Farmer Environmental Group performed an emergency abatement in a building in Rockport, Texas, after water damage occurred from a toilet overflowing. In the picture, you can see the drying process with drilled vent holes in the wall.
Our team of licensed professionals conducted an asbestos assessment and abatement in a vacant building in Houston, Texas.
Following Hurricane Laura’s aftermath, our team traveled to Lake Charles to do extensive environmental testing near Louisiana’s southwestern border.
Farmer Environmental Group’s Houston location received a complaint of a water leak in a commercial building break-room. Our licensed team of professionals identified a mold concern that will require remediation during our assessment.
Asbestos Inspection at Mall February 22, 2017 Farmer Environmental Group inspected a clothing store in a mall located in Waco, Texas for asbestos-containing building materials. The purpose of the inspection was to determine locations and quantities of asbestos-containing products at the site, determine the impact these materials will have on scheduled renovation, and assist the client in […]
Projects Clean-Up from Severe Flooding in Louisiana After the severe flooding last week in Louisiana, Farmer Environmental Group was dispatched to the Baton Rouge area in order to assess the amount of damage that several medical offices sustained. As much as 24-48 inches of water had flooded the medical offices. Upon arrival to the Sites, […]
Projects Thermal Investigation at Surgical Center Farmer utilized a Flir (E5) IR camera to conducted a thermal investigation of a surgical center that was impacted by a water intrusion from a busted water main. Farmer’s use of the thermal imaging camera along with verification using a pin moisture meter allowed for the client to remove […]
Projects Asbestos Abatement Completion Asbestos Abatement Completion: After the Farmer Environmental Group State Accredited Air Monitoring Specialist has completed a final visual inspection of the containment, which consists of verifying that all the asbestos containing material to be impacted has been removed, there is no dust or debris left in containment and this is checked […]
Projects Lead & Asbestos Inspection in Houston Farmer Environmental Group has successfully completed a lead-based paint inspection and an asbestos-containing materials survey of three buildings in Downtown Houston. The three buildings which totaled 115,000 square feet were built from 1914 to 1950 and are planned for demolition. The inspections included interior and exterior suspect materials.
Blog LEED IAQ Survey Farmer Environmental Group has successfully completed a New Construction LEED IAQ survey of a commercial building in Central Texas. The purpose of the New Construction IAQ Management Plan is to prevent indoor air quality problems resulting from the construction process in order to sustain the comfort and well-being of the building […]