INFORMATION ON TEXASONLINE PROCEDURES

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Texas.gov: What this means to you.

Applicants for credentials under the Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules (TMARR) are able to pay for new licenses or renew credentials online via the Texas.gov Web site.

The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has been authorized by the Texas Legislature and the TexasOnline Authority to charge an additional fee (currently in the form of a subscription fee) to recover costs associated with the development and maintenance of TexasOnline services. This fee became effective January 1, 2005, for new applicants for licenses, registrations, and accreditations under the Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules, as well as for notifications. This fee is required whether or not you use TexasOnline services.

This means that you will pay a subscription fee (see table below) when you make payments, regardless of whether you choose to pay via TexasOnline or in the traditional manner (mailing payments in). The Texas.gov Web site will accept payment by major credit cards such as VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express; or by ACH (electronic check).


Transition from One-Year to Two-Year Licenses

House Bill 2292, 78th Regular Session, required that all state licenses in Texas (this includes registrations and accreditations) be converted to two-year effective periods, and also allowed “staggering” of these licenses during the phase-in of the new system, i.e., some one-year licenses would still be issued. In accordance with the Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules 25 TAC §295.305(h)(2), licenses or renewals issued between Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2005, will be for a one-year or two-year term, dependent on the applicant’s date of birth.  If applicant’s year of birth is an odd number, a one-year license will be issued.  If applicant’s year of birth is an even number, a two-year license will be issued. All licenses issued after Jan. 1, 2006, will then be for a two-year period.  See the table below for the fee structure.

Mold Licensing and Notification Fees

The following is a list of licensing and notification fees and corresponding subscription fees that are now in effect. One-year licenses issued during 2005 will only be to those applicants whose year of birth is an odd number. Two-year licenses issued during 2005 will only be to those applicants whose year of birth is an even number. These fees are subject to change.

License, Registration or Accreditation Type
and Notifications

Base Fee

Subscription Fee

Total Payment Fee

Mold Assessment Technician (1-year)

$100.00

$3.00

$103.00

Mold Assessment Technician (2-year)

$200.00

$6.00

$206.00

Mold Assessment Consultant (1-year)

$300.00

$5.00

$305.00

Mold Assessment Consultant (2-year)

$600.00

$10.00

$610.00

Mold Assessment Company (1-year)

$500.00

$15.00

$515.00

Mold Assessment Company (2-year)

$1,000.00

$30.00

$1,030.00

Mold Remediation Contractor (1-year)

$250.00

$5.00

$255.00

Mold Remediation Contractor (2-year)

$500.00

$10.00

$510.00

Mold Remediation Worker (1-year)

$30.00

$2.00

$32.00

Mold Remediation Worker (2-year)

$60.00

$4.00

$64.00

Mold Remediation Company (1-year)

$500.00

$15.00

$515.00

Mold Remediation Company (2-year)

$1,000.00

$30.00

$1,030.00

Mold Analysis Laboratory (1-year)

$500.00

$15.00

$515.00

Mold Analysis Laboratory (2-year)

$1,000.00

$30.00

$1,030.00

Mold Training Provider (1-year)

$500.00

$15.00

$515.00

Mold Training Provider (2-year)

$1,000.00

$30.00

$1,030.00

Mold Training Course Approval (if received after an initial training provider accreditation package).

$100.00

N/A

$100.00

Mold Remediation Notification - Residential

$25.00

$2.00

$27.00

Mold Remediation Notification – Non-Residential

$100.00

$3.00

$103.00

Fees effective January 1, 2005

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Last updated May 09, 2013