Overview & Benefits
Obtaining a Mold Remediator License in Louisiana
If you’ve landed on this page, chances are you have thought about launching your own mold remediation or assessment business—and we want to congratulate you! The Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors (LSLBC) regulates and licenses Mold Remediation Professionals.
New Mold Assessor/Remediator license applicants are required to complete '24 hours of approved mold remediation and mold assessment training.' This training program fulfills the training requirement for new applicants. The course combines damage restoration protocols & mold remediation industry standards in a comprehensive training course.
Contractor Training Center has researched these industry protocols, standards, and publications and has prepared its own private industry certification, the Contractor Training Center Louisiana Mold Remediation and Assessment 24-Hour Training Course. This comprehensive 24-hour training course builds upon a contractors existing knowledge within the construction industry and explains the industry protocols needed to perform mold remediation for structures and contents, cleaning & containment procedures, safety protocols, and PPE used in different remediation situations, and providing the background and science behind mold growth including the prevention of cross-contamination and avoiding additional mold growth.
The Benefits of Having a Mold Remediator License in Louisiana
There are many benefits to holding a Mold Remediator License in Louisiana, including giving your business more credibility, staying in compliance with government regulations, and increasing your business's earning potential allowing you to perform more types of services.
Contractor Training Center can both help you obtain the necessary preliminary training as well as help you apply for your Mold Remediator license in Louisiana with our Application Fulfillment and Review Services.
It's The Law
Construction laws are different in every state, but in Louisiana, you must hold a Mold Remediator's license to perform any Mold-Related work valued over $1.
If you perform work without a license, you risk subjecting yourself to fines and even criminal charges. In Louisiana, performing work as an unlicensed contractor can result in being charged with a misdemeanor, and penalties can be up to $500/day for each day the violation occurred or up to 3 months in prison.
Gives You A Higher Earning Potential
In Louisiana, any Mold Remediation project over $1 in labor and material costs requires a licensed professional. Unless you are performing the work on your own home or building that you own, a license is necessary to perform any mold-related services.
Mold Remediation projects commonly cost thousands of dollars, and can easily go into the tens of thousands. Adding Mold-Related Services to your business's offerings will give you a higher earning potential by opening up a new market and new projects to you and your team.
Not holding a license can result in trouble for you and your business. If caught, you can be looking at costly fines and a loss of clientele. Avoid this by taking the appropriate measures to get your license. If you’re unsure where to start, don’t worry. Get in touch with us today and we’ll walk you through the process!