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1 WATER INTRUSION AND VISUAL MOLD ASSESSMENT & LIMITED ASBESTOS-CONTAINING MATERIALS SURVEY FREDRICK WHITE 1119 DUSTIN STREET LADY LAKE, LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA BB&T PROJECT NO. OMS REPORT #1 PREPARED FOR: Branch Banking & Trust Environmental Risk Management 5130 Parkway Plaza Boulevard Charlotte, North Carolina (704) PREPARED BY: Aerostar SES LLC St. Johns Industrial Parkway North Jacksonville, Florida (904) AES Project # M March 20, 2014

2 SIGNATURE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS This is to certify that the report for the Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited Asbestos-Containing Materials Survey of the Fredrick White Property located at 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida, has been examined by the undersigned. DATE: March 20, 2014 SIGNATURE: John H. Hubbard Project Manager AHERA Certification No. ME250DEC5BCA9D475 DBPR Licensed Mold Assessor License No. MRSA529 DATE: March 20, 2014 SIGNATURE: Paul M. Fitch, P.E. DBPR Licensed Asbestos Consultant License No. AX64 DATE: March 20, 2014 SIGNATURE: Chris McNees Senior Program Manager

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS SIGNATURE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS 1.0 INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND REGULATORY SUMMARY Mold Environmental Protection Agency Mold Occupational Safety and Health Administration Mold State of Florida Asbestos Environmental Protection Agency Asbestos - Occupational Safety and Health Administration Asbestos State of Florida METHODS OF INVESTIGATION Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment Moisture Meter Readings Thermal Image Camera Limited Asbestos-Containing Materials Survey RESULTS Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment Results Moisture Meter Results Thermal Image Camera Results Limited Asbestos-Containing Material Survey Results LIMITATIONS CONCLUSIONS Visual Mold and Water Damage Assessment Limited Asbestos-Containing Materials Remediation Cost Estimate TABLE 1 FIGURE 1 APPENDIX A APPENDIX B APPENDIX C TABLE Summary of Asbestos Survey FIGURE Visible Mold, Water Damage, and Asbestos Sample Locations APPENDICES Certifications Photographic Documentation Laboratory Analytical Results Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page i

4 1.0 INTRODUCTION On March 6, 2014, Aerostar SES LLC (Aerostar) conducted a Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & a Limited Asbestos-Containing Materials (ACMs) Survey of the Fredrick White Property located at 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida, hereafter referred to as the site. According to the Lake County Property Appraiser s website, the site is developed with a double-wide modular home consisting of 1,250-square feet built in The assessment was conducted throughout the residence. Aerostar is a Licensed Asbestos Business Organization, recognized by the State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR), Asbestos Licensing Unit, License Number ZA455. The ACM survey was conducted by an Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA)-Certified Building Inspector under the direction of a DBPR-Licensed Asbestos Consultant (LAC). Mold assessment activities were conducted by a DBPR-Licensed Mold Assessor. Copies of our certifications are included in Appendix A. 2.0 BACKGROUND Evidence of mold and water intrusion issues was reported in multiple locations throughout the structure by the property manager. BB&T requested a mold assessment be conducted by Aerostar to confirm potential sources of water intrusion and evaluate the extent of mold and water damage. In conjunction with the mold and water intrusion survey, Aerostar recommended sampling and analyzing materials for asbestos to determine proper handling of the material for disposal. The building consists of a single-story modular home with a raised floor, a connected carport with a storage area, and a connected porch. The exterior of the home is finished with metal and faux brick foundation skirting. The roof of the home is wood truss construction with asphalt shingles. The interior of the home is wood frame construction finished with drywall and wood paneling. The floor of the home is wood joist construction with particle board. Floorings included carpet and vinyl sheet flooring (VSF). The carport, storage area, and porch are slab-ongrade and are constructed of metal support members and metal roofing. 3.0 REGULATORY SUMMARY 3.1 Mold Environmental Protection Agency The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Air and Radiation, Indoor Environments Division has published Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings (EPA 402-K ) which provides guidelines for evaluating and remediating mold. The document was provided to serve as a reference for potential mold and moisture remediators. There are currently no EPA regulations or standards for mold assessment or remediation. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 1

