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June 16 - Lynnwood, Washington
Mold Inspection

Hello... during the home inspection, the inspector found mold in the attic sheathing (affected area 15' x 20'). I'd like to know how much it will cost to remove the mold. Thank you.


February 16 - Lynnwood, Washington
Mold Inspection

Home indoor air quality/mold inspection


February 6 - Lynnwood, Washington
Mold Inspection

I would like to get an estimate for dealing with a mold issue in my father's attic. The home is in Shoreline.


November 5 - Lynnwood, Washington
Mold Inspection

I'm a Real Estate Broker / Owner and I'm looking for a company to refer for mold remediation issues. You were referred to me by Edwin Triggs I'd love to meet with someone to find out more about how your company does business and get some cards so i have some if asked. Thanks! Amy


October 22 - Lynnwood, Washington
Mold Inspection

Someone to test for mold on a house we're considering purchasing. We had a general house inspection done and an interior plumbing leak was found. I want to know if the plumbing leak has caused mold. Need someone to come out tomorrow 10/23 or Wed 10/24 because we only have a 3 day inspection period.


January 16 - Lynnwood, Washington
Mold Inspection

To do a black mold test on our building/check air quality.


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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

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6710 191st St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

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Lynnwood, WA 98037

Starlite Home Inspections


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Longva Enterprises Inc

4424 147th Pl SW
Lynnwood, WA 98037

Advance Safety & Training

1725 206th St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Suzanne C Manly

7014 189th Pl SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Corbank Environmental LLC

23638 29th Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Example Inspection Report for Mold in Lynnwood, WA

Date of Inspection: Aug. 8th, 2011

General Information

  • The home owners had noticed water staining and mold growth on the sheetrock ceiling in the basement hallway.
  • Thorough inspection revealed that a leak had occurred, originating from the refrigerator supply line.

Basement Hallway and Main Room:

  • Increased moisture content was noted in wood flooring along common walls to the basement bathroom.
  • Increased moisture content was noted in the sheetrock along the ceiling near the bathroom and common walls to the bathroom.
  • Increased moisture content was noted in baseboards in affected areas.
  • Visible mold growth and water damage was noted on the ceiling in the hallway immediately outside the basement bathroom.
  • Minor deformation was noted in wood flooring in the affected areas.
  • RH: 62.3%     Temp: 67.1F     CO2 = 460ppm     CO = 0ppm

Recommendations

  • Establish containment.
  • Install HEPA scrubber for negative pressurization throughout the duration of work.
  • Remove affected flooring and any underlay/
  • Remove affected sheetrock, baseboard, and underlying insulation.
  • Clean/treat/encapsulate contaminated framing, sheathing, or subflooring.
  • Install dehumidifier and air movers to dry remaining wet building materials.
  • Perform detailed HEPA vacuuming of the entire contained area.
  • Apply EPA-registered anti-microbial agents to the entire contained area via ultra-low volume fogger.
  • Perform final IAQ sampling.

Basement Bathroom:

  • Increased moisture content was noted in sheetrock on ceiling and the common walls to the hallway, above the door and inside the laundry closet.
  • No significant visible mold growth was observed, but the laundry closet could not be fully visualized during the inspection.

Recommendations

  • Establish containment.
  • Install HEPA scrubber for negative pressurization throughout the duration of work.
  • Disconnect and remove laundry appliances.
  • Remove affected sheetrock, baseboard, and underlying insulation.
  • Clean/treat/encapsulate contaminated framing, sheathing, or subflooring.
  • Install dehumidifier and air movers to dry remaining wet building materials.
  • Perform detailed HEPA vacuuming of the entire contained area.
  • Apply EPA-registered anti-microbial agents to the entire contained area via ultra-low volume fogger.
  • Perform final IAQ sampling.

Kitchen:

  • Obvious leak from the refrigerator supply line was noted, the valve was turned off by inspector.
  • Obvious water staining and deformation was noted in the hardwood flooring below the refrigerator.
  • No increased moisture content or other signs of water damage were noted around other plumbed fixtures.
  • Increased moisture content was not noted in areas associated with cabinetry or flooring beyond refrigerator area, but final determination of water damage in these areas cannot be made until remediation has begun.
  • RH: 59.3%     Temp: 68.2F     CO2 = 436ppm     CO = 0ppm

Recommendations

  • Establish containment.
  • Install HEPA scrubber for negative pressurization throughout the duration of work.
  • Remove affected flooring and any underlay below refrigerator only.
  • Remove affected sheetrock, baseboard, and underlying insulation from behind refrigerator only.
  • Make final assessment to determine if mold growth or water damage has spread beyond refrigerator area to affect cabinetry or visible hardwood flooring.
  • Clean/treat/encapsulate contaminated framing, sheathing, or subflooring.
  • Install dehumidifier and air movers to dry remaining wet building materials.
  • Perform detailed HEPA vacuuming of the entire contained area.
  • Apply EPA-registered anti-microbial agents to the entire contained area via ultra-low volume fogger.
  • Perform final IAQ sampling.

Master Bedroom Closet:

  • Increased moisture content was noted in sheetrock immediately common to the kitchen.
  • Water damage and mold growth were noted in the tack strip and subflooring immediately common to the kitchen.
  • No other areas of concern were noted.

Recommendations

  • Establish containment.
  • Install HEPA scrubber for negative pressurization throughout the duration of work.
  • Pull back carpeting and save for reinstallation.
  • Remove any affected carpet pad and underlay.
  • Remove affected sheetrock, baseboard, and underlying insulation from common wall to kitchen and common wall to bathtub.
  • Clean/treat/encapsulate contaminated framing, sheathing, or subflooring.
  • Install dehumidifier and air movers to dry remaining wet building materials.
  • Perform detailed HEPA vacuuming of the entire contained area.
  • Apply EPA-registered anti-microbial agents to the entire contained area via ultra-low volume fogger.
  • Perform final IAQ sampling.

Master Bathroom:

  • No increased moisture content noted in tested building materials.
  • No significant visible mold growth observed.
  • No suspicious temperature differentials noted on inspection with FLIR.
  • No obvious signs of water damage.

Recommendations

  • Cavity behind the tub will be inspected for damage once sheetrock in the master bedroom closet has been removed.