Mold Removal and Remediation Services in Asbury Park, NJ
GreenWorks' dedicated PMII Certified Mold Removal Professionals, Inspectors, and Remediators are ready to service the homes and businesses in Asbury Park.
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Providing Environmental Services You Can Be Assure Of
You can count on the many environmental services that GreenWorks has to offer. Regardless if you have problems with mold or mildew, drainage, air quality or even if you need an asbestos inspection for your home or business, GreenWorks is there for you.
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Certified Mold Removal Professionals
The professionals at GreenWorks know environmental services inside and out. Certified by the EPA and the National Association of Home Builders among others, we are available for such things as VOC and lead testing, project oversight, environmental testing and we will even bring expert testimony for depositions on any environmental issues that may be affecting the health and well being of you, your family or residents. For any consumer, business or commercial needs, GreenWorks will be there.
- Building Biologists
- Moisture Source Experts
- Certified Mold Investigators
- Mold Survivor Staffed Team
- Residential / Commercial / Industrial
- Hidden Mold Experts
- Certified Mold Remediation
- Clearance Testing & Reporting
- Licensed and Insured
- Sick Building Syndrome Specialists
- Serving all of New Jersey (NJ)
- Expert Contamination Assessment
Serving Asbury Park, NJ
A seaside community, Asbury Park is located directly on the Jersey Shore coast and was originally developed as a residential resort back in 1871. It was here the first Artesian Well was constructed, and on September 8th, 1934, the SS Morro Castle beached and burned right next to the convention hall. Low property values have made this a haven for the New York gay community, who have purchased many run-down properties and renovated them, bring property values up once again. The town is a frequent stop for many musicians including Jon Bon Jovi, The E Street Band, the Ramones, and other luminaries.
- Fast Turn-Around
- Air Scrubbing and De-humidification
- Expert Court Testimony
- EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm
- Enviro-Friendly Mold Remediation
- Asbestos Building Inspector
- Dry Ice Mold Remediation
- Lead-Based Paint Inspectors
- Chemical & Non-Chemical Remediation
- Finance Available
- Contents Cleansing & Restoration
- Affordable & Economical Solutions
Hurricane Sandy wiped out blocks of the city and many of the boardwalks. Moisture, mold, and mildew thrived while indoor air quality plummeted. Asbury Park was one of the hardest-hit areas, and the ramifications of Sandy, in an environmental sense, are still evident today.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Remodeled homes often wind up concealing a lot of the clues we look for when we assess for mold making the issues often difficult to find. Take for instance an older 1940's home recently renovated where the attic was converted to a master bedroom (now we can't see the underside of the roof) and the rear porch was enclosed (has an inaccessible crawl space and enclosed cathedral ceiling with failing ridge vent). More time and some invasive investigating / sampling is often necessary.
Scrubbing molded areas with a detergent and water and then drying the area thoroughly often works for small areas of mold. Using bleach is not recommended as it may cause more harm than good. But there are instances where using a Biocide may be called for.
Many folks have (or develop) sensitivity to molds and chemicals that are immediately noticeable. Other times it takes longer as we age and our immune systems start to decline. Everyone is different. But when one room in your home gives you such immediate discomfort there almost always a hidden microorganism to blame. Better bring in a mold specialist.
There is no one air quality test to cover it all. If its a newer home we would lean towards a chemical test for VOC's. If is an older home with a musty aroma we would test for biologicals.
Best ways to improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) are through improving ventilation, air filtration, using low VOC paints and materials and managing moisture levels.