COVID-19 Company Statement and Safety Protocol

 

At H2H Indoor Air Solutions and House2Home Inspections, we value the safety of our Clients and Inspectors, Agents and others who may be onsite during an inspection. We want to assure you that during these times of uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 virus, we are taking all possible precautions, and have implemented the Safety Protocol below for all our Inspectors.

 

Upon arriving onsite, Inspectors will:

 

  1. Practice social distancing at all times keeping a minimum of six feet from others and review our Safety Protocol with anyone at the location.
  2. Wear a face mask before entering the property and throughout the inspection.
  3. Sanitize hands upon entering the property and immediately put on gloves.
  4. Be cognizant during the inspection of any surfaces touched, and will sanitize those surfaces prior to leaving the property.

Upon concluding the inspection, Inspectors will remove from the property all gloves, wipes, and any other materials used during the inspection.

 

Please let us know if anyone who will be present for an inspection has experienced fever or respiratory symptoms, traveled out of the country, tested positive for (or been exposed to someone who has tested positive for) COVID-19 in the past two weeks, as the safety of our Clients, Inspectors and others is our first priority.

 

We thank you for your business and wish good health to you and those you love!

 


Professional, Compassionate, Discreet

 

Homeowners/Renters

Home Buyers/Sellers/Owners

If you are looking to buy or sell your home you must disclose if your home has or had a mold problem. The links below will give you access to those disclosures.

If you are homeowner and think you have a mold problem then you should first consult your insurance company to see if you have mold coverage. Most mold coverages are for $10,000 and cover items that have been affected by mold. It is important to remember if the mold was caused by a lack of maintenance and not a event chances are the insurance company will deny your claim. Typical events that cause mold problems are leaking roofs, plumbing problems or HVAC issues.

If the event that caused the problem is not resolved and you have immediate issues with your house or condo you need to contact a water remediation specialist immediately to stop the problem.

If the problem has been contained and you notice what you think is mold call a Mold assessor to assess the level of damage.

If you are not sure what is causing the problem please review our forensic section of this web site. It is our job to figure out the cause and  how bad the problem is.

See Mold Assessment Report

Renters

Unfortunately there is no law currently in the State of Florida that protects renters. The state of Washington has recently put in place such a law to protect renters for mold issues but not Florida.