DAVHENCO INC. / 110 Hall Street, Jonesville, N.C. 28642 / 336-835-7393 / dave@davhenco.com
Serving North Carolina and Virginia Since 1985
Mitigation & Remediation Service
Preserving Your Investment
IICRC Certified firms have earned the right to display the  IICRC
logo as a symbol of quality. In order to achieve IICRC -certified
status, firms must meet a rigorous list of standards in business
ethics and expertise.
All IICRC Certified Firms must:
  • Present accurate information to consumers and conduct
    business honestly and integrity.
  • Require a technician on all jobs who has been formally
    trained and passed all required tests.
  • Require a continuing education program to keep technicians
    up-to-date on the latest changes in the industry.
  • Maintain general liability, pollution liability and professional
    liability insurance to protect all parties in an event of an
  • Maintain a written complaint policy and agree to Better
    Business Bureau or similar arbitration to resolve disputes,
    and accept the conclusions and recommendations of
Mold problems can pose serious health risks and can greatly
devalue a property. Your NAMRI inspector will identify visible
areas of microbial growth, water damage, and potential problems
that can affect the home or business

The inspector will perform a knowledgeable mold inspection, along
with client-approved mold sampling using national standards of
practice, providing vital information that you
need to know. Your
NAMRI inspector will always put your interests first, treating each
inspection with honestly, integrity, and complete confidentiality.

Mold is identified through surface and air sampling which is sent to
a mycology laboratory for testing. However, mold identification
does not provide information about possible exposure to mold, or
the risk of health effects from mold. A certified industrial hygienist
(CIH) or a certified residential mold inspector (CRMI) is qualified
to inspect a home for the presence of visible mold, and to collect
samples for mold.
Why  NAMRI-Certified Inspectors?
Why an IICRC-Certified Firm?