5 3.2 Mold Occupational Safety and Health Administration The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has published A Brief Guide to Mold in the Workplace (Safety and Health Information Bulletin ) which provides guidelines for worker protection and recommendations for engineering and administrative controls to reduce the risk of exposure to workers and building occupants. There are currently no OSHA standards or regulations which specifically address worker protection in regards to the presence of mold or during mold remediation activities. 3.3 Mold State of Florida Florida Statute Title XXXII, Chapter 468, Part XVI requires licensure of individuals conducting mold assessment or remediation activities by the DBPR. 3.4 Asbestos Environmental Protection Agency The EPA has published a list of hazardous air pollutants and promulgated the National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regulations. Since asbestos presents a significant risk to human health as a result of air emissions from one or more source categories, it is therefore considered a hazardous air pollutant. The Asbestos NESHAP (40 CFR 61, Subpart M) addresses milling, manufacturing and fabricating operations, demolition and renovation activities, waste disposal issues, active and inactive waste disposal sites and asbestos conversion processes. Friable ACM is defined by the Asbestos NESHAP, as any material containing more than one percent (1%) asbestos as determined using the method specified in Appendix A, Subpart F, 40 CFR Part 763, Section 1, Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM), that, when dry, can be crumbled, pulverized or reduced to powder by hand pressure (Sec ). Non-friable ACM is any material containing more than one percent (1%) asbestos as determined using the method specified in Appendix A, Subpart F, 40 CFR Part 763, Section 1, PLM, that, when dry, cannot be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure (Sec ). EPA also defines two categories of non-friable ACM: Category I and Category II non-friable ACM. Category I non-friable ACM is any asbestos-containing packing, gasket, resilient floor covering or asphalt roofing product which contains more than one percent (1%) asbestos as determined using PLM according to the method specified in Appendix A, Subpart F, 40 CFR Part 763 (Sec ). Category II non-friable ACM is any material, excluding Category I non-friable ACM, containing more than one percent (1%) asbestos as determined using PLM according to the methods specified in Appendix A, Subpart F, 40 CFR Part 763 (Sec ), that, when dry, cannot be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 2

6 Regulated Asbestos Containing Material (RACM) is: (a) friable ACM, (b) Category I non-friable ACM that has become friable, (c) Category I non-friable ACM that will be or has been subjected to sanding, grinding, cutting or abrading, or (d) Category II non-friable ACM that has a high probability of becoming or has become crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by the forces expected to act on the material in the course of demolition or renovation operations. Category I non-friable ACM must be inspected and tested for friability if it is in poor condition before demolition to determine whether or not it is subject to the Asbestos NESHAP. If the ACM is friable, it must be handled in accordance with the NESHAP. Asbestos-containing packings, gaskets, resilient floor coverings and asphalt roofing materials must be removed before demolition only if they are in poor condition and are friable. If Category I or Category II non-friable ACM is to be sanded, ground, cut, or abraded, the material is considered RACM and the owner or operator must abide by the following (Sec (c)(1)): (i) Adequately wet the material during the sanding, grinding, cutting or abrading operations; (ii) Comply with the requirements of (c)(3)(i) if wetting would unavoidably damage equipment or present a safety hazard; and (iii) Handle asbestos material produced by the sanding, grinding, cutting, or abrading, as asbestos-containing waste material subject to the waste handling and collection provisions of Section Except for the following, Section (c) of the Asbestos NESHAP requires that each owner or operator of a demolition or renovation activity involving RACM remove all such material from a facility being demolished or renovated before any activity begins that would break up, dislodge, or similarly disturb the material or preclude access to the material for subsequent removal. 3.5 Asbestos - Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA regulates asbestos exposure during all construction work including, but not limited to, the following: Demolition or salvage of structures where asbestos is present; Removal or encapsulation of materials containing asbestos; Construction, alteration, repair, maintenance, or renovation of structures, substrates, or portions thereof, that contain asbestos; Installation of products containing asbestos; Asbestos spill/emergency cleanup; and Transportation, disposal, storage, containment of and housekeeping activities involving asbestos or products containing asbestos, on the site or location at which construction activities are performed. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 3

