Mold Removal and Remediation Services in Sussex County, NJ
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Why Choose Greenworks?
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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Why Should I Get Mold Removed?
While mold is an organic growth form, it can cause problems if left untreated.
- Mold can damage the structure of your home.
- It can cause illness in your family.
- It can affect the lungs if building occupants breathe in the mold spores.
In a damp environment like that in Sussex County, houses can be especially prone to escalated mold problems. You want to be more vigilant about mold issues and ready to take action quickly before the mold does too much damage.
How GreenWorks Can Help You Get Rid of Mold in Sussex County, NJ
GreenWorks knows how mold develops and grows, and exactly how to get rid of it for good. We specialize in:
- Mold Inspection
- Odor Detection
- Air Quality Testing
- Mold Removal
When it comes to mold, the growth usually appears in an area of repeated damp or leakage, or areas with insufficient ventilation. GreenWorks can sort out these mold problems in three easy and cost-effective steps.
GreenWorks will come out to your home in Sussex County and look at your problem. Experts will look for musty odor, dampness, and leaks associated with mold and indoor air quality testing to discover more about your situation. Team members will then put together a diagnostics report about the issue.
Once GreenWorks has studied your mold problem, we will assign a contractor to clean away the mold with high-tech agents. Severely affected materials may need removal and replacement.
We will check to see if the treatments have worked. If not, we will treat the affected zone for you once more. We will render a follow-up evaluation to check for the efficacy of the treatment.
About Sussex County
Located in the northernmost county in New Jersey, the gorgeous area of Sussex is famous for its deposits of iron ore, farming activity, tourism (including the annual New Jersey State Fair), and some prestigious vineyards. It is also a vibrant residential zone. Sussex County, founded in 1753, now also forms part of the economic growth and tourism enterprise, the Skylands Region platform.
This lush, green area has a cool though humid and rainy climate, getting some heavy weather and flooding in spring.
This consistently damp climate means that houses in Sussex in New Jersey are at risk of mold infestations. Don't put yourself or your family at risk. If you live in Sussex County, it is vital to get a professional to assess your house with mold inspection services. As an expert mold assessment and maintenance company, GreenWorks Environmental works for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Cleaning mold often does not address what is causing the mold to grow in the first place. And that’s what we call the “Moisture Trigger”. While we often think of moisture as a “puddle”, in this case, molds don’t like puddles, they like elevated humidity which is hard to detect on your own. Better call a mold pro.
We all have had those stubborn leaks. They tend to show up only when the rain hits the house a certain way then presto – a puddle or damp spot in the wall. Molds are uniquely adapted to exploit these intermittent micro-climates. Before the mold issue becomes intolerable, better call a mold pro.
While the State of New Jersey does not require any specific certifications, anyone you work with should have a NJHICL & proper general liability insurance. There are numerous mold certification firms that offer training; any contractor you work with should have mold training and participate in ongoing continuing education.
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.