Congratulations on taking the first step in addressing your indoor air quality! Many customers ask, what do I need to do before Mold Medics comes to perform the work? Here are the most common things we need from you as well as answers to our most common questions…
1. Entry at the time of job
Please communicate with your indoor environmental professional prior to arrival on how our technicians will be accessing the property.
2. Signing of documents
At this point, you should have received an email requesting your electronic signature on the agreed upon work. Simply follow the instructions within that email to finalize the contract.
3. Perform or have a plan for the “Property Owner Obligations” line item on your estimate/invoice.
On most mold remediation invoices from Mold Medics, there is a line item that lists out responsibilities of the homeowner. Some of these items need to be addressed prior to remediation, and some after. If you have questions regarding the necessity or timing of these items, please contact your indoor environmental professional.
4. Remove or secure sentimental and/or priceless belongings
Our technicians are experts in our field and use their utmost care when moving and cleaning items/surfaces within the home. Unfortunately, accidents can happen and while Mold Medics is licensed, insured and bonded to cover such accidents, some items just aren’t replaceable. Please make sure that items like this are out of the treatment area to mitigate any risk of damage.
5. Secure pets out of the treatment area
At Mold Medics, we love pets! Even though we would love to pet and play with your pets, we want to make sure their safety is ensured. We also want to make sure that our time is spent efficiently to make your indoor environment better than ever, so keeping your furry friends outside of the treatment area prior to and during the scheduled time frame is very helpful!
6. Provide a place for parking and dumpster (if required)
Mold Medics will be bringing in equipment to your home so parking in close proximity to our entrance is a big help! Also, make sure that there is a clear path to get our equipment and technicians to the treatment area.