7 The OSHA Standard 29 CFR requires the use of engineering controls, work practices, and personal protective equipment to reduce or eliminate employee exposure to asbestos. The OSHA standard does not apply to asbestos-containing asphalt roof coatings, cements and mastics. 3.6 Asbestos State of Florida Florida Statutes and require licensure of asbestos consultants and contractors by the DBPR. Florida Statute requires that the Department of Environmental Protection be notified in writing before a local building permit is granted for any building demolition or renovation which would disturb asbestos material. 4.0 METHODS OF INVESTIGATION The visual mold assessment was conducted on March 6, 2014, by Mr. John H. Hubbard. The weather conditions were mostly cloudy with heavy rain and temperatures in the 70s degrees Fahrenheit ( F). 4.1 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment The visual assessment was conducted to identify sources of water intrusion and potential mold impacts at the site. Mold and water damaged materials were quantified and locations of the material was recorded. In locations with signs of water intrusion, the source of the water intrusion was investigated and recorded. Additionally, a description of the general construction of the building was recorded. 4.2 Moisture Meter Readings Aerostar personnel used a General Electric Surveymaster protimeter dual-function moisture meter (Surveymaster) to record moisture levels in water stained and damaged building materials. The moisture profile can be determined by penetrating the material with the moisture probes of the meter or by placing the meter directly on surfaces in search mode throughout the area of water staining and damage and on adjacent surfaces. The Surveymaster will show the different levels of moisture even if moisture is not apparent on the surface. Moisture can often be trapped behind drywall and wall coverings. Using the moisture probes, the Surveymaster displays a moisture range of percent moisture content (%mc) in wood substrates. The instrument displays Wood Moisture Equivalent (WME) values in materials other than wood (such as drywall substrates). WME values are used to establish if the material is in a dry ( %WME), borderline or at risk ( %WME), or wet ( %WME) condition. Using the search mode, the Surveymaster displays a moisture range of relative moisture (REL) up to ¾ beneath the surface of the materials with little effect of surface moisture. REL values are used to establish if the material is in a dry ( REL), borderline or at risk ( REL) or wet ( REL) condition. Readings were collected from areas with visible water damage and adjacent areas of the same material with no visible water intrusion issues throughout the structure. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 4

8 4.3 Thermal Image Camera A calibrated Fluke TiR Thermal Imager camera was used to view walls, ceilings, and floors in areas of identified water damage. The thermal imager camera is used to investigate temperature differences on building material surfaces which can verify the presence or absence and extent of existing moisture. High temperature differences can indicate the presence of moisture in building materials. Additionally, high temperature differentials on opposing surfaces of building materials may identify areas with a build-up of condensation. Moisture present on or in building materials can provide necessary conditions for the growth of mold. Areas with high temperature differentials were photographed with the thermal image camera. 4.4 Limited Asbestos-Containing Materials Survey Sampling protocols set forth by the EPA under 40 CFR were followed during the inspection. The purpose of this survey was to locate and identify suspect ACMs where water damage and/or mold was observed, to quantify the material, and to separate it into unique areas for further assessment. The limited asbestos survey was performed by observing, touching, and sampling accessible suspect building materials which were identified as mold or water stained/damaged. The condition and location of representative suspect materials were defined where easily accessible and visible. Bulk asbestos sampling procedures utilized for the collection of suspect mold and water damaged ACMs first required the establishment of a homogeneous sampling area. A homogeneous sampling area is defined as an area of material of the same type (texture and color) which was applied during the same general time period. Each individual sampling area was then examined and representative samples of suspect materials were collected. The U.S. EPA has published guidelines and recommendations pertaining to surveying and sampling for friable ACMs. The guidelines were followed during the survey where appropriate. U.S. EPA publications and current regulations mainly address friable materials, such as surface finishes and structural fireproofing. The samples were analyzed by PLM with dispersion staining according to EPA Method 600/R-93/116. The PLM test is an EPA-approved analytical method for asbestos identification. The test uses the unique optical properties of mineral forms in the samples to specifically identify the various asbestos types. Where distinct layers were present, bulk samples were collected to represent each individual layer of the suspect material. Mastic and/or other adhesive substances and surface finishes were included when possible. At the time of sample collection, the inspector noted material type, approximate amount, sampling locations, and condition of the materials. Samples were labeled with a three part alphanumeric identification system (xxxx-yy-zz). The first set of numbers (xxxx) indicates the property s street address. The second set of numbers (yy) indicates the homogeneous area designation assigned by the asbestos inspector. The third set of numbers (zz) is the individual sample identification number. Where distinct layers were separated, a letter (A,B,C) was assigned for each additional layer analyzed by the laboratory. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 5

