Mold is not something you want around your home or business. Mold can release spores into the air that are hazardous to your health. That's why it's critical to stop mold growth quickly by calling on the most qualified professionals. Our professional mold remediation specialists can do whatever it takes to test for mold, get rid of the problem and restore your structure to as good as new!
Advanced Cleaning will restore your home or business by cleaning salvageable materials, demolition and removal of heavily molded materials, and reconstruction of any damaged structures. We will also clean and disinfect the space impacted. Not only will we remove the mold problem, we will also get to the root of the problem to prevent future mold growth. You can be sure that our certified mold specialists will test for and contain the problem and remove it as quickly and efficiently as possibly. We are 100% fully insured!
1. Is mold damage covered by insurance? Some insurance carriers cover mold cleanup. Many have a limitation in the amount they will pay as well as the covered causes. It is very important to review your insurance policy before calling in a claim.
2. How long does it take for mold to begin to grow after a water damage that is not properly dried? When water damage occurs, it typically takes 48 hours for mold to begin to grow. Mold exists in all environments, even the home, at relatively normal levels. Once water damage occurs, many of the environmental needs for mold growth exist. In the wall cavity, microbial growth is more prolific. This means that while you might save your deductible when cleaning up water damage yourself, you could cost yourself more in the long run in damage from improper drying. Even having a mold remediation company perform a moisture evaluation after yourself drying is better than not knowing.
3. I have a small patch of mold growth that does not seem to be growing to a larger area. Do I have to have a full-blown remediation? Most organizations and the EPA define a small area of mold growth as ten square feet. This typically does not require a mold remediation and can be easily cleaned up. However, it is always wise to have a visual inspection and moisture check by a mold remediation company.
4. Is it necessary to have mold testing done? There are two types of testing: pretesting and post testing. In certain circumstances, we recommend pretesting. However, our technicians are trained in inspection. This means that we can save you that cost. We feel that post testing is necessary for many reasons. Primarily, it ensures us and our clients that the mold remediation was thorough. This is important for the safety and health of our clients.
5. Can anyone guarantee the mold not come back? Guarantee of mold not returning is impossible. You can have liability insurance to protect you if you choose a company with mold specific liability insurance. However, the only thing that can be guaranteed is that the area is structurally dry and the mold levels are brought down to normal. It is the client’s job as a homeowner to ensure that whatever caused the problem to begin with has been corrected prior to remediation efforts.
6. Is there state licensing or regulations for mold? Does NJ have this?
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