Industry-Standard Mold Removal Guidelines that Actually Make Sense
Clear, simple and practical strategies for safe and effective mold removal
For the last 15 years, Mold Busters has been successfully removing mold from residential environments all over North America and Asia-Pacific. We have tackled some of the scariest mold problems you can imagine and learned a lot along the way.
Now, we’d like to share that knowledge with fellow mold remediation professionals because existing literature on the topic of residential mold removal is just not enough. We’ve outlined simple and straightforward procedures, in compliance with current industry standards, for easy reference on or off the job site.
To be clear, these guidelines are not meant to replace existing protocols for mold remediation. Rather, they aim to enhance current standards by reformulating them in a way that is easier for readers to follow. We have broken them all down to the bare essentials and used our years of professional experience to illustrate how to apply those standards safely and effectively at any job site.
Finally there is a definitive guide for mold removal written by experts who have been working in the field for over a decade. A great supplementary resource for any mold professional and a great way to provide mold remediation training for new employees!
Inside the Residential Mold Removal Guidelines, you will learn about:
- Ethics & Limitations
- The Scope of Work Assessment
- The Containment Process
- The Mold Removal Process
- The Disinfection Process
- The Clearance Process
- Common Asbestos-Containing Materials Found In Homes
- ...and more!
Over 65 pages of information, pictures and practical, industry-proven insights to effective mold remediation. The Residential Mold Removal Guidelines are updated and revised yearly.
Who are these guidelines for?
The Residential Mold Removal Guidelines are written in a style that anyone can understand. They are therefore perfect for, not just mold remediation professionals, but also:
- Homeowners, landlords and property managers
- Indoor environmental professionals
- Mold inspection, testing and remediation companies
- Industrial hygienists, engineers & consultants
- Remediation & abatement workers
- Contractors, eenovators & construction workers
- Educators & health-care professionals
About the author
Charles Leduc is the Chief Operations Officer at Mold Busters.
He is a Certified Professional Inspector, Certified Mold Inspector, and Certified Mold Remediator with nearly a decade of practical field experience. In addition to being responsible for the daily operational procedures implemented at Mold Busters, he is also the lead trainer for all Mold Busters’ inspectors, remediators and customer support staff throughout Canada, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Charles is recognized as an expert court witness in Ontario and Quebec and often provides consultation services for indoor environmental concerns. He organizes mold awareness training seminars, Lunch and Learns, radio interviews and other events in his efforts to educate the public about the harmful effects of mold.
During his time at Mold Busters, Charles has accumulated a wealth of knowledge pertaining to mold that can only be gained through hands-on experience. Thus, these guidelines offer some of the most real and valuable insights available in the industry today.