9 The surface area of the samples was adequately wetted prior to sample collection. All necessary precautions were taken to prevent visible emissions, air-borne fiber release, and debris, and to protect other trades from exposure. Samples were transported in independent sealed containers to EMSL Analytical, Inc. (EMSL), 5125 Adanson Street, Suite 900, in Orlando, Florida, for laboratory analysis according to EPA Method 600/R-93/116. EMSL is certified by the United States National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) under the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP). A copy of the laboratory certification is included in Appendix A. 5.0 RESULTS 5.1 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment Results Visible mold growth, water-damaged building materials, and additional observations made by Aerostar include the following: The faux brick foundation skirting was damaged along the front of the home. The damage appeared to be caused by the structure settling or from movement of the structure. The metal roofs of the carport and storage area were dented in and water was actively running through the damaged areas. The damage to the roof is suspected to have been caused by falling branches from trees on the property in close proximity to the structure. Water saturated cabinetry and debris were observed within the storage area. The seam of the porch roof at the connecting joint of the home showed signs of leaking with rust stains on the exterior of the home (north exterior wall of the home). The water intrusion source appeared to be a failed seal. Furniture and appliances were observed within the porch area. Heavy vegetation build-up and plant growth were observed throughout the roof. The residence was unoccupied at the time of the investigation. The home has one heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system zone. At the time of the inspection, the HVAC system was not in operation. A strong mold odor was noted throughout the home. An active water intrusion source through the roof of the structure caused the water damage to the living room floor at the entrance threshold from the carport. Approximately 6 square feet (SF) of water damaged particle board and 4 linear feet (LF) of water damaged and rotted wood floor joists were observed. The carpet and carpet pad within the living room were saturated with water near the threshold at the entrance from the carport. Mold and water stained drywall walls (approximately 40 SF) and ceiling (approximately 25 SF) were observed in the living room. The source of the water was identified as a roof leak. Water was actively dripping from the ceiling at the time of the investigation due to an active roof leak. Furniture and debris were observed within the living room. An active water intrusion source through the roof of the structure caused the water damage to the kitchen floor at the entrance threshold from the porch. Approximately 8 square feet (SF) of water damaged particle board was identified as spongy. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 6

