Mold Removal and Remediation Services in Long Branch, NJ
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Why Should I Get Mold Removed?
Having mold in your home can be dangerous to you and your family's health, so it is best to deal with any suspected issues right away. Check with your Department of Health for any regulatory requirements.
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Services We Offer
Top Floor (penthouse) of Diamond Beach Condo impacted by the burst water pipe. The crew has already removed most of the drywall and the first layer of the triple floor system. Visual mold growth has been observed where some cleaning has been done. Needs help assessing home for biological (mold) impacts / conducting clearance testing before restoration commences as the condo is currently for sale. HOA has already cast blame on the unit owner and has not been very cooperative.
Near Ocean Ave, Long Branch, NJ 07740
Cleaned up water pipe break (from fire suppression system) that flooded penthouse apartment. Extensive mold remediation was also completed.
Near Ocean Ave, Long Branch, NJ 07740
Client Purchasing a home has a sensitivity to molds and mildews. Previous deals have fallen through and she wants to make sure the home is safe for her to live in. Needs fast turnaround of the report where attorney review is 10 days.
- 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
Bank owned property impacted by Sandy where no flood mitigation or mold remediation was done. New wood floors & kitchen cabinets installed over 1 year ago that are now showing signs of moisture intrusion where wood is swelling, cupping, buckling, etc.
Looking to have wetlands assessment done on site per Realtor recommendation before listing property for sale. Wetlands were reviewed, delineated and exhibit prepared showing wetland, buffer and stream corridor impacts.
Serving Long Branch, NJ
Mold growth in the basement from an overhead leak that appears to be attributed to a roof leak migrating through the house. Invasive investigations to track down source and better ventilation in basement needed to control mold growth.
- 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
We Serve Following Townships in Monmouth County
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.
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.
Actively growing molds have a distinctive musty aroma associated with their life cycle. Picture walking into a basement and what aroma is typically associated with that environment. If you smell smoke, there’s almost always a fire. A pro would help you determine what is going on with that aroma.
Many times we can’t put our finger on exactly what is causing our ill health. But we come to realize that we actually “Feel Better” when we leave our homes for any length of time. This is often the case when hidden biological issues are degrading the homes overall air quality. An environmental air quality professional will be needed.