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The Best Mold Removal Companies in Monmouth County NJ Are the Ones Proven Safe To Hire

Mold removal companies in Monmouth County NJ that bear The Prime Buyer's Report TOP 10 symbol are those mold remediation contractors proven by our independent research to have passed the TOP 10 criteria for competency and value, carry liability insurance as protection for you the customer, who use only employees legal to work in the U.S., and for whom our staff has called previous customers to verify high satisfaction with them for mold remediation in Monmouth County NJ, including mold testing services, mold abatement, mold sampling, and mold assessment services.

 

Updated April 12, 2018

 The TOP 10 Mold Removal Companies in Monmouth County NJ

Basement Waterproofing Solutions
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(732) 721-4900
10 South River Rd, Ste 5
Cranbury, NJ 08512
NJ License: 13VH06905800, NY License: 2018763
   Prime Buyer's Report TOP 10 IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration) BHA (Basement Health Association) CMR (Certified Microbial Remediator)

Areas Served: New Jersey including Monmouth County
Services: mold removal, mold remediation incl. HEPA air filtration of mold spores, moisture ...
Key Brands: Bilco, Santa Fe Dehumidifiers, Zoeller

Environmental Diagnostic
8 Lorraine Dr
Neptune, NJ 07753

Areas Served: Eatontown NJ,West Freehold NJ,Marlboro NJ,Holmdel NJ,Tinton Falls NJ,Monmouth County
Services: mold remediation, HEPA air scrubbing, mold spore removal

Four Star Construction & General Contractors LLC
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(201) 505-1555, Get 10% Off By Saying You Saw it in The Prime Buyer's Report
305 Chestnut Ridge Rd
Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07677
NJ Lic# BVH00419100 NY Lic# 1355342
   Prime Buyer's Report TOP 10 EPA Lead Safe Certified

Areas Served: Bergen County incl. Woodcliff Lake NJ, Teaneck NJ, Paramus NJ, Hackensack NJ, Fort ...
Services: general contractors & full service construction company, residential & commercial

Enviro Remediation
2150 Highway 35 # 250
Sea Girt, NJ 08750

Areas Served: Monmouth County NJ,Tinton Falls NJ,Marlboro New Jersey,Manalapan NJ,Wall NJ,Hazlet NJ
Services: mold removal contractor for mold remediation, fungus removal

A&B Environmental Service
24 Mechanic St
Red Bank, NJ 07701

Areas Served: Monmouth County NJ,Freehold NJ,Marlboro NJ,Long Branch NJ,Marlboro NJ,Red Bank NJ
Services: mold services incl. mold abatement, mold removal & cleaning

Firstclean
186 Pinebrook Rd
Tinton Falls, NJ 07724

Areas Served: Marlboro NJ,Long Branch NJ,Monmouth County NJ,Freehold NJ,Manalapan NJ,Holmdel NJ
Services: mold inspection, mold abatement, mold spore removal

The Best Mold Removal Companies in Monmouth County NJ Are the Ones Proven Safe To Hire 

Mold are fungi, of which many different species exist in New Jersey. Mold grows by digesting and destroying the material it grows on, and it reproduces by making spores. When these spores become airborne, they contanimate other areas and material with new mold growth and can cause health problems when inhaled by the people and pets in a home or building.

Mold often grows unnoticed above ceilings and behind walls, and it can cause extensive structural damage when the mold is living on, feeding off of and breaking down studs and joists. Mold needs moisture, and the source of that moisture can be leaks, high humidity, or condensation inside walls due to poor insulation and other factors.

Indentifying mold should begin with a visual mold inspection during which sources of excess moisture should be identified, as they will need to be corrected to prevent mold from returning even if removed. A mold inspection should be looking for discoloration that continues to grow or change color, or the musty smell associated with mold growth. Many good mold remediation companies in Monmouth County and the surrounding areas can provide mold inspections along with repair and remediation services.

If a visual inspection reveals mold, mold testing maynot be necessary. But if a mold inspection does not find mold but it is still suspected, then mold testing might be required. Mold sampling can be done by collecting samples from dust, the air, and building materials and can also let a mold consultant determine the mold species present, the concentrations, and if it is actively growing. Additional testing can include an evaluation of the relative humidity in the building and taking moisture readings of materials in suspected areas.