10 Mold and water damage were observed on the drywall ceiling (approximately 22 SF) within the kitchen along the south wall. Cabinetry mounted on the ceiling showed signs of sagging. The cabinetry near the door was water damaged. Dishes, cooking utensils, and appliances were observed throughout the kitchen. Water was actively dripping from the ceiling at the time of the investigation due to an active roof leak. Mold was observed on the edge of the wood bathroom door. Mold was observed on the drywall ceiling (approximately 1 SF) within the bathroom shower. The material was dry and the suspected roof leak did not seem to be active at the time of the investigation. Mold and water damage was observed on the drywall ceiling (approximately 38 SF) in the northwest portion of Bedroom 1. The material was wet at the time of the investigation. Mold and water staining was observed on the drywall ceiling (approximately 12 SF) in the northeast corner of Bedroom 1. The material was dry and the suspected roof leak did not seem to be active at the time of the investigation. Mold and water damage was observed on the drywall ceiling (approximately 25 SF) and drywall wall (approximately 6 SF) in the southwest portion and along the south wall of Bedroom 2. The material was wet from a roof leak at the time of the investigation. Mold and water damage was observed on the drywall ceiling (approximately 15 SF) within the center of Bedroom 2. The ceiling fan was drooping from elevated moisture. Particle board furniture and a chair were observed saturated with moisture and covered with mold within Bedroom 2. Appliances, other furniture, and debris were also observed in Bedroom 2. A spongy portion of the floor was noted at the entrance to the walk-in/utility closet of Bedroom 2, indicating water damage to the particle board floor deck (approximately 10 SF). The carpet was saturated at the location of the spongy floor. Water was actively dripping from the ceiling at the time of the investigation due to an active roof leak. Mold and water damage was observed on the drywall ceiling (approximately 25 SF) and drywall walls (approximately 45 SF) throughout the walk-in/utility closet. Damage is due to an active roof leak. The locations of visible mold and water damaged material are included on Figure 1. Photographic documentation of all visible mold and water damaged areas are included in Appendix B. 5.2 Moisture Meter Results Moisture meter results recorded by Aerostar include the following: Moisture readings taken from the mold and water damaged drywall walls and ceiling within the living room, kitchen, Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, and walk-in/utility closet indicated the material was wet with readings of %WME. Moisture readings taken from drywall ceilings with no signs of water damage throughout the home indicated the material was dry to borderline with readings of %WME. Moisture readings taken from drywall walls with no signs of water damage throughout the home indicated the material was borderline to wet with readings of %WME. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 7

11 5.3 Thermal Image Camera Results Photographs taken with the thermal image camera confirmed the presence of water in mold and water damaged drywall surfaces throughout the home. Thermal images and corresponding visible light images are included in the photographic documentation in Appendix B. 5.4 Limited Asbestos-Containing Material Survey Results Mr. John H. Hubbard, an AHERA-certified Asbestos Inspector, conducted a limited asbestos survey of mold and water damaged building materials to identify the locations, quantities, and conditions of mold and water damaged ACMs. A total of seven homogeneous areas were identified. The identified mold and water damaged homogeneous materials included: Drywall Skim Coat (2 types) Mastic associated with drywall Asphalt Shingle Roof Roof Paneling Vinyl Sheet Flooring A total of 23 samples were collected and submitted to EMSL for analysis by PLM. None of the homogeneous areas sampled were found to contain >1% asbestos by EPA Method 600/R-93/116. Asbestos sample results are presented in Table 1. Sample locations are included on Figure 1. Consultant, inspector, and laboratory credentials are provided in Appendix A. A copy of the laboratory analytical results with the appropriate Chain of Custody Record is included as Appendix C. 6.0 LIMITATIONS Aerostar has prepared this Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey Report for Branch Banking and Trust, hereafter referred to as the Client. No water intrusion and mold assessment, or ACM survey can eliminate all uncertainty. Professional judgment and interpretation are inherent in the process and uncertainty is inevitable. Even when sampling is executed with an appropriate site-specific standard of care, certain conditions present especially difficult detection problems. Such conditions may include, but are not limited to, physical limitations imposed by the location and accessibility of suspect ACMs and mold, and the limitations of assessment technologies. Only reasonably accessible areas in limited portions of the building were surveyed as part of this investigation. Aerostar is not responsible for possible ACMs or mold damaged materials that were inaccessible and/or not located or any consequential damages as a result thereof. Measurements and sampling data only represent the site conditions at the time of the data collection. Aerostar makes no legal representations whatsoever concerning any matter including, but not limited to, ownership of any property or the interpretation of any law. Aerostar further Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 8

