Mold Removal Services in Gloucester County, NJ
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Got Mold in Your Home?
Keeping You Safe
Is mold dangerous? Short answer, yes. If the indoor air is full of spores, it can cause serious health issues. This is especially true for those with underlying respiratory problems, such as asthma. It also creates a bad smell - professional odor detection services can treat this before it becomes a real nuisance.
GreenWorks Environmental provides professional air quality testing services. They can tell you if the air in your home is likely to cause health problems and tackle the problem at the root with their mold removal expertise.
This is why it's so important to get air quality testing done early on, and to have a mold inspection conducted even if the soiling appears light. Contacting experienced professionals for air quality testing could potentially save lives in your home. Get in touch today for peace of mind and clean indoor air.
Your Home is Your Castle
A home is a sacred place, and it's worth looking after. Conducting regular mold inspection often means a light treatment, but if left alone, it can become a question of replacing a wall. Drywall, in particular, is a favorite of spores and can be severely damaged when left unchecked.
Keeping in touch with GreenWorks Environmental will provide you with peace of mind in this way. Having a friendly, local service regularly perform odor detection, and mold removal will keep your castle standing strong.
The Right People Near You
Who should you call? Well, as you might hope in such a climate, our local experts are highly experienced professionals. GreenWorks Environmental specializes in mold remediation, including the following services:
- Mold inspection
- Odor detection
- Indoor air quality testing
They're the people to call not just for advanced mold removal in the Gloucester County area, but also to catch problems before they start.
Is mold easy to detect? Not necessarily. Once spores infect a surface, they bore inwards with their roots. This can make it hard to identify the full extent of the damage - it may even be almost invisible on the surface. Odor detection is one way to catch this. In a humid subtropical climate such as that in Gloucester County, it's imperative to get regular mold inspection before the real damage happens.
Let's keep Gloucester County and its lush, subtropical climate famous for its beautiful wineries.
Stay safe and schedule an appointment with GreenWorks Environmental today for friendly, sincere advice and the best local mold removal service.
About Gloucester County
Gloucester County lies south of Philadelphia and is home to some of the oldest European settlements in New Jersey, as well as many distinguished wineries. These include the Cedarvale Winery in Logan Township, the Heritage Vineyards in Mullica Hill, and the DiBella Winery in Woolwich Township.
Their success is enabled by the county's humid subtropical climate, which makes for ideal conditions for vineyards. The downside is that this climate is also friendly to mold growth. Spores enjoy wet conditions, as it helps them to grow and spread throughout structures. This calls for frequent mold inspection services delivered by a team of professionals.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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A musty smell is often a sign of a larger moisture challenge. Manage the moisture and the odor often dissipates as well.
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.
There are many allergy-like symptoms (like sore throats, sneezing, itchy / watery eyes, sinus infections, headaches) that also come from mold exposure. So ask yourself, when you leave the suspect area, do your symptoms get better? If so, some air tests to identify possible mold contamination would be a good idea.
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.