Results of a mold inspection and assessment should be provided in a final report that contains three components:

1. Summary of the mold inspection done

    Summarizes the scope of the mold inspection performed and specifies the areas which were inspected. Details the techniques which were used to do the mold assessment.

2. Summary of the mold conditions
    Summation of the mold growth including specific locations, estimated size of the area impacted and the substrates contaminated with mold growth.

3. Summary of the moisture conditions
    Indentifies the source(s) of water and/or moisture intrusion and specifies actions that need to be taken to remove the moisture and prevent it from recurring.

Steps for Mold Remediation Services in Monmouth County NJ

Indentify and correct the source of moisture allowing mold growth.

Remove and/or clean mold contaminated materials.

Remove the mold and completely dry the area before doing any renovation or replacement work.

Clean up the mold once it has been killed since dead mold can still cause allergies.

 

 

How to Choose Mold Removal Contractors in Monmouth County 

Step 1: Describe the Mold Removal Services Needed
Go through the events that caused the mold growth or mold damage, if known. Write down these details, as well as listing the damage you can detect with your limited resources (most likely your eyes and nose). This way, local mold remediation contractors will know where to start when they visit for the preliminary estimate and/or diagnosis. Make sure you are consistent with each Monmouth County NJ mold removal contractor so they all have a chance to create an equally informed diagnosis, recommendation, and bid for mold mitigation services.

Step 2: Question Mold Removal Companies & Answer Their Questions
There are some important items you should straighten out in an interview with local mold removal companies. Try to gauge technical ability, level of experience, and of course, price as you talk with local mold remediation services in Monmouth County or your location. Use the questions below to formulate your own.

• How long have the mold removal and remediation services been in the business of mold removal in and around Monmouth County?

• How many mold removal jobs have the mold services completed in Monmouth County?

• Have the local mold testing, removal, and repair services dealt with the level of severity and complexity that my mold or water damage presents?

• Do the mold testing and remediation companies perform diagnosis as well as clean-up?

• Do the mold companies have similar references in the Monmouth County area?

• How do the local mold removal services calculate the cost of their work?

• How long should it take to remove the mold and repair the damage?

• Will you have to leave your home or busienss for the duration of the work?

• Do the mold removal companies expect to have to repeat the mold removal treatments?

• Do the mold removal services in Monmouth County carry workers' compensation and liability insurance? Are all of the people associated with the company that will be on my property covered by that insurance policy?

• Will the mold remitigation contractors in Monmouth County or throughout Monmouth County provide a written estimate for the mold removal services?

• What type of warranty do the mold repair contractors provide?

• Will permits be needed? If so, who will be responsible for getting them?

• Do the Monmouth County mold removal companies and their employees do the work, or do the mold services hire subcontractors for any portion of the mold removal and repair work?

• Will the mold remediation companies in Monmouth County provide a written contract?


Write down the answers you receive from each contractor. Do their answers mirror your needs? Are they detailed and thorough? Is there a genuine concern for your health and comfort? A local mold cleanup contractor who just goes through the motions might not apply the care and attention to detail you require.

Step 3: Make a Preliminary Decision on a Mold Removal Service
After you've interviewed some mold remediation contractors serving the Monmouth County area, including Monmouth County, read through your notes. Using the information you've gathered, develop a rough criteria of expectations for your mold removal expert and compare them to the conversations you have with your interviewees. The closest matches will be your best candidates. But also consider the working relationship you would have with each mold removal contractor. If you can't work together, the job will suffer and you may not get the outcome you expect or want.

Step 4: Final Research on Mold Remediation Contractors in Monmouth County
After you've identified the best mold remediation contractors in Monmouth County for your purposes, do some final research. Verify all required credentials, including licensing, insurance and certifications such as AIAQC, CMRS, IAQA, IICRC and contractor licensing. Also visit sites that can help you measure quality, like the Better Business Bureau and other agencies dealing with contractors and local mold removal services.

Step 5: Make the Final Decision on a Mold Removal Company
Now it's time to select your mold cleanup contractor and arrange to begin work. Call with any final questions and ask for the company's representative to provide a written and signed pricing, timing, quality, and warranty agreement. Make sure everything is agreed upon before signing.

