What did one mushroom say to the other, “Hi, you look like a fun guy”. Mold issues are not funny, but it doesn’t all have to be doom and gloom. That’s the spirit we hope to bring to this blog. My name is Bob Culley. I have been working in the mold industry in Texas for the past 9 years. I hold two licenses in Texas, which is one of a handful of states that license and regulate the mold industry. The first license I received was a Mold Assessment Consultant. A “MAC” is an assessor who can do inspections, take samples, write protocols, and clear remediation projects. The other license I have is a Mold Remediation Contractor, which is pretty much what it says. I can remediate any amount of mold that happens to be involved on any project.
In addition to working in the mold business, I have also been teaching part time at GEBCO in Hurst, Texas since the middle of this year (2016). I teach all sorts of mold classes including mold remediation worker initial, mold assessment consultant initial, and mold remediation contractor initial. The worker is a certification, but the consultant and contractor are actual licenses. All certifications and licenses are good for two years, and renewable. The consultants and contractors must take a refresher course as continuing education before they can get their renewable licenses.
My blog will be about the different situations that our Company, Culley Enviro has encountered in the past nine years. My associates and I have seen a ton of things I would like to share with you. So hang on, it’s going to be quite a ride.