Mold Removal Services in Burlington County, NJ
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Air Quality in Burlington County, New Jersey
New Jersey takes air quality seriously, so homeowners must do the same. Poor air quality and mold growth can be detrimental to the health of your home and its inhabitants.
Burlington County presently has an air quality index score of 25, meaning it's one of the healthiest in the US. However, this excellent rating doesn't mean you can ignore problem areas. Doing so puts you and your home at risk.
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Merely wiping away mold over and over doesn't do the trick. It's vital to understand that mold isn't just an eyesore but that it also can present real health risks to inhabitants. Health effects can include breathing difficulties and respiratory diseases.
Our mold treatment plan consists of three key steps:
- We identify what kind of mold is growing within your home
- We employ a specific mold remediation plan that directly targets your home's particular issue
- We perform clearance testing to eradicate the problem—permanently
We take our work seriously, so it follows suit that our process is thorough. Contact us today to discuss a full assessment and treatment options.
If there's a persistent, unidentified smell in your home, it can often be a sign of excess moisture. This moisture can lead to a variety of issues, including:
- Persistent mold and mildew
- Rotting wood
- Structural damage
Indoor Air Quality Testing
According to the EPA, some indoor air can be full of more pollutants than outdoor. The quality depends on various factors, including the number of occupants in the building and its levels of ventilation.
We offer both in-home investigations as well as remote air quality testing. Our tests are appropriate for both modern and older homes alike.
One of the most common reasons residents in Burlington County, NJ, contact us is for mold testing. It's easily one of the most frustrating issues your house can encounter. Mold is persistent and pervasive.
Our specialist mold inspection services identify the specific strain of mold present in your home. Our testing starts with samples and science-backed evaluation. Based on the findings, we can recommend the best way to remove mold and achieve long-lasting results.
About Burlington County
With natural disasters and global pandemics, many of us are learning more and more about the importance of air quality. However, too many of us still underestimate how it can affect our lives when we're in our own homes.
At GreenWorks, we believe that healthy starts at home with clean air. We can identify and solve some of the highest risk areas in your home. Call us today for mold testing and removal, odor detection, and air quality testing in Burlington County, NJ. Let us purify the air that you breathe.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Mold is a product of hydrology, humidity and moisture. Was the source of water that caused the mold addressed as part of your remediation? We know that mold and water go hand in hand. If your environment’s hydrology are not properly managed, the mold will return. We have Certified Hydrologists on staff to ensure that the source of water is appropriately addressed to ensure any future mold growth is mitigated.
It depends. It’s been our experience that if you are planning on selling your home in the near future, yes! Mold is on everyone’s mind these days and knowing if you have a mold issue can only be determined by a mold test. If negative, the test can be used to assure prospective buyers that there is no mold to worry about.
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.
Best ways to improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) are through improving ventilation, air filtration, using low VOC paints and materials and managing moisture levels.
Depending on the extent and location of infestation and the potential health risks, its often advisable to stay away while the work is being performed.