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    HNST Mold Inspections
    My wife and I called John in a panic when mold was discovered in our apartment. He was very kind and explained to us in detail the issues related to the mold that we needed to understand. John also walked us through the mold remediation and testing process. John's knowledge and insight were exceptional; he was also very patient and thorough in answering all of our questions. John is clearly an expert in mold remediation and testing. After our apartment was rid of mold and the tests were done, we followed up with John to understand the results. John was again remarkably thorough and clear in his explanations, translating the results into terms we could comprehend. He was also patient with us as we tried to grasp the potential health effects of the mold. John made us feel like we had an ally in this stressful and difficult situation that was sprung upon us in our apartment. We can't thank John enough for his kindness and help. And we can't stop raving about how intelligent John is and how experienced he is in this area. We highly recommend John for any mold work you need done!
    - Marc K.
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    PuroClean Emergency Restoration Specialists
    Mitch and his team arrived on time. They were also friendly and professional. They took care of the mold remediation. After the work was completed, everything was clean minus some walls and flooring as previously discussed. Puroclean made cleanup from an unfortunate situation run smoothly! If I ever need their services again, I will call Puroclean without hesitation!
    - motyka l.
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    I called OBAR Systems after checking the reviews here on AngiesList and comparing to a list of vendors that the County considers to be legit and knowledgeable. There are companies who make claims and don't do the proper work. OBAR is not one of them.

    After testing my new home for radon, the reading came back at around 9.1 pci/L. If you're looking for a system, you know that 4pc/L is considered "safe" by the EPA. While not the highest level, I'd still rather not have it in my home at all. So I called OBAR. Alex came out and was right on time. He looked at what would be involved and answered the questions I had. As I tend to do research to familiarize myself with things, I felt comfortable with his knowledge. He showed me where the pipe would go inside and where it would exit out the side of the house, looking for the best place to hide the fan unit. He explained that OBAR would come in and install the system, and then an electrician they work with would come in and hook it up. I said ok, let's do it, and he said he'd check back at the office for when they could come out. 

    I don't recall if I was supposed to call them or he was supposed to call me, but after a week, I made the call to the office to follow up. I'm a pretty easygoing guy, so it didn't bother me much. They were very helpful when I called. They didn't have Alex's notes in front of them, but they asked for the quote I received and set a date to come out. Will arrived to install the system and was half an hour early. He went to work and instead of placing the piping exactly where Alex had said it would go, he made use of some dead space in the room and installed the system there. A much better choice.

    The only complaint I might have is that when the system was routed through the crawl space and out the side of the house, it ended up being 4 feet off the ground. Not Will's fault, as the crawl space was not flush with the level of the ground as expected. I hadn't realized it either, so I guess I'll be planted some larger shrubs to hide it. The electrician arrived a few days later, due to him calling the wrong number. I called to follow up on that as well, and they were very helpful in the office.

    All in all, I was pleased using OBAR and would recommend them. The system lowered the pci/l to 1.3, making us feel much better about using the finished basement.

    - Gary G.
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    Great! Joe showed up on time and ready to go. He was very meticulous in his examination of the house. He also took the time to explain things to me as we were going along. His report was extremely thorough, with photos and details, ending in a summary 'punch list' that we found very useful.

