Gloucester Township Mold Removal
Cleaning & Restoration Services
Mold, Water, Fire & Radon
Water, Fire and Mold Removal/Mitigation
It can be very stressful having mold, water damage or a fire in your home. Our company has all of the proper knowledge, certifications and equipment to help you with your restoration needs. We carry certifications through the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification) in Water Damage Restoration, Applied Structural Drying, Journeyman Water Restorer, Certified Mold Inspector, Mold Removal , Applied Microbial Restoration, Fire & Smoke Restoration, Odor Control, Journeyman Textile Cleaner, Carpet Cleaning, and Upholstery & Fabric which ensures you have come to the right place.
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There are 2 types of Mold Tests that we can perform to determine “if” you have mold and what type of mold, as well as the severity of your situation.
1. Swab Test: Swab Testing provides instant on site results and is usually performed when you can see physical mold growth. This test includes 3 swabs for$189.99. Additional swabs can be purchased for $10.00 each.
2. Air Quality: Air quality testing provides a detailed lab report. This form of mold testing is performed when mold is suspected with no visible growth. Air Quality Testing includes 2 cartridges for $289.99. One of the cartridges is collected outside for a controlled specimen, the other cartridge is collected inside the suspected level/area of the home. Additional cartridges can be purchased for $99.99 each. Lab results will be provided in 3-5 business days. When the lab report is received from the lab a Specialist will contact you to discuss the results.
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Both of these tests will help to determine what type of remediation work will need to be performed. This will help to determine the source of your situation so that it can be fixed to prevent from further damage.
At the time the Mold Test is performed, a Certified Technician will take proper documentation to be able to provide you with a free remediation estimate.
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Having water indoors is an abnormal condition and can contribute to a number of issues. The damage to the wet areas and health implications increase the longer the materials remain wet. Always contact a professional such as Nash Everett for water extraction and to dry out the structure properly.
Hiring a professional really makes a difference ensuring the area and structure is properly dried out.
We use state-of-the-art drying equipment such as industrial carpet dryers and dehumidifiers. Each water damage situation is unique and may require different steps in remediating your home during the process. Water damage can catch you off guard and usually happens at the most inconvenient time. When you call us, anytime, day or night, you will have peace of mind knowing you called the right professionals.
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Effect of Abnormal Water: Water indoors is an abnormal condition and can cause or contribute to a number of problems. There are progressive stages of indoor water damage:
1.) Water migrates into areas not originally affected. Water spreads laterally into adjoining rooms, penetrates materials below, and/or wicks up into porous materials above. It is best to evaluate all affected areas, not just areas with visible saturation.
2.) Saturated materials begin swelling as they absorb moisture. In many situations, drying and restoration will restore them, but in others, the damage may be permanent. Rapid drying will help reduce the chance of permanent damage.
3.) As water evaporates it causes abnormally high humidity. High humidity can damage some porous materials, if allowed to continue. It is best to reduce the indoor humidity to between 25% and 45% RH quickly, to help prevent humidity damage and reduce the likelihood of fungal growth.
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Investigating hidden mold problems may be difficult and will require a certified professional. Caution must be used when the investigation involves disturbing potential sites of mold growth. For example, removal of wallpaper can lead to a massive release of spores if there is mold growing on the underside of the wallpaper.
There are many ways to control moisture in your home. We recommend the following steps to prevent mold in your home:
•Fix leaks and seepage.
•Put a plastic cover over dirt in crawlspaces.
•Use exhaust fans in bathrooms and kitchens.
•Turn off certain appliances (such as humidifiers or kerosene heaters) if you notice moisture on windows and other surfaces.
•Use dehumidifiers and air conditioners, especially in hot, humid climates, to reduce moisture in the air.
•Raise the temperature of cold surfaces where moisture condenses.
•Use insulation or storm windows. (A storm window installed on the inside works better than one installed on the outside.)
•Open doors between rooms, especially closet doors, colder than the room they are located in.
•Be sure that your house has a source of fresh air and can expel excessive moisture from the home.
•Pay special attention to carpet on concrete floors. Carpet on concrete flooring can absorb moisture.
•Use area rugs which can be removed and washed often.