Biological Load Testing in Colorado

Water Damage Restoration & Biological Load Testing

Why do we test for Biological Load?

IICRC Standards and Federal OSHA Laws require restoration & construction companies to assess job site hazard, including microscopic contamination, in the air and on surfaces, for the protection of both workers and occupants.

You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Unless microscopic hazards are identified, the restoration company can’t effectively remediate.

Is it Truly a Category 1, 2, or 3?

Eliminate the debate with scientific data to back up your insurance claim.

When water damage occurs from a clean water source, the loss is not automatically a “Category 1 loss.” IICRC Standards dictate structural conditions can and will impact the category.

Testing is necessary to determine the scope of the biological contamination. This scientific evidence eliminates the debate and argument with insurance adjusters on the true category of the loss. Without testing, everyone is just guessing. Our ground-breaking technology provides the most comprehensive testing available today. The data allows for correct categorization of the damage (Cat. 1, 2, 3).

Our Category Delineation testing measures the surface and airborne biological load to determine the true category of the loss and how far the contamination has spread. This applies to every job including Cat. 1, 2, or 3 and Fire Losses.

We Serve all of Colorado, with Technicians in Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, and Boulder.