    - Stuart C.
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    Poseidon Home Inspections LLC
    My wife and I put a bid on a house and it was eventually accepted. We were told if we wanted a home inspection, we would have to have it performed immediately since we were going on vacation for a week. We looked up Home Inspections within a 10 mile radius of our potential new home on Angie's List and Poseidon Home Inspections was right at the top. The reviews/ratings were glowing. We called up and left a message. Andy Shapley from Poseidon Home Inspections called us back and fit us into his schedule. Andy was extremely friendly and a pleasure to deal with on the phone. He took his time to explain to us what the home inspection entailed and how long it was going to take. As far as first impressions go, I got off the phone feeling very confident in Andy's knowledge and experience. In addition, he seemed like a very nice guy.
    On the day of the inspection, I got there 5 minutes early. Andy was already there walking around the premises. He introduced himself to me and my wife. We went over everything and he answered all of our questions and concerns. It was actually starting to rain when Andy started to inspect the outside of the house. The rain did not deter him one bit. He spent 1 1/2 hours looking at the entire outside of the house as well as all the fencings, landscaping, pathways and stairs. The realtor said he never saw an inspector so thorough. Andy got up on the roof and looked at all the gutters, sky lights and chimneys. He found quite a few things that saved us money. The one thing I really liiked about Andy was that he was not only inspecting, he was educating my wife and I. He took his time to explain everything to us. We really appreciated that.
    Once we got inside, Andy was in every attic, closet and crawl space. He checked every outlet, every window and door. He looked everywhere and found issues that my wife and I never even noticed (and we saw the house 3 times). He checked all the A/C compressors and air handlers. He made sure the heating and all the plumbing worked. He noted the manaufacturing years on the appliances, hot water heaters, compressors, boilers, etc. And this list of work is by no means exhausted. He did so much more that I cannot list everything (or remember). By the time Andy was done, he spent over 5 hours on the home inspection. He was as energetic at the end of the home inspection as he was when he started. He left no stone unturned.
    After he was finished, we received a 65 page report with pictures within 48 hours. We got the radon test back a couple of days after that. Andy Shapley from Poseidon Home Inspections was the consumate professional. The reviews on Angie's list set high expecatations for him and he exceeded them all. We could not recommend Andy enough. We felt very fortunate to find him. You will be hard pressed to find a better home inspector.
    - Phil M.
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    AMPM Environmental Inc.
    AMPM Environmental performed mold remediation services on our home. We bought the house after it had sat empty for 3 years and experienced a flood in its basement which was ignored by the real estate company, property manager and bank that owned the home. As a result, mold that developed in the basement spread through the home.  Before we agreed to purchase it, we had this gentleman inspect it, tell us if it could be saved...and he indicated every confidence that it could.
    This is an interesting company. It is owned by one man who is manic about finding and killing mold. And, he is very good at finding and killing mold. However, he demonstrated, with us, zero people skills and a creative re-interpretation of rules and regulations when rules don't support his needs.
    Our project/home renovation is an FHA 203K job, which means that the FHA - and not the home owner - pays the vendor.  This vendor agreed to these terms: he himself completed and submitted all paperwork to have his company vetted and approved by the FHA for the job. Further, he signed off on all contracts with FHA that clearly define how FHA jobs are paid for their service. (Vendor invests upfront in materials and supplies needed to start the job, and must perform a significant % of work before receiving ANY money, to avoid situations where contractors are given $ up front and then never complete the job...)
    To back up slightly, this vendor was contentious about payment terms even before we got the mortgage. As he was a headache to deal with even before working together, we fired him, knowing that our mortgage (and our HEALTH) are dependent upon the mold remediation being completed. And we started looking for a new vendor.
    Several days later, he called both us AND the FHA back, indicating he would agree to terms of payment and convinced us to re-hire him.  So, thinking we were doing "right" by a local business man (who is not part of a franchise and who came with a recommendation from a friend), we rehired him and he completed all documents with FHA as outlined above. 
    A week before our closing, he called to demand money and insisted that I'd signed his contract stipulating pre-payment percentages, which was not accurate. For the FHA process and our mortgage, I'd signed off on his SCOPE of WORK only but not his fee schedule, and again reminded him that this is not a private job - it is essentially a government one -- and I am not the payer -- that with FHA processes, all payment comes through the FHA representative, so moving forward, any billing matters should be addressed with him, not me.
    He then began aggressive outreach to our FHA guy, who had to also remind him repeatedly (and already had multiple conversations about the payment process before we took him back onto the project) of the terms to which he knowingly agreed.   
    Nonetheless, he threatened to quit before starting -- which, he was keenly aware, would have potentially submarined our mortgage and, at best, put us into a penalty with the foreclosing bank (the seller) to the tune of $500 per day for every day we did not close. He knew it would have taken six weeks to get a new mold remediator in place by the time FHA had vetted him/her and all paperwork had been submitted, and that six weeks would have equalled $20,000 in penalties on us by the bank. So, he leveraged his advantage and began hounding us to start work. He was so aggressive that he even wanted to start work before we had closed, but the FHA inspector told him there was no way he would allow him to start work when we didn't even OWN the house yet. 
    The day after we closed, he showed up and started. And every day he was there, he hounded everyone involved in the project for money. Repeatedly demanding payment, despite over 10 emails back and forth between me, him, our FHA guy, the mortgage guy and my mortgage company headquarters. Plus, numerous conversations were had with him by all of us, reminding him that, per the terms of the FHA agreement  he signed and agreed to, that I do not pay him, that all monies are drawn by the FHA consultant and that his work would need to be performed and then inspected by our FHA representative (per the terms of the contract he signed) before he could get paid anyway.
    Threat after threat to walk off the job.  Nasty email after nasty email.  Menacing voicemail after menacing voicemail, all re-writing history and indicating that both me AND the FHA guy had promised to pay him in advance of the job and agree to his standard contract payment terms.  He even put in writing and left a voicemail for me indicating that he was going to put a lien on my home if I did not show up on the jobsite the next day with cash in hand. (He'd only been working for one week, at this point.)
    Again, we'd never agreed to his terms as, per the very nature of FHA loans, this is not the way payment is structured. This is the creative re-writing of rules that I referenced above.
    Ultimately, he spent two weeks in the house.  He did EXCELLENT, very thorough work, by everyone's account - and it was a big job involving significant demolition as well as remediation of three floors of home (Basement, first floor, second floor, and attic.)
    BOTTOM LINE: If you need him for an FHA  job, look elsewhere.  The aggravation and anger he generates from the aggressive intimidation, threats and bullying are not worth the significant stress he can add to an already very stressful situation. 
    However, if you have ample money in the bank, and can pay him directly and up front, he will do an excellent job.  In short, what made him so tough to deal with  is the same thing that makes him so good at his job -- he doesn't quit until he has his way, in this case, finding and eradicating mold. So, If money isn't a factor in your job (say, an insurance check is ready waiting, or ample savings are available to cover his fee), then he's the right guy to call.  It would seems he just doesn't have the money to front jobs, or the people skills to manage difficult conversations, but that if he is in a comfortable financial situation (rather than having to wait for payment), he will be an asset to your project.
    - Susan W.
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    HNST Mold Inspections
    I highly recommend John for his knowledge and professionalism. I definitely would use him again if the need should arise.
    - Betty M.
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    HNST Mold Inspections
    - Dina C.
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