The nature of mold allows it grow on nearly any and every surface. Seemingly minor mold growth can be worse than it appears, and it can quickly develop into a major contamination. Neglected mold growth could be leaving you, your family, and your home vulnerable to the dangerous side effects. Mold can release mycotoxins that are potentially toxic to you and your family. The water damage stimulating the mold growth will diminish the structural integrity of your home. Bottomline, mold should be addressed promptly by a certified NJ mold removal professional.
If there are signs indicating potential mold development in your home or business, you need to consider contacting a certified mold professional to complete a mold inspection in Burlington, NJ. Mold is a bio-contaminant that should be handled by a certified professional who will have the necessary skills, training, and tools to safely handle your mold contamination.
MasterTech inspectors are thoroughly trained and certified to accurately report on your specific mold situation. Through the use of moisture meters, thermal imaging readers, and mold testing, our inspector will be able to safely diagnose your mold problem and prescribe an appropriate mold remediation plan.
MasterTech always has you and your family’s safety and best interest in mind. Our team is committed to providing the safest and most effective mold removal in Burlington NJ. We have made every effort to strategically integrate the safest and most up-to-date mold removal tools, techniques, and research into the development of our step-by-step mold removal and remediation process.
MasterTech’s mold remediation process is made up of 12 detailed and strategic steps to ensure that your Burlington, NJ mold contamination properly removed to the highest standard from start to finish. As proof of our commitment to doing the job right, we always complete post verification testing to confirm that the job just done correctly. We also back every mold remediation in Burlington, NJ with a 5-year mold-free warranty.
Unwanted water intrusion will not always be as straightforward as a major leak or flooding. Sometimes, humidity, condensation and poor air circulation will provide an adequate water sources for mold development. Basement foundation walls are mostly underground and are prone to seepage or leakage through tiny pores and cracks.
The first sign of water intrusion is usually water staining or efflorescence. Efflorescence is the white, powdery substance that develops on the foundation wall surface. It is the result of water or vapor seepage which forces soluble salts and minerals to the surface. While efflorescence is not mold, but it is a sign of water or moisture seepage which can cause mold. If you are detecting signs of mold growth or if your basement has a history of moisture problems, you should contact a certified professional to have your basement inspected.
Most crawl spaces contain perfect conditions to support mold growth. Porous building materials and poor building envelope design play a huge role in most crawl space mold in Burlington, NJ. Many crawl spaces are poorly vented with undersized wall vents. Although this seemed like a great idea years ago when they were introduced and added to the construction code, they have made moisture and mold issues worse. In spring and summer, crawl space vents introduce warm air into cool crawl spaces causing condensation on wood and masonry building materials. The same effect happens during cold seasons – only in the opposite order.
The combination of heat and poor ventilation can cause Burlington, NJ attic mold. If not properly ventilated, moist air gets trapped and infuses itself into the attic sheathing and rafters. This moist air can also increase airborne mold spore levels which can settle into insulation and on belongings stored in your attic. Proper mold remediation techniques are important to ensure that attic mold doesn’t cross-contaminate the inhabitable areas below during cleanup. Our process also minimizes or eliminates dark staining left behind by moisture.
Most mold contamination in interior spaces is caused by water leaks, flooring or broken pipes. But humidity alone can cause mold to develop in an interior space with poor air circulation or a lack of air conditioning. If you suspect mold in your home or business, don’t wait to have it checked. Depending on the degree of contamination, your mold problem may require an invasive or non-invasive approach. Invasive involves the removal of building materials like drywall, insulation or carpeting. Non-invasive mold remediation involves cleaning building materials as opposed to removing them. In most cases, if drywall, insulation or carpeting is affected by mold, it has to be removed and replaced.
Do not leave mold problems unaddressed. If you are concerned about a mold contamination in your home or business, call MasterTech today to learn more about mold inspections and mold removal in Burlington County, NJ.
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