Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation (CMDR)

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A CMDR is the State of Texas Clearance Certificate designed to make sure your home and property are clear of mold. It provides a guarantee on remediation project completion and offers homeowners a greater assurance in compliance with the State of Texas laws and regulations. A CMDR can only be signed by the most experienced mold clearance consultants.

If a property owner sells the property, the property owner can provide the buyer a copy of each Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation issued for the property under during the five years preceding the date the property owner sells the property.

The Certificate of Mold Remediation was prepared by the Texas Department of Insurance, and can be found on that agency’s website.

What is the CMDR?

Envirogyn utilizes this form under two different situations, only one of which is governed by the Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules (TMARR). By law, it is required for a licensed mold remediation contractor or company to provide this completed form to the property owner (including residential, commercial and governmental owners), within 10 days of the remediation project stop date. The licensed contractor and the licensed mold assessment consultant, who conducted clearance for the project must sign off on the form.

Another way Envirogyn utilizes this form is prescribed in the Texas Insurance Code. Envirogyn can certify that we have inspected the property and determined that it “does not contain evidence of mold damage.” The bottom section of the form is for this purpose.

How Does Envirogyn Supply This Form to You?

The Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation (PDF) is available on the Texas Department of Insurance website.

Where do I find the "Certificate of Mold Damage Remediation?"

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