Field Engineer, CIEC
Todd has been a valuable member of the Indoor Environmental Management team for six years. Todd graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and is now one of IEM’s field engineers. He is a certified indoor environmental consultant, licensed mold assessor, and certified radon mitigation and measurement technician. Todd organizes storm water control evaluations, waterproofing evaluations, crawl space inspections and repairs, as well as basement repairs. Todd’s favorite thing about his job is solving complex occurrences that his clients and homeowners experience.
During his time at FSU, Todd worked in Strozier Library where he learned the importance of communicating effectively with clients as well as treating them with the respect that they deserve. To this day, Todd continues to approach each of his clients like family, while helping to evaluate and create a healthier home for all. When he is not working, Todd enjoys restoring/fixing cars, fishing, movies, and watching all forms of automobile racing.
Here is a before and after look at a job in Tallahassee, Florida. This home's crawlspace was filled with mold and other bacterias. The space underneath a home affects the entire home and can affect the health of the people living there. Members of this family were experiencing ashthma like symptoms and were constantly congested.
John L. was trying to sell his home in Tallahassee, Florida. During an inspection he was told there was mold and leaking duct work in his crawlspace. John immediately hired a company to spray for mold and he cleaned the area himself.
Right away a buyer put an offer on the home and as well had an inspection done on the home. STILL - there were many issues in the crawl space. John called HVAC people, Ductwork companies, and other companies that do encapsulation and got estimates from each. After much research he found that Indoor Environmental Management could do all of the work and guarentee the job!