Mold Remediation Services in Somerset County, NJ
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Got Mold in Your Home?
Mold is one of the most common and persistent problems a home can face. It's particularly frustrating because no matter how many times you wipe it away, or how thorough you think you've been, it somehow always finds a way back.
Mold inspection services is an integral part of our process, as it allows us to not only ascertain which type of mold is plaguing your home, it also allows us to check if any remains after we're done. Not all mold is visible, which means microscopic traces can persist even after treatment. Our testing eliminates this risk.
Mold removal services are necessary not only for the protection of your home but for your health. It's important to understand that mold is one of the most commonly found microorganisms on the planet, and if it has infected your home, it isn't necessarily because you've done something wrong. Nonetheless, mold isn't something you want hanging around.
Our mold removal service operates in three steps:
- Mold Assessment: This is where we check what type of mold is growing and where its point of origin is.
- Mold Remediation: We then use an antimicrobial agent to clean the affected area.
- Clearance Testing: Following treatment, we assess if any mold is left behind. If it isn't all gone, we perform another full remediation.
Our thorough removal strategy ensures long-lasting and effective results.
One of the leading causes of mold growth inside your home is a lack of adequate moisture control. Areas of your home that become damp repeatedly are the perfect locations for mold to fester. There are a variety of reasons why moisture might accumulate in certain spots, including:
- Lack of proper ventilation
- Issues with drainage systems
- Rising damp
At GreenWorks, we look at the whole picture before moving with a solution. By assessing how moisture is traveling through your home, we can better prevent future mold breakouts.
Air Quality Testing
The climate change movement is making us more and more aware of how the tiniest of actions can have long-lasting effects on the environment, and that applies to the indoors too.
Compromised air can cause a variety of health complications, including some severe respiratory diseases, which is why indoor air quality testing is necessary. It's often hard to tell whether or not our own home has poor air quality because our noses grow accustomed to particular smells after long-term exposure.
Our odor detection services are the first step in air quality testing, and the first step in creating a cleaner indoor environment for you to enjoy.
About Somerset County
As a family-owned business based in New Jersey, at GreenWorks, we understand the importance of keeping the inside of your home as healthy as possible. Our cost-effective remedies provide long-lasting results that will make you wonder why you put up with persistent indoor mold for so long.
Founded by Environmental Scientists and Land Use Professionals, we possess decades of experience perfect for solving whatever problem your home may be facing. New Jersey takes indoor air quality and mold removal services seriously, and we hope Somerset County citizens do too!
Contact us today to schedule an appointment
Whatever your concerns about your indoor environment, contact us today for more information on how we can help. The air you breathe is necessary, so help us make it the best it can be.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most deffinitely. But a basic mold inspection really isn't adequate. When you consider the house has been preped for sale with fresh paint, repairs and a top-to-bottom cleansing, you will need an expert who knows how to find "hidden molds" that often go undetected by basic mold inpsections.
Black mold tends to grow in patchy / clumped areas. best way to remove it is dispose of the removable items or cut out that area of wall board. Smaller areas less than 5 SF and there are no health issues to worry about are often easily addressed this way.
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.
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.
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.