Florida Mold Licensing
Our Technicians Are Fully Licensed by the State
In the state of Florida a person—not a company—can be licensed to assess or remediate mold. When hiring a mold remediator, always check to ensure the technicians’ licenses are active. The company where the individual with the license is employed should have all applicable insurances to perform mold work in the state.
These insurances include:
- Workers' compensation
- Liability coverage
- Pollution liability
- Auto liability
- Umbrella insurance
If you are a consumer or business hiring any company to either assess, test, or remediate mold, it is in your best interests to ask to see all of the above documentation.
The Difference between Mold Certification & Mold Licensing
Many individuals claim to be “mold certified.” This is far different from being licensed to remediate or assess mold. A certification can typically be achieved in a classroom and even sometimes on a computer or in an online course. True state licensing is a combination of training and years of experience, accompanied by strict background checking.
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