Understanding the Health Risks of Mold Exposure: Follow These Simple Steps for Removal and Relaxation

Licensed Mold Assessor: What It Takes to Be One

Certification vs. License

Curious of what it takes to be a licensed mold assessor? Perhaps, you have wondered what the difference between being certified and licensed is. To become a certified mold tester or inspector, one needs to take an exam after an 8 to 10-hour study section over the computer. Mostly, this is a non-proctored exam, and there are no experience requirements. As soon as you have your basic equipment, you can start practicing mold testing. In some cases, mold companies send out home inspectors to do their work without having a mold inspection certificate. Companies can do this because licensing is not necessary in the Memphis area (Tennessee, Mississippi & Arkansas).

On the other hand, to become a licensed Mold Inspector and Testing person (assessor), you must pass a comprehensive list of requirements, including a very difficult state proctored examination. This exam requires months of studying and numerous reference books to purchase and review. You will submit to a thorough background check such as a felony check, pending court judgments and a federal fingerprint check. There are numerous education requirements, including a two-year associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree in combination with experience requirements in the mold inspector or remediation field of one to four years, depending on your level of education. You must also have completed courses in water, mold, and respiratory protection. College courses will include a minimum of 30 semester hours of science, microbiology, architecture, engineering, or industrial hygiene. Ultimately, you are required to carry several million dollars in liability/errors and omission insurance and take a certain amount of CEU’s (continuing education units) per year. As a final step, you are required to pay the state for the right to call yourself a licensed mold assessor.

Why Choose A Licensed Mold Assessor Memphis Mold Inspector?

Memphis Mold Inspector offers exceptional mold inspection and testing services to protect you and your home. Being the ONLY Licensed Mold Assessor in the Mid-South, you can hire us with confidence. We inspect an area within a 100-mile radius around Memphis, TN, including Germantown, Collierville, Lakeland, Arlington, Bartlett, Millington, Olive Branch MS, Piperton, and more. We also extend our services to the area around Pickwick Lake and Counts, TN, as well as Oxford, MS. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

“I am extremely pleased that I called Memphis Mold Inspector. Stan Moser is very knowledgeable and truly cares about the Indoor Air Quality Industry and his clients. Stan gives detailed explanations of both the testing procedures and the solutions to any mold issues you may be facing. I trusted him to help resolve my specific issues, and he delivered. Thanks so much for a positive and professional experience.” – Satisfied Client

Stan Moser is a Licensed Mold Assessor, as well as a Licensed Mold Remediator (non-practicing). Memphis Mold Inspector has gone the extra mile to show each client that they are getting the best possible mold inspection available in Memphis. The Remediator license was added in case a protocol for mold remediation would be necessary after your test results are returned. It includes a special section on protocol writing in the remediation education requirements.

Our confidence in Stan Moser, Memphis Mold Inspector, is very high, and we trust him as he definitely looks out for your best interest. Thank you once again, Stan!

Air Purifiers for Mold and Other Pathogens

In addition to inspection and testing services, Memphis Mold Inspector carries some of the best air purifiers available that treat airborne and surface pathogens, such as mold, mildew, bacteria, viruses, odors, VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds), and mycotoxins. Unlike passive systems like HEPA or UVC which require the air to enter the system, our air purifiers attack all pathogens in the air around them. PCO (Photo Catalytic Oxidation) and award-winning MCI (Multi Cluster Ionization) technologies ensure your indoor air quality and provide a healthier living space for you and your family.

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