The inspection and remediation of mold and water damage is gaining increasing attention from legislators and regulators, who are concerned about the proficiency of professionals providing these services to their constituents. The result is a burgeoning movement in a growing number of states to license inspectors and remediation professionals.

If enacted, these licensing regulations will likely have widespread implications. At a minimum, they will raise the cost of doing business for restoration firms, with a ripple effect on adjusters and insurance carriers.

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