Mold Removal Services in Monmouth County, NJ
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We Solve Your Mold, Moisture, and Air Quality Problems.
GreenWorks has the answer to any of your air and moisture problems. We feature Certified Green Professionals that service the entire county of Monmouth, and we are the mold removal specialists. If you have questions about mold treatment in your home, vacation property, condo, rental, or anywhere that mold may have appeared, please contact the experts at GreenWorks.
- Building Biologists
- Moisture Source Experts
- Certified Mold Investigators
- Mold Survivor Staffed Team
- Residential / Commercial / Industrial
- Hidden Mold Experts
- Certified Mold Remediation
- Clearance Testing & Reporting
- Licensed and Insured
- Sick Building Syndrome Specialists
- Serving all of New Jersey (NJ)
- Expert Contamination Assessment
Hurricane Sandy caused extensive and severe damage to many of the coastal areas, including Monmouth County, saturating much of the land and causing extensive water and mold damage to many of the residences located within the county. Mold infestation, moisture, and air quality are still a problem to this day, even 6 years later, and the overall humidity of the area makes consumer remedies difficult. Consult with the professionals at GreenWorks if you have any questions about how we can help you.
- Fast Turn-Around
- Air Scrubbing and De-humidification
- Expert Court Testimony
- EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm
- Enviro-Friendly Mold Remediation
- Asbestos Building Inspector
- Dry Ice Mold Remediation
- Lead-Based Paint Inspectors
- Chemical & Non-Chemical Remediation
- Finance Available
- Contents Cleansing & Restoration
- Affordable & Economical Solutions
We will work with you and/or your property manager to rid your residence of mold, improve your air quality and get rid of the moisture that breeds mold, odor, and unhealthy air. For all of your mold, moisture, odor, and air quality issues, call GreenWorks. Remember, at GreenWorks, healthy starts at home!
We Serve Following Townships in Monmouth County
About Monmouth County
Established in 1683, Monmouth County has a subtropical humid climate since its eastern end is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. Rutgers, Monmouth University and Brookdale Community College are 3 of the higher learning institutions within the county, and it is also known for its breweries and distilleries, including Basil T's, Cream Ridge Winery and Kane Brewing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Best way to remove odors is to remove the source. But odors are often absorbed by surrounding building materials and can be difficult to address. To address those areas can use a deodorizing treatment such as a biocide, hydroylation, ozone, etc. It just depends on the type of odor and how long it ahs been around.
Remodeled homes often wind up concealing a lot of the clues we look for when we assess for mold making the issues often difficult to find. Take for instance an older 1940's home recently renovated where the attic was converted to a master bedroom (now we can't see the underside of the roof) and the rear porch was enclosed (has an inaccessible crawl space and enclosed cathedral ceiling with failing ridge vent). More time and some invasive investigating / sampling is often necessary.
Scrubbing molded areas with a detergent and water and then drying the area thoroughly often works for small areas of mold. Using bleach is not recommended as it may cause more harm than good. But there are instances where using a Biocide may be called for.
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.
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.