Certified Mold Remediation
Homes experiencing mold infestation are a danger to your health and your wallet. If not caught early, the effects of mold can be fatal. When it comes to such a risk, it is best to get a hold of professionals as soon as possible. NJ Mold Pros will gladly help with your mold remediation needs. Our team of certified technicians knows that mold is a very dangerous substance, and we want to keep you safe.
What Goes in a Mold Mediation?
Once an inspection has been conducted and tests show you have a mold problem, it is time to get down and dirty. Because mold is an extremely treacherous organism, it creates an unsafe environment for those who live and work in it. Cleaning tiny bits of mold is quite easy, as you can get disinfectants and sanitizers from your local store to get the job done; but once mold has grown and spread out from typical, easy to reach areas, experienced professionals need to be on-site to extract it.
Trying to clean large amounts of mold yourself can speed up its growth. Scrubbing, scraping, and other means of cleansing lunge spores into the air and make it easy to breathe in and spread to other areas. NJ Mold Pros have the necessary equipment to prevent this from happening and clear out all the molds in a safe, efficient way.
On-the-job equipment and machinery are used to eradicate mold in a matter of hours. Industrial air scrubbers, large dehumidifiers, and professional drying systems are all incorporated into our IICRC approved methods of mold removal. With that, any areas of the home that pose a threat will be addressed accordingly.
Older homes tend to possess dangerous materials like asbestos insulation and lead paint, whose effects can be exacerbated by mold and moisture. These hazardous materials will be disposed of properly and mold remediation will be underway.
Areas We Can Help:
As far as mold goes, it is easy for it to spread into the tiniest of spaces – lodging itself into every nook and cranny. NJ Mold Pros certified mold remediation services will help in every area in the home, including but not limited to: