Mold Removal & Remediation Services in Red Bank, NJ
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With GreenWorks mold and mildew environmental services, you not only get professional results from us, but we have been certified by such professional organizations as the Professional Mold and Remediation Training School, the EPA, as an IAC2 Certified Indoor Air Consultant, and we bring our knowledge and experience to every residence, home, rental or business that we service.
But we don't stop there. We will make sure your property drainage system is working right, we will install air purification and ventilation systems for superior air quality, and we can even test for lead and asbestos too! We are your one-stop environmental service contractor and consultant, and we pride ourselves on our dedication to solve your problems at a fair price. After all, healthy starts at home.
- 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
Mold and mildew remediation surged after Superstorm Sandy made landfall, although Red Bank was one of the lesser damaged towns in Monmouth County. Those closest to the Navesink River were flooded when the Navesink breached the banks. Moisture from trapped water is still a problem to this day.
- 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 Serve Following Townships in Monmouth County
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.
The deeper you go the more expensive it gets. But generally speaking, keeping top of French drain 6 inches below grade is often adequate.
Many times moisture makes its way into the wall cavity and stimulates molds to grow. Given time they will start to “Bleed Through” the outside wall and at first look like a small dark area. If the moisture source is not obvious, further investigation by a pro is recommended.
Yes! Mold is a natural part of our environment where we like to see normal fungal ecology. But so are bears, ticks and poison ivy. You wouldn’t want to see any of them in your house now would you? The same goes for mold, there are some that we just don’t want to see in our homes at any level due to the potential health risks.
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.
About Red Bank
Incorporated in the year 1908 and located on the Navesink River in Monmouth County, it was originally part of the territory of the Algonquin Native Americans. It was originally known as a cultural, economic and political center of the county until the recession of 1987. Property values plummeted and the town became known as ȐDead Bank.ȑ Population and the economy are on the upswing once again, with the Count Basie theater being the center for entertainment. The musicians Count Basie and Clint Black hail from Red bank, and Mrs Thurston Howell the Third, from Gilligans Island, Natalie Schaefer was born there.