From today…not really a need for a description. But repair cost will be ridiculous, not even including the mold remediation that will have to take place. This is an empty builders foreclosure, there is a finished stairwell that leads to the basement which was very ***furry ***with spores.
I did 2 mold inspections today on forclosures that the bank just sold. I do these on a regular basis for an out of state environmental company.
Damn, that’s just a complete demo job there. What a shame.
Did you tell them they have Mold—:D—:-&
Or did they want tests to confirm—:lol:
Flashing issue Brian?------:lol:
That, or they left a little Mexican behind the brick veneer - it’s hot so I imagine he’d be sweatin’ a bit. :mrgreen: :shock:
I do this at the request of the banks selling the property. I work as a sub-contractor for a national environmental remediation. They probably charge the bank 3 times what I get. They then hire a local remediation contractor to remove the mold. I just do the initial inspection.
I take 4 air samples(10 minutes each) 10-12 photos and overnight the samples to their lab. Air sample cassettes and overnight shipping cost me about $50. I charge them $300. So that is about $250 for 1 hours work. No report to write. Did 2 today and they were 10 minutes apart from each other. ;)
Way to go brother—!!—
Be nice to do them all day long everyday—
Flashing and diagonal bracing…among others…
Now imagine the damage on the houses that this builder has built that can not be seen. :shock: