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Environmental Site Assessments

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General

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We offer the following services:

  • Mold Solutions

    • Inspection​

    • Sample Collection

    • Public Adjuster

    • Mitigation & Remediation

    • Reconstruction

  • Environmental Site Assessments​

  • Lake Inspections

  • Tree Surveys

  • Wildlife Studies

For more detailed information, click here.

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We have been in business since January 2008. We’re excited to be celebrating our 15th year in business!

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Our normal hours of operation are:

Monday                8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Tuesday               8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Wednesday       8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Thursday             8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Friday                     8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday              9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Sunday                 Closed

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Our primary service areas include Palm Beach County, Broward County, and Martin County.

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We have several decades of experience with mold testing, inspections, and remediation, and a combined 75 years of construction experience in South Florida. Our staff has been certified through the Department of Professional Regulation since 1990. Our team works closely with a Property Damage Claims Professional who has over 20 years in construction and insurance restoration – LIC. #’s W571241, CGC1516872, MRSA1803, MRSR2183.

We work only with contractors who are fully licensed and certified for whatever service we are providing. License numbers will always be available prior to any work starting.

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Our clients include the following:

  • You!

  • Public utilities, such as FPL

  • Private golf courses

  • Homeowner’s associations

  • Real estate agents

  • Private homeowners

  • Land architects

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Yes! We are excited to share the latest environmental updates to keep you posted. Click here to visit our blog.

 

If you have any comments or suggestions about what types of blogs you would like to see posted, please let us know.

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Our company was founded by Pauline Irene Stacey in 2008. Brought up in Massachusetts, Ms. Stacey moved to New York City at the age of 18 and then to Palm Beach County, Florida in 1982. After starting to explore natural Florida through her many nature trips, walks, hikes, etc. and her interest in wildlife photography grew, she realized just how precious South Florida’s environment is.

As a single parent, Pauline financed her own education. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management at Florida Atlantic University and later went on to earn her master’s degree in Environmental Management.

With a deep passion for the South Florida Everglades ecosystem and knowledge acquired from other positions in the environmental field, Pauline decided it was time to put that Environmental MBA degree to work to help her community stay in compliance with new environmental laws and regulations constantly established. Pauline quickly realized through her previous environmental positions the need for clear, easy-to-understand communication with her clients about all of the new and existing laws and regulations.

 

With her passion concerning environmental issues and her sharp mind for business, she designed an environmental consultant organization focused on efficiency and innovation that provides easy-to-understand solutions and is good for both business and the environment.

Pauline has been active for several years in environmental advocacy through her nonprofit environmental work and is passionate about water issues. She frequently interacts with local, state, and national legislators promoting a healthy America’s Everglades ecosystem.

Pauline has worked closely with the Everglades Coalition for 14 years and is currently serving her second term as a board member and Conference Coordinator.  She has also been extensively involved with the Friends of Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge (Boynton Beach, FL), both as a board member and the Representative Voting Delegate for the Everglades Coalition.

​You can connect with Pauline on LinkedIn by clicking here.

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Our President/CEO, Pauline Irene Stacey, and other team members have been active for several years in environmental advocacy. Through our nonprofit environmental work and passion for water issues, we frequently interact with local, state, and national legislators to promote a healthy ecosystem for America’s Everglades.

Pauline has worked closely with the Everglades Coalition for 14 years and is currently serving her second term as a board member and Conference Coordinator. She has also been extensively involved with the Friends of Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife in Boynton Beach, Florida, both as a board member and the Representative Voting Delegate for the Everglades Coalition.

 

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Please click here to view our website’s Terms & Conditions.

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Our Services

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Because it can be difficult to determine if you have mold growing in your home/building since it is not always visible, and what type of mold you have and exactly how dangerous it is until you have it tested, it is recommended to have a professional perform an inspection. There are basic guidelines that an honest company should follow during mold testing/inspection.

A complete and thorough mold test/inspection should include sampling using all methods/instruments. Click here for our blog on this topic.

A mold inspection involves:

  1. Checking for visible signs of mold

  2. Taking physical samples for lab testing

  3. Collecting air samples (inside and outside)

  4. Identifying the source of mold

  5. Determining how much remediation is necessary, all dependent on the site inspection and lab results

Mold is an incredibly complicated topic, but we aim to keep it as simple as possible for you. Please click here to learn more about how we can resolve your mold issues.

From smelling something odd to feeling sick, there are many different signs that can indicate that you might have mold in your house.

  1. You visibly see mold spores

  2. If feels like you have a lingering cold or are battling flu-like symptoms

  3. You notice a bit of a musty or damp smell

  4. You have recently been getting more nosebleeds

  5. Your home has a history of flooding

  6. You get frequent headaches that seem to keep getting worse

  7. You are struggling with breathing or having some respiratory issues

  8. There are places in the house where water or moisture tends to collect

 

If you’re noticing any of these signs, please contact us immediately! Mold can have adverse effects on both your home and your health.

 

For more information about recognizing these signs, click here.

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Yes! If the homeowner’s insurance settlement is not enough to cover the costs of the remediation and repairs, we will fight for you to get a greater payout. Through our Public Adjusters, we can determine the full extent of damages and be sure that you receive every dime to which you are entitled.

A Public Adjuster is a state-licensed professional who is expertly familiar with industry laws, regulations, and market trends for both the insurance industry and the construction industry. They negotiate directly with your insurance company to recover the most money possible. It is virtually a STRESS-FREE experience on your part.

 

With no out-of-pocket or up-front costs, they prepare and settle your property damage claim on your behalf for a moderate fee of no more than 20% (regulated by the Florida Division of Insurance Agent and Agency Services) of the additional funds that they recover for your total loss. Click here for some of our real client claim examples.

Click here to check out our blog post for an easy-to-understand article about Public Adjusters!

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An environmental site assessment is a comprehensive review of a particular parcel of land related to its environmental conditions for the purposes of recording and listing all of the plants, trees, wetland areas, and animals located on the parcel.

The purpose is to educate the landowner/future landowner of regulated or protected species on the parcel in which environmental rules, laws, or regulations may protect a particular species of plant, tree, or animal that is federally or state protected.

For more detailed information about environmental site assessments, please click here.

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Generally speaking, HOA’s that have lakes in their developments, golf course water managers, and in certain situations private landowners who have lakes on their property or want to excavate for a lake.

For more detailed information about lake inspections, please click here.

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Tree surveys may be created to stay in compliance with city codes regarding the development of a property. Many trees are protected by state and local regulations due to their current status, including those on an endangered species list.

In certain situations, government-protected trees will not be allowed to be removed or you will be required to pay a fee to cover the cost of planting new trees (mitigation) to replace them to stay in compliance with state and local government laws and regulations.

Tree surveys may be designed depending on the ultimate purpose of the inventory for homeowners, land use planners, project managers, land developers, and contractors.

For more detailed information about tree surveys, please click here.

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Wildlife studies are usually conducted by old people who go out to night clubs and people’s homes who are having a party to take notes on how to have fun!

 

Please stay tuned as we continue to develop this service for you.

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Help & Support

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We want to make contacting us as easy as possible!

You may contact us by calling, emailing, or even texting!

Click here to visit our Contact Us page for more information.

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Yes, we do! You may message us using the green “Let’s Chat” tab on the bottom right of your screen (mobile users can click the green circle with the chat bubble).

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You can contact our President/CEO, Pauline Irene Stacey, through the following:

Click here to visit our Contact Us page for more information.

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Please click here to visit our Contact Us page to connect with us.

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