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If you find mold in your house. A CMC (Council-certified Microbial Consultant) has the field and technical knowledge in microbiology, building science, and general construction to identify and fix your potential mold issues.

To completely understand the effects of moisture and mold in buildings and building materials. You need a professional that is certified and highly-experienced in mold remediation.

Lisa McIntyre is that certified and highly-experienced professional.

Lisa has been designated a Council-certified Microbial Consultant by the American Council for Accredited Certification. A CMC has field and technical knowledge in microbiology, building science, and general construction.

This board-awarded certification recognizes Lisa’s knowledge and at least eight years field experience in microbial sampling. To earn the CMC designation, Lisa passed an examination based on respected industry texts. She was required to demonstrate experience in designing and conducting microbial sampling regimens. And she submitted documented, verifiable field experience in building sciences, microbiology, and microbial risk analysis to a board of peers, earning a unanimous vote of approval.

Maintaining her CMC designation, Lisa stays active in the field and completes 40 hours of professional development activities for two years.

Lisa is listed in the ACAC certificant database at www.acac.org, along with more than 3,000 ACAC certificants around the world. The CMC designation is accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB) and the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), both nationally recognized third-party accreditation bodies.

If you need mold testing, if you suspect black mold in your house, or if you’re looking for guaranteed mold removal, you can count on the expertise of Lisa M. McIntyre – backed by the mold remediation, cleaning, and building services of Dry Effect.

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