12 disclaims any obligations to update the report for events taking place after the time during which the assessment was conducted. This report is not a comprehensive site characterization and should not be construed as such. The opinions presented in this report are based upon the findings derived from the samples collected. The scope of work performed herein was limited to a visual water intrusion and mold assessment, suspect ACM sample collection, and laboratory analysis of only the samples collected at the time of inspection. Aerostar has endeavored to meet what it believes is the applicable standard of care, and, in doing so, is obliged to advise the Client of the limitations. Aerostar believes that providing information about limitations is essential to help the Client identify and thereby manage its risks. Through additional testing, these risks can be mitigated - but they cannot be eliminated. Aerostar will, upon request, advise the Client of the additional research opportunities available, their impact, and their cost. As noted above, the Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey conducted at the referenced site and this report was prepared for the use solely by the Client. This report shall not be relied upon by or transferred to any other party without the express written authorization of Aerostar. 7.1 Mold and Water Damage Assessment 7.0 CONCLUSIONS Aerostar observed heavy accumulation of vegetative matter, vegetation, and roof damage throughout the structure. A portion of the foundation skirting was damaged and a portion of exterior finish (metal trim) was missing. Approximately 24 SF of water damaged particle board flooring and 4 SF of water damaged floor joists were observed at the living room and kitchen entries and within the walk-in/utility closet of Bedroom 2. Aerostar observed approximately 254 SF of mold and water damaged drywall walls and ceilings throughout the residence. Moisture meter readings and thermal images confirmed the material was wet at the time of the assessment. The sources of water intrusion appeared to be active roof leaks. Moisture meter readings indicated the drywall walls throughout the home with no visible signs of water damage were borderline to wet at the time of the assessment. Elevated moisture readings on surfaces without signs of water damage are suspected to be due to elevated humidity throughout the home from active water intrusion sources and/or from water migrating through the material from saturated areas. 7.2 Limited Asbestos-Containing Materials Aerostar completed a limited ACM survey of mold and water damaged building materials. Analytical results revealed that none of the homogeneous areas sampled contained >1% asbestos by PLM analysis. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 9

13 Suspect ACMs encountered during renovation/demolition activities that are not identified in this survey should be assumed to contain asbestos or be sampled by an AHERA-certified inspector and analyzed by an accredited laboratory. 7.3 Remediation Cost Estimate Based on the results of the investigation, Aerostar estimates the costs of further assessment and remediation to address the areas identified are as follows: Removal and disposal of vegetation and debris from roof Remove and replace asphalt shingle roof, reflash roof seams, repair metal roof, patch floor holes Removal of mold and water damaged building materials (including wet drywall walls throughout, cabinetry, carpet, etc.); removal of mold and water damaged furniture and debris; and disposal ~$2,300 ~$7,750 $13,400 Remediation oversight and reporting ~$5,000 Total Estimated Cost for Repairs and Mold Remediation ~$28,450* * - This cost only addresses the materials identified in this report. Other repairs throughout the building have not been quantified. Fredrick White, 1119 Dustin Street, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida March 20, 2014 Water Intrusion and Visual Mold Assessment & Limited ACM Survey, Aerostar Project Number M Page 10

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15 TABLE 1 SUMMARY OF ASBESTOS SURVEY Fredrick White 1119 Dustin Street Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida OMS Report #1 Homogeneous Sample ID , , , , , , , , A , , , , A, A, A , , Material Description Drywall Skim Coat on Drywall Mastic Skim Coat on Wood Panel Walls Asphalt Shingle Roof Roof Paneling Location Majority of the walls and ceiling throughout Majority of the walls and ceiling throughout Majority of the walls and ceiling throughout Bedroom 1 and Kitchen Throughout the Home Throughout the Home Approximate Amount of Damaged Material/Total Amount of Material Number of Samples Collected % Asbestos Type NESHAP Category Condition 248 SF/2,182 SF 5 ND --- Poor 248 SF/2,182 SF 5 ND --- Poor 248 SF/2,182 SF 1 ND --- Poor 0 SF/400 SF 3 ND --- Fair 750 SF/750 SF 3 ND --- Fair 750 SF/750 SF 3 ND --- Fair Vinyl Sheet Flooring Kitchen 8 SF/150 SF 3 ND --- Fair NF Cat. I - Non-Friable Category I ACM ND - None Detected NF Cat. II - Non-Friable Category II ACM SF - Square Feet RACM - Regulated Asbestos Containing Material LF - Linear Feet Page 1 of 1

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