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How to Remove Humidity from Your Furniture and Textiles for Proper Moisture Control

By Adriana Lopez / June 16, 2021

Humidity is the presence of moisture in the air, and it can lead to a myriad of issues in your home. Mold and mildew growth is much more prevalent in homes with high humidity levels or improper moisture control. When the humidity levels are too high, it can cause many health concerns, including allergies, asthma, […]

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To Seal or Not-To-Seal?

By Victor Coppola / October 16, 2020

We get the “Seal or Not-to-Seal” question all the time; even worse, see it regularly being done improperly. Many folks think that all moldy surfaces need is a “good cover-up” when in reality all they are doing is making things worse. From giving the organism the moisture it needs to grow to create “microbial resistant” […]

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Mold Remediation Expectations & Standards

By Victor Coppola / August 24, 2020

Client involvement in the mold remediation is critical to successful project completion. While GreenWorks Environmental (GWE) endeavors for a project to run as smoothly as possible, the Client acknowledges that the process is complicated, wrought with many intricate steps, and hidden hurdles where any of the following issues may come up on a project. Client […]

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Mold – Basic Overview

By Victor Coppola / August 7, 2020

Mold is a natural part of our environment as are bears, ticks, and poison ivy. So how many bears do you need to see in your home before you realize you have a problem? Ticks? Poison ivy? There are some microbial organisms that just don’t make good roommates. We can help you identify those “Bears” […]

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Moisture Management Matters

By Victor Coppola / July 9, 2020

What’s the big deal about moisture management. Having a damp/wet basement or crawl space can be have some strange odors, but isn’t that normal. Having a small hidden intermittent leak around a window or door that goes undetected reminds me of the good-old-days when grandma used to keep a pot there to collect the water. […]

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Got Wetlands?

By Victor Coppola / July 6, 2020

New Jersey, “The Garden State” in reality is more like the “Swamp State”. This State has everything from coastal marshes and bogs to upland streams, tributaries, ponds, lakes, and vernal pools. These familiar water areas are usually encumbered with wetlands that are protected by the US Government and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection […]

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