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August 16, 2018

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

Companies for mold removal in Monmouth County NJ who 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.

 

The TOP 10 Mold Removal Companies in Monmouth County NJ

Basement Waterproofing Solutions

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(732) 721-4900
638 Route 9 South
Freehold, NJ 07728
NJ License: 13VH06905800, NY License: 2018763
  • Prime Buyer's Report TOP 10
  • BHA (Basement Health Association)
  • CMR (Certified Microbial Remediator)
  • IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration)

Areas Served: Staten Island NY
Services: mold removal, mold remediation incl. HEPA air filtration of mold…
Key Brands: Bilco, Santa Fe Dehumidifiers, Zoeller

A&B Environmental Service

24 Mechanic St
Red Bank, NJ 07701

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

Environmental Diagnostic

8 Lorraine Dr
Neptune, NJ 07753

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

Enviro Remediation

2150 Highway 35 # 250
Sea Girt, NJ 08750

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

Four Star Construction & General Contractors LLC

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(201) 505-1555
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,…
Services: general contractors & full service construction company, residential & commercial

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

The state of New Jersey does not require any state license required for mold removal in Monmouth County NJ, so there is no state standard for competency among mold remediation services. As an unregulated industry, there is also no state mandate requiring a company to first show proof of liability insurance or workers comp insurance as protection for the consumer before performing mold remediation in Monmouth County NJ, which is a significant issue since you will be on the hook for property damages or for worker injuries that occur on your property for those mold removal companies who do not have coverage.

So there's no guarantee that any company for mold removal in Monmouth County NJ is even competent, is doing business ethically, delivering value, or satisfying customers.

This makes it all the more significant that all services for mold removal in Monmouth County NJ that bear The Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have been cleared by our research staff as passing all the requirements for Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 status such as research phone calls to previous customers to verify high satisfaction, proof of liability insurance and workers comp insurance for your protection, good complaint record, sufficient time in business, only employees legal to work in the U.S., and more.

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

Mold often grows unnoticed above ceilings and behind walls and 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 can be leaks, high humidity or condensation inside walls due to poor insulation.

Indentifying mold should begin with a visual mold inspection during which sources of excess moisture should be sought 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.

If a visual inspection reveals mold, mold testing should not be necessary. But if a mold inspection does not find mold but 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

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.