Elite Mold Services

Elite Mold Services, Inc. has been proudly serving the Orlando & Central Florida area providing reliable mold information and advice for the community. We have provided environmental testing since 2006. Our inspectors are State-Licensed Mold Assessors with the State of Florida. The President of Elite Mold Services is a Council-Certified Microbial Investigator (CMI) with the American Council of Accredited Certifications or the ACAC*.

We have performed mold assessments, inspections & testing on residential, commercial & industrial buildings. We have tested apartments, condominiums, houses, schools, office buildings, government office spaces & city malls. We are very familiar with the Orlando & Central Florida area and the building practices that can often be the cause of mold growth. We also believe in providing accurate information about mold, how it grows and the proper way to test & remediate microbial growth.

Many companies are charging heavily inflated prices for any work dealing with mold. We believe in fair pricing for the work that will be performed. We would be happy to review any competitor's bids and provide our prices for the mold related service.

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Our Qualifications and Certifications

State-Certified Mold Assessor - Florida License: #MRSA57

Council-Certified Microbial Investigator (CMI) - ACAC*

Certified Mold Assessor (CMA) - Environmental Solutions (E.S.A)

Certified Mold Inspector (CMI) - Environmental Solutions (E.S.A)

Certified Mold Inspector - International Association of Certified Indoor Air Quality Consultants

Licensed WDO (wood destroying organism) Inspector - State of Florida

Certified Radon Technician (R-1722) - State of Florida

Register Profession Inspector (RPI-0698) - Florida Association of building Inspectors (FABI)

Certified Residential Inspector - International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI)

Member of the Indoor Air Quality Association - (member #18726)

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*The ACAC offers the only third-party designations dedicated to the field of indoor air quality. Though its board-awarded designations meet all these requirements and more, the same cannot be said of many other professional certification programs. Other organizations allow office staffers to grant certification in exchange for payment of fees and passing a simple examination based on a mandatory course with limited information. Field experience is rarely required, much less verified. As a result, "instant certifications" from such organizations are nearly worthless when challenged in court.