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September, 2013 – Colorado Flood Series

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In early September of 2013, Colorado was struck by intense rains and flooding. It was a once in a lifetime event (or at least we hope) for most of us who were present and witnessed the events first hand. The National Weather Service sure seems to think so, calling the storm a once-in-a-millennium event. Rains fell almost continuously from September 9th to September 15th, and as a result natural waterways and manmade water control systems were overwhelmed, causing widespread damage. Many parts of the state were affected in varying degrees, but perhaps the most densely populated area affected, and therefore one of the hardest hit was Boulder County, CO.

Boulder just happens to be one of the locations where Mold Inspection Sciences has called home for many years, where I work as one of the Lead Project Managers. The company has been around since 2002, and has been serving the Boulder community for a large part of that time. The owner is actually a current resident of Boulder and graduate of CU. We specialize in coming in as an independent, 3rd party consultant in situations where water and/or mold have impacted homes and businesses. It is our goal to identify if problems exist, if so what caused them, provide proper cleaning and restoration recommendations to address the issues, and then ensure that any necessary cleanup work was performed properly. So, when the September disaster occurred, we were here to help as many CO residents as we could. Because we were on the front lines, we saw the different ways in which people’s home were affected by the moisture, how people dealt with the issues they were confronted with, and what people can expect to see in the long run in regards to homes that were previously affected.

Please stay tuned for the next part in the series in which we will start discussing the different ways in which homes and businesses were affected by the moisture.

Brandon Apple

by Brandon Apple, Mold Inspection Sciences

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February 27, 2014 at 11:42 am

Mold wiki – All About Mold

Mold Inspection Sciences recently released its first wiki.  This will allow us to share valuable information with our clients and all folks on the Internet!

One of the most important sections of the wiki is our section about Mold and your health.  In this section, you can read published, current, peer reviewed documents related to mold and your health; including the various impacts of water damaged buildings to occupants.  I speak to a lot of people that ask me about the symptoms of mold exposure.  The documents posted on this section of our wiki answer that question in great detail.

We also have a section that allows potential clients to download our sample reports.  This way, our potential clients can see exactly what they receive when they engage our company.

Also of interest are some various links to some good resources about mold; including the definitive source for mold information and resources — Planet Mold.

We hope you enjoy our wiki!

Michael Bains

by Michael Bains, President, Mold Inspection Sciences

January 23, 2011 at 11:09 pm 4 comments

Mold Inspection Sciences – Colorado company gets great review on ServiceMagic

Colorado toxic mold inspection company gets great review on ServiceMagic.com

Continue Reading August 23, 2009 at 4:25 am

Mold Inspection Sciences blog launch

Mold Inspection Sciences launches their blog on WordPress!

Continue Reading August 19, 2009 at 3:21 pm


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