 

 

Tips About Mold Removal in Monmouth County 

Time is of the Essence.
When it comes to water or flooding in your home or business, remediation should occur as soon as possible. Mold growth can occur within 24 to 48 hours, and if given the chance to spread, it can produce volatile organic compounds, allergens, and mycotoxins that can be harmful to your health.

Carefully Choose Your Mold Removal Contractor.
Proper restoration of your home is important to you, so don't settle for just any mold cleanup contractor. If you're selective about your choice of a local mold remediation contractor, any growth is more likely to be completely eradicated.

Describe the Job in Detail.
You'll probably have better luck finding the most suitable Monmouth County mold removal contractor if you assess the damage first. Walk around the affected area and make notes about what you see, any health related symptoms you've experienced, and the events that lead up to the damage. Then show or read this summary to each mold remediation contractor. Since each candidate will see the same description of the damage, you can be sure that the responses to your project are based on the same information. Then you can better judge which mold removal contractor in Monmouth County or your area can give you the best responses to your consistent description.

Collect Several Estimates.
Get estimates from several different mold remediation contractors in Monmouth County. While this can help you get a fair assessment of price range, that's not all it's for. A sampling of estimates can also give you an idea of each local mold removal contractor's industry knowledge, integrity, and customer service skills.

Get it in Writing.
As with any contractor agreements, document everything thoroughly. Make sure that your chosen mold cleanup contractor can provide you with a written description of the work, pricing and a timeframe for completion.

Do Your Homework Before You Sign An Agreement.
Before you hire a mold remediation contractor in Monmouth County, make sure all licensing, workers' compensation and liability insurances are valid and current. Confirm any other relevant credentials as well.

Maintain Great Communication During The Work.
Ensure that your mold cleanup work is going as smoothly as possible. In order to do this, keep the lines of communication open between you and your mold remediation contractor. This requires effort from both parties, so do your part. Don't assume anything and call with any questions you may have.

Agree in Advance to Check the Work.
Though, for the most part, you won't be able to visually verify that the mold remediation services were done correctly, you still need to make sure your mold removal contractor has completed every task that was promised. Go over the itemized contract and confirm that every term was fulfilled. If they believe the problem to be eradicated, discuss warranty and safety information, as well as remodeling options.You may also request that post-cleanup mold testing is done to verify that all mold, spores, and remnants have been removed and your home is clean of mold spores and residue.

Know Your Rights.
Consumers have some special rights depending on where they live. You're dealing with mold remediation contractors in Monmouth County, so you can check out the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs.

 

 

Resources for Mold Removal Services in Monmouth County 

Associations & Licensing Relevant to Mold in Monmouth County NJ
AIAQC American Indoor Air Quality Council www.iaqcouncil.org
AIHA American Industrial Hygiene Association www.aiha.org
ASCR Association of Specialists in Cleaning and Restoration www.ascr.org
BBB Better Business Bureau www.bbb.com
CIAQA California Indoor Air Quality Program www.cal-iaq.org
CSLB Contractors State License Bureau www.cslb.ca.gov
DCA California Department of Consumer Affairs www.dca.ca.gov
Diamond Certified www.diamondcertified.org
EPA Environmental Protection Agency www.epa.gov
ERRA Environmental Risk Resources Association www.erraonline.org
IAQA Indoor Air Quality Association www.iaqa.org
IICRC Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification www.iicrc.org
NAMP National Association of Mold Professionals www.moldpro.org


Media & Web Resources Relevant to Mold Removal in Monmouth County NJ
Cleaning and Restoration Magazine
Cleaning Maintenance and Management Magazine
HAZMAT Magazine
Mold and Moisture Management Magazine
Restoration and Remediation Magazine
Risk Management Magazine


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Asbury Park, Robertsville, Strathmore, West Freehold, Keansburg, Union Beach, Marlboro, Freehold, West Long Branch, Hazlet, Fair Haven, Tinton Falls, Neptune City, Wall, Lincroft, Holmdel, Matawan, Manalapan, Ramtown, Manasquan, Morganville, Aberdeen, Red Bank, Yorketown, Long Branch, Little Silver, Rumson, Oceanport, Upper Freehold, Eatontown, Belmar, East Freehold, Keyport and Colts Neck

 

 

 

 

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