
Everett, WA 98206

Example Inspection Report involving suspected Mold in Everett

Date of Inspection: April 28th, 2011

General Information

  • The building has recently been constructed and has been occupied since December 12, 2011.
  • Staff complaints of respiratory issues caused the request of an indoor air quality screening.
  • The building is in the application process for LEED silver status, and thus no increased levels of VOC’s are suspected.

Furnace / HVAC

  • The building is equipped with a large commercial HVAC system.
  • Preliminary visual inspection suggests that the cavity above the acoustical tiles is being used as a return plenum.
  • Supply and return grilles are clean and free from excessive dust and debris.

Recommendations

  • Continue maintenance as recommended by the HVAC contractor.

South Provider Office:

  • No increased moisture content noted in tested building materials.
  • No significant visible mold growth observed.
  • FLIR inspection reveals thermal bridging at exterior wall framing, but no associated moisture or condensation issues were observed.
  • No obvious signs of water damage.
  • New industrial carpeting, paint, hand sanitizer, vinyl cove base etc. as suspected sources of VOC’s.
  • Return grill appears to be open to the space above the drop ceiling.
  • RH: 44.1%     Temp: 66.7F     CO2 = 434ppm     CO = 0ppm

North Provider Office:

  • No increased moisture content noted in tested building materials.
  • No significant visible mold growth observed.
  • FLIR inspection reveals thermal bridging at exterior wall framing, but no associated moisture or condensation issues were observed.
  • No obvious signs of water damage.
  • New industrial carpeting, paint, hand sanitizer, vinyl cove base etc. as suspected sources of VOC’s.
  • Return grill appears to be open to the space above the drop ceiling.
  • RH: 38.3%     Temp: 71.1F     CO2 = 426ppm     CO = 0ppm

Example Inspection Report for Mold in Everett, WA

Date of Inspection: may 27th, 2011

Kitchen and Family Room

  • RH: 57%  Temp: 64 deg F.  CO2 = 538 ppm   CO = 0 ppm
  • All flooring was removed from kitchen and family room
  • Small water damage stain was noted on underside of kitchen countertop at corner of sink.
  • Small hole was visible from topside where sink edge did not completely cover the installation hole in the counter.
  • Caulking around kitchen sink was missing.
  • Minor mold stains were present along silicone bead at base of backsplash.
  • Silicone bead at base of backsplash was damaged and should be replaced.
  • Minor mold growth was noted under kitchen sink behind the supply lines to sink.
  • No elevated moisture levels were noted in mold sheetrock.  This appears to have been a previous issue that has since been repaired.
  • No active leaks were present under the kitchen sink at time of inspection.
  • No elevated moisture levels were noted around kitchen garden windows.
  • Ventilation fan over the stove appears to be connected to the exterior.

Recommendations

  • Recommend installing new sealant around the kitchen sink.
  • Recommend installing new caulking along the edge of the backsplash.
  • Environix recommends using Silicone II or any other product that has a milidcide added to it.
  • Recommend scrubbing and encapsulating any visible mold growth found under the kitchen sink with soap and water and an antimicrobial primer/sealer.
  • Recommend running dedicated PVC or copper supply lines to the sink and refrigerator. 

 Master Bath

  • RH: 54%  Temp: 66 deg F.  CO2 = 554 ppm   CO = 0 ppm
  • Ventilation fan in bathroom was noisy and inefficient at removing relative humidity from inside the room.
  • Visible mold growth was observed behind the trim nearest to the shower door.  No elevated moisture levels were noted around area of visible mold growth.
  • Mold growth is likely due to either a leaking shower door or puddled water from getting in and out of the shower.
  • Visible mold stains were present on the sealant around the corners of the shower.  This sealant appears to be poorly installed and is peeling away in several locations.
  • Grout is showing signs of cracking along top of half wall.
  • Minor amounts of moisture were measured around the cracked grout.
  • No other areas of concern were noted.

Recommendations

  • Recommend removal of existing silicone sealant.
  • Regrout all damaged areas of tile.
  • Seal any remaining locations with a Silicone II product or similar.
  • Recommend installing a Panasonic Whisper Green® ventilation fan in bathroom to assist in evacuating the relative humidity from inside the building.  Whisper Green ventilation fans operate consistently at a low volume (30 cfm) and automatically ramp up to a higher volume (80 cfm) when a motion sensor is activated. An integrated timer will maintain the higher volume for a set period of time and then return the fan to the lower operating level until activated again.
  • Recommend cutting out mold damaged sheetrock next to shower door and replace with either a cement board or fiberglass backed sheetrock to help resist moisture.

Hall Bath

  • RH: 51%  Temp: 68 deg F.  CO2 = 592 ppm   CO = 0 ppm
  • Ventilation fan in bathroom was noisy and inefficient at removing relative humidity from inside the room.
  • Elevated moisture levels were noted in the flooring between the tub and toilet.
  • Source of moisture appears to be from a failure to fully close the shower curtain.
  • Laminate flooring shows signs of swelling at joists where moisture was noted.
  • No other areas of concern.

Recommendations

  • Recommend installing a Panasonic Whisper Green® ventilation fan in bathroom to assist in evacuating the relative humidity from inside the building.  Whisper Green ventilation fans operate consistently at a low volume (30 cfm) and automatically ramp up to a higher volume (80 cfm) when a motion sensor is activated. An integrated timer will maintain the higher volume for a set period of time and then return the fan to the lower operating level until activated again.
  • Recommend removal of laminated flooring from bathroom and replace with a linoleum or similarly water resistant flooring.
  • Recommend installing a sliding glass shower door to ensure moisture does not continue to splash and pool in corners.

 Laundry

  • RH: 55%  Temp: 67 deg F.  CO2 = 521 ppm   CO = 0 ppm
  • Dryer vent is partially a vinyl corrugated tube which may restrict the passage of air. 

Recommendations

  • Recommend having all dryer venting be of smooth walled steel and be vented directly out of the roof.
  • Client may also wish to install a Whisper Green ventilation fan in the laundry room to assist in the ventilation of the home.

Bedrooms

  • RH: 55%  Temp: 66 deg F.  CO2 = 575 ppm   CO = 0 ppm
  • No areas of concern were noted.

Recommendations

  • None

Attic

  • All recessed lights were non-IC rated and therefore had all insulation removed away from the lights.
  • Ventilation fan ducts appeared to be vented to the exterior of the house down along the soffits.
  • Attic had a significant amount of contents stored.
  • No visible mold growth was found on the attic sheathing.
  • Insulation was not sufficient to meet R-38 standards.
  • Ventilation of attic space appeared to be sufficient.

Recommendations

  • Recommend building air-tight boxes to surround all recessed lights and install insulation up to and over the boxes.
  • Recommend upgrading insulation of the attic space to meet current standards.

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