Mold Removal and Remediation Services in Camden County, NJ
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Why Choose Greenworks?
No matter what air and moisture problems you may have, we have the answer. From mold inspection and removal services to indoor air quality testing, we have the experience and know-how to get the job done right. If you have any questions about the air quality in your home, condo, rental, vacation property, or anywhere else where mold might grow, please get in touch with the experts at GreenWorks.
Many of our employees are New Jersey-born and raised, so we have a genuine investment in keeping our community mold-free. We will work to make sure you and your family, residence, or business are mold-free and odorless. For quality service, call GreenWorks today! A happy home starts with a healthy home.
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We have the right tools to carry out tests that will detect whatever mold may be growing in your property. Mold removal can be challenging if you don't know what you're looking for, which is why our professionals bring the right equipment to get the job done.
Air Quality Testing
Indoor air quality testing can detect health hazards otherwise undetectable by sight or smell. Our science-based technologies go the extra mile to ensure you have the highest quality of air to breathe.
We engineer our mold removal services to target the specific mold species to ensure 100% effective mold removal and remediation.
Often, the location of odor sources can be challenging to identify. It may stem from an overlooked spot, or within the walls or floorboards. At GreenWorks, our team members have training in odor detection to eliminate unwanted smells in your home or business.
Our technicians know what equipment to install to ensure that your moisture and humidity levels remain precisely where you want them.
About Camden County
Formed in 1844, Camden County has a humid subtropical climate as it lies between the Delaware River and the Atlantic Ocean. It is best known for the city of Camden, which is across the river from Philadelphia. Camden County is also home to several campuses within the Rutgers University system, including Rutgers Law School.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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.
Black mold tends to grow in patchy / clumped areas. best way to remove it is dispose of the removable items or cut out that area of wall board. Smaller areas less than 5 SF and there are no health issues to worry about are often easily addressed this way.
Rust colored mold on your walls might not be mold at all. There is a type of micro-organism called Iron Bacteria that often gives the appearance of a rust colored mold.
It’s always a good idea to be well informed going into your home’s sale. Having an inspection done yourself is a good way to pinpoint potential issues and be prepared for buyers concerns.
First, was the moisture intrusion source(s) corrected? If moisture is under control, a Clearance Test should be performed which is a combination of factors that include a visual inspection, review of remediation protocol, sampling, etc. Only then can you get a good idea if the area was properly brought back to normal fungal ecology.