I just took the initial mold inspection class and already the vultures…I mean vendors are circling. About 12 hours after I got home, I got a call from someone wanting to sell me mold software. I was busy at the time and asked her to email me the info on it. I never received the email, so I have no idea what company it is.
I started thinking, which occasionally happens believe it or not, and wondered if I need software. The way I understood the instructor, I take the samples and send them to the lab. They test it and write a report which I give to the client. If the client has questions, they call the lab. The only thing I can think of to write is a cover letter to attach to the lab’s report.
I figure that if software was needed, ProLab would try to sell it to me. They have everything else in their catalog. They even have electrical testers in there. The only environmental hazard you can detect with those is darkness. I can do that just by opening my eyes once in a while. Anyway, I can’t think of a use for software specific to mold at this point in my education. Can you?