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Nash Everett
Mold Removal & Mold inspection Company
Mold Inspection & Mold Testing Company in New Jersey

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Nash Everett: Mold Removal in Galloway Township

Thinking About Buying, Renting or Leasing Your Own Property Out? Have A Mold Inspection or Mold Removal Performed Before You Do.
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At Nash Everett we are committed on helping our clients discover and understand issues on mold. We DO NOT perform mold remediations/removals, we only perform mold testing and mold inspections, for homeowners and businesses throughout Galloway Township, NJ areas, this assures our clients that there’s No Conflict of Interest.

As a Mold Inspection and Mold Testing company, we take great pride in our reputation and always provide quality work for our clients, that’s how we have earned the trust and respect of numerous customers over the years, our friendly and knowledgeable staff and technicians are always respectful of your specific needs.

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Our Certified Mold Inspectors goal, is to find out if an unusual mold condition exists at the property with A mold inspection and mold testing, to determine why and where it is occurring, and to determine what needs to be done to properly correct the mold problem. At Nash Everett we offer viable and non-viable mold sampling to assist in the investigation, depending on the objectives of air sampling, the data required and the questions these data are intended to answer, see mold testing page for details. After the mold investigation you will receive a detailed mold inspection report including mold remediation protocols and lab results interpretation.

We have years of experience in mold removal , mold remediation, mold testing, mold inspections, serving the Galloway Township, NJ areas. Our mold inspectors are trained and certified in all of the industries standards and techniques. All the equipment we use are up to date including IR Cameras to detected temperature differences on a surface which may indicate a moisture problem and Bore scopes to check and take picture inside wall cavities or inaccessible areas.

Reasons to Have A Mold Inspection or Mold Testing
•Recent Flooding
•Visible Mold
•Musty Oder
•Health Concerns
•Piece of Mind
•Property Transactions
•Indoor Air Quality
•Mold Species Identification (Allergy)

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Mold Prevention, Tools & Tips
The main things mold needs to grow in a home or offices are organic materials to feed on and moisture. In houses or offices there are always plenty of organic materials for mold to live on such as wood, drywall and various other building materials. Moisture, and humidity on the other hand, can be controlled practically and so keeping the moisture in your home low is the best way to prevent mold growth. Prevent Mold by Preventing Moisture most molds need 24-48 hours of moisture to begin to grow. Therefore, if a suitable material in your home is wet for more than 24 hours then you run the risk of mold starting to grow.

Keep an eye on the humidity levels. Mold grows where there’s moisture, so keeping your house dry is one of the most important ways to prevent mold. Purchase a hygrometer for your home or office, like this one AcuRite 00613 Indoor Humidity Monitor as this will measure the moisture levels inside. Ideally, you want to keep the humidity level in your house below 60 percent to prevent mold growth.

Run a dehumidifier. Prevent mold by reducing humidity. A dehumidifier will remove any moisture from the air that you aren’t able to prevent, remember that humidity levels in your home of office should always be below 60%. A dehumidifier like this one 50-pint Dehumidifier with Patented Pump will help you control the humidity in the house or office. It’s particularly important to have dehumidifiers in damp areas, such as basements and crawl spaces or if you live in areas with high humidity like close to the ocean or lakes. •If you have a large home, consider setting up at least two dehumidifiers in different areas of the house

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Fix leaks. Prevent mold by preventing water leaks. Leaks are a main cause of moisture problems in a house, which can come from pipes, appliances, the roof, and faucets and taps. Inspect your home regularly for leaks and signs of water damage, using a inexpensive moisture meter like this one General Tools MMD4E Moisture Meter, Pin Type, Digital LCD and repair issues immediately. Don’t forget to check for leaks: •Under sinks •Around fridges, water coolers, and ice makers •Under floors, especially in the basement •Around air conditioners •Near toilets, tubs, and showers.

Wipe down the walls after bathing. Moisture from a shower or bath that sits on the walls of the shower or tub can lead to mold growth. The best way to stop this from happening is to wipe down the walls with a mold and mildew cleaner like this one Siamons International 025/326 Concrobium Mold Control Trigger Spray, 32-Ounceusing a sponge, towel, after every time you bathe. •It’s important to get your whole family on board with wiping down the walls after every shower.

Run Air Purifiers. Along with hepa vacuuming, air purifiers in your house or office like this one GermGuardian AC4825 3-in-1 Air Cleaning System with True HEPA Filter, UV-C Sanitizer and Odor Reduction, 22-Inch Tower Air Purifier Air Purifiers is one of the best and recommended ways to help to eliminate mold spores and odors in the air. Air purifiers can be particularly useful in damp areas like bathrooms, basements, and attics, as well as near entryways like doors and windows.

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Molds live in the soil, on plants, and on dead or decaying matter. Outdoors, molds play a key role in the breakdown of leaves, wood, and other plant debris. Molds belong to the kingdom Fungi, and unlike plants, they lack chlorophyll and must survive by digesting plant materials, using plant and other organic materials for food. Without molds, our environment would be overwhelmed with large amounts of dead plant matter.

Molds produce tiny spores to reproduce, just as some plants produce seeds. These mold spores can be found in both indoor and outdoor air, and settled on indoor and outdoor surfaces. When mold spores land on a damp spot, they may begin growing with in 24HRS and digesting whatever they are growing on in order to survive. Since molds gradually destroy the things they grow on, you can prevent further damage to building materials and furnishings by having a mold inspection performed and detecting the problem early.

Moisture control is the key to mold control. Molds need both food and water to survive, since molds can digest most things, water is the factor that limits mold growth. Molds will often grow in damp or wet areas indoors. Common sites for indoor mold growth include bathroom tile, basement walls, areas around windows where moisture condenses, and near leaky water fountains or sinks. Common sources or causes of water or moisture problems include roof leaks, deferred maintenance, condensation associated with high humidity or cold spots in the building, localized flooding due to plumbing failures or heavy rains, slow leaks in plumbing fixtures, and malfunction or poor design of humidification systems.

Uncontrolled humidity can also be a source of moisture leading to mold growth, particularly in hot, humid climates. Microbial Volatile Organic Compounds (mVOCs). Some compounds produced by molds are volatile and are released directly into the air. These are known as microbial volatile organic compounds (mVOCs). Because these compounds often have strong and/or unpleasant odors, they can be the source of odors associated with molds. Exposure to mVOCs from molds has been linked to symptoms such as headaches, nasal irritation, dizziness, fatigue, and nausea.

All molds have the potential to cause health effects. Molds produce allergens, irritants, and in some cases, toxins that may cause reactions in humans. The types and severity of symptoms depend, in part, on the types of mold present, the extent of an individual’s exposure, the ages of the individuals, and their existing sensitivities or allergies. Health problems, such as headaches, breathing difficulties, skin irritation, allergic reactions, and aggravation of asthma symptoms, all of these symptoms could potentially be associated with mold exposure.