Mold Removal and Remediation Services in Union County, NJ
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Our many eco-friendly certifications, as well as chemical and non-chemical options, are part of our dedication to protecting the environment while still helping you get rid of your problem. Our team of experts can help New Jersey tackle nearly any of its moisture-related building issues. We consult our clients and any building managers to make sure we provide the best service, all at affordable rates and with financing options.
Whether you're looking for air quality testing to determine if there is a problem, or you are looking for quick removal, we can help. Contact GreenWorks today for more information.
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Mold Inspection and Testing Services
At GreenWorks, we have the answers to your air quality and moisture problems. We understand that with humidity comes the threat of mold. Our Certified Green professionals can offer mold inspection services to all of Union County. Whether you need assistance in your home, business, vacation property, or somewhere else, we are the mold removal experts you are looking for.
We are an environmentally friendly and EPA Lead-Safe certified company. On staff, we have building biologists, mold experts, and moisture source experts. Our Union County staff is fully licensed, insured, and green certified too. We work closely with clients and property managers to find the best solutions for everyone.
Mold Removal and Remediation Services
A humid, moist climate - especially in the hot Jersey summers - can create the perfect environment for harmful molds and mildew to grow. Our indoor air quality testing services can help determine how severe your problem is and how quickly we can help. We also have odor detection assistance, so you can figure out if what you are smelling is mold or something else entirely.
Water damage can also foster the growth of dangerous molds. When Hurricane Sandy struck the northern East Coast of the US, it caused extensive damage to unprepared homes and buildings. Some of that damage lingers even now, years later. That kind of water damage and moisture can continue to make it difficult to battle mold and mildew growth even now. Luckily, the experts at GreenWorks are here to help.
About Union County
Union County, NJ, was part of the original Elizabethtown Tract, purchased in 1664, and the county itself was founded in 1857. The region is full of rivers and lies near the eastern coast. It is currently the state's 7th most populous county and is home to 2 higher learning institutions: Kean University and Union County College.
What else is Union County home to? A climate that ranges from humid subtropical to humid continental, with a wide range of temperatures and distinct seasons throughout the year. With these seasons come the need for careful inspection and, in some cases, mold removal services.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Many times the air in rooms that are not used a lot tend to stagnate. To help keep air circulating think of changing the door to a "slotted door" or by adding "passive air vents" in the wall to allow for air to turn over easier.
Buildings often off-gas Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) tied to the types of building materials. Experts like the EPA agree that building air is some of the most polluted air we breathe. Ventilation helps dilute these VOC's and allows for fresh oxygenated air to be brought in to replace the air that has been depleted by the building occupants. We all need a good supply of clean, fresh air to survive.
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.
Mold inspection is often not necessary. If family members are healthy and there are no visible signs of mold growth then a mold inspection isn't really necessary. But most folks often cant distinguish between mold based health issues and often can't visually spot mold growth. In thos cases its a good idea to have a mold inspection just to be safe.
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.