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DAVHENCO INC has almost 40 years' experience in the inspection, cleaning and restoration industry. We are a certified firm with the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). The IICRC sets the standards for training and certifications for the industry.

During those 40 years in the industry, we have experienced the following:

  • Homeowners, cutting off or disconnecting drying equipment, during a water damage project.

  • Non-authorized personnel entering into a contained area during a mold remediation project.

  • Some people performing mold remediation services and not having the proper equipment to perform the services and, in some cases, not trained and certified to perform the service.

  • Homeowners had mold remediation performed on their home, but never had a third-party clearance inspection.
  • Home buyers bought homes and never did their due diligence prior to buying the home.
  • Financial Institutions requiring clearances for water damage or smoke damage on homes when an insurance claim is involved.
  • The list goes on.


Water Damage Mitigation
Mold Damage Remediation
Odor Control Services

Today when a home or business needs an evaluation/inspection for water damage, mold damage, sewage damage, fire & smoke damage. It's best to have a IICRC Certified Technician to perform these inspections. They are equipped with the knowledge and skills to identify the extent of the damage prior to mitigation or remediation process. They can also provide clearances for mitigation and remediation projects to ensure the work was performed to industry standards.

Note: The IICRC Certified Technician cannot perform any clearances on any projects they performed the mitigation or remediation, this is considered a conflict of interest. 

Water damage mitigation is the process of removing water from a structure. The most crucial time is the first 24 hours. A IICRC Certified Water Restoration Technician is needed for performing these situations. They have the knowledge, skills, and needed equipment to attend to these situations. 

Molds are fungi of more than 100,000 species that break down organic materials in nature such as dead plants, and wood. They reproduce through microscopic spores that are spread through the air, by water and/or insects. In order to grow, mold requires a source of food, moisture, and a suitable temperature. Mold can grow on any surface that is organic or has household dust or soil particles.

Mold is considered a hidden danger.

With the increasing emphasis in consumers education on comfort and on the potential hazards of airborne contaminants, many people are demanding better smelling homes, offices and automobiles. Many of these people are concerned not just about the discomfort of "bad" odors, but also about their health. 

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Why Financial Institutions

are requiring clearances on

homes that suffered

water or smoke damage?

Why is Soot Such a Health Hazard?

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Why is Mold Remediation 

is so Expensive?

Why are vacant and foreclosed homes hiding huge

mold problems?

Dear David,

I just wanted to write and thank you for all of your help with our mold remediation. 

You were so professional and so helpful. We are very grateful. I doubt if you need any references or reviews, but please let me know if I can ever provide either.

Dawn S.


First of all, thank you for the professional job you did getting my house back to square one. It was a pleasure to meet you.

Norma and Debbie

"David is Amazing!! He is very detail oriented and an expert in his field. I utilized his services via long distance and found his communication to be clear. He was very helpful to me during a difficult time. I would heartly recommend David for any of your inspection needs!!"

Forensic Environmental Services of NC, LLC

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