Mold Remediation and Removal in Middlesex County, NJ
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Mold Remediation and Removal in Middlesex County, NJ

Are you a homeowner or property manager in Middlesex County with questions about mold removal and remediation? If so, Mold Doctor can answer your questions and take care of any mold problems you may have. For nearly two decades, Mold Doctor’s expert testing and remediation services have helped customers correct their mold issues using efficient and cost-effective methods.

Our highly trained professionals are licensed and certified in Mold, Bacteria, Indoor Air Quality and Microbial technologies. At Mold Doctor, we know how serious environmental issues can be. For this reason, we adhere to industry best practices and protocols whether you are a Middlesex County homeowner preparing to buy or sell a property, a professional property manager, a contractor, or a realtor. Our team is dedicated to helping you breathe easier and giving you and your family the peace of mind you deserve.

What Is Mold?

Middlesex County NJ Mold Remediation

Mold is a type of fungus that is present both outdoors and indoors. As a type of fungi, it can be helpful for the environment because it breaks down plant and animal matter. Unfortunately, mold often causes problems for homeowners because it grows almost anywhere you find moisture and organic matter such as in buildings and people’s homes.

As mold gathers, it gives off vapors that most people recognize as a musty odor. On surfaces it is usually detectable by its black, blue, or greenish color. Commonly, mold occurs where there is evidence of water damage or elevated humidity such as leaky pipes or windows. Damp areas such as bathrooms, crawl spaces, and basements are also perfect breeding grounds for mold spores. It can also attach itself to paper products, dust, insulation, fabric, carpet and upholstery.

How Does Mold Affect Your Health?

Mold can be a serious issue for homeowners and building managers because there are over 100 varieties that can be hazardous to our health. Luckily, however, only a few of these molds are commonly found inside. Usually, they fall into two categories: allergenic and mycotoxins. Allergenic molds are more troublesome for people with allergies and respiratory problems. As a result, they may suffer from sore throat, rashes, eye irritation, wheezing and shortness of breath. People with respiratory conditions such as asthma, or emphysema may experience more severe symptoms.

Toxic mold, on the other hand, affects everyone and long-term exposure can cause serious problems. Known symptoms of black mold exposure include sneezing and coughing; irritation to the eyes, nose and throat; recurring headaches; fatigue; and rashes. In case of prolonged exposure, more severe symptoms may appear such as vomiting, nausea and bleeding in the nose and lungs. Exposure to either type of mold is not healthy and long-term exposure is more serious. Toxic mold is most serious when children, elderly, immune comprised individuals, or recent surgery patients are exposed.

Before starting the mold remediation process, any sources of moisture or water must be addressed. Otherwise, the mold may soon return. A relatively minor mold issue can spread throughout a home of office building in as little as 48 hours. For this reason, our trained staff is on call waiting to respond to your needs. For emergency services, you can reach our president Tom Re, directly on his mobile phone at 908-456-2900. Our rapid response minimizes the mold damage and prevents problems in the future. It also controls the cost of remediation.

Servicing Middlesex County

We provide Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Removal in the following towns and surrounding areas in Middlesex County, New Jersey: Carteret, East Brunswick, Edison, Monroe Township, New Brunswick, Old Bridge, Perth Amboy, Piscataway, Plainsboro, Sayreville, North Brunswick, South Brunswick, South Plainfield, and Woodbridge.

For more information please contact us today at 866-MOLD-DOC or email us directly at info@molddoctor.com.

Mold Services Water Damage Fire Smoke Odor Damage Asbestos Removal Services Residential Mold Services Commercial Mold Services

Mold Remediation and Removal in Middlesex County, NJ

Are you a homeowner or property manager in Middlesex County with questions about mold removal and remediation? If so, Mold Doctor can answer your questions and take care of any mold problems you may have. For nearly two decades, Mold Doctor’s expert testing and remediation services have helped customers correct their mold issues using efficient and cost-effective methods.

Our highly trained professionals are licensed and certified in Mold, Bacteria, Indoor Air Quality and Microbial technologies. At Mold Doctor, we know how serious environmental issues can be. For this reason, we adhere to industry best practices and protocols whether you are a Middlesex County homeowner preparing to buy or sell a property, a professional property manager, a contractor, or a realtor. Our team is dedicated to helping you breathe easier and giving you and your family the peace of mind you deserve.

What Is Mold?

Middlesex County NJ Mold Remediation

Mold is a type of fungus that is present both outdoors and indoors. As a type of fungi, it can be helpful for the environment because it breaks down plant and animal matter. Unfortunately, mold often causes problems for homeowners because it grows almost anywhere you find moisture and organic matter such as in buildings and people’s homes.

As mold gathers, it gives off vapors that most people recognize as a musty odor. On surfaces it is usually detectable by its black, blue, or greenish color. Commonly, mold occurs where there is evidence of water damage or elevated humidity such as leaky pipes or windows. Damp areas such as bathrooms, crawl spaces, and basements are also perfect breeding grounds for mold spores. It can also attach itself to paper products, dust, insulation, fabric, carpet and upholstery.

How Does Mold Affect Your Health?

Mold can be a serious issue for homeowners and building managers because there are over 100 varieties that can be hazardous to our health. Luckily, however, only a few of these molds are commonly found inside. Usually, they fall into two categories: allergenic and mycotoxins. Allergenic molds are more troublesome for people with allergies and respiratory problems. As a result, they may suffer from sore throat, rashes, eye irritation, wheezing and shortness of breath. People with respiratory conditions such as asthma, or emphysema may experience more severe symptoms.

Toxic mold, on the other hand, affects everyone and long-term exposure can cause serious problems. Known symptoms of black mold exposure include sneezing and coughing; irritation to the eyes, nose and throat; recurring headaches; fatigue; and rashes. In case of prolonged exposure, more severe symptoms may appear such as vomiting, nausea and bleeding in the nose and lungs. Exposure to either type of mold is not healthy and long-term exposure is more serious. Toxic mold is most serious when children, elderly, immune comprised individuals, or recent surgery patients are exposed.

Before starting the mold remediation process, any sources of moisture or water must be addressed. Otherwise, the mold may soon return. A relatively minor mold issue can spread throughout a home of office building in as little as 48 hours. For this reason, our trained staff is on call waiting to respond to your needs. For emergency services, you can reach our president Tom Re, directly on his mobile phone at 908-456-2900. Our rapid response minimizes the mold damage and prevents problems in the future. It also controls the cost of remediation.

Servicing Middlesex County

We provide Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Removal in the following towns and surrounding areas in Middlesex County, New Jersey: Carteret, East Brunswick, Edison, Monroe Township, New Brunswick, Old Bridge, Perth Amboy, Piscataway, Plainsboro, Sayreville, North Brunswick, South Brunswick, South Plainfield, and Woodbridge.

For more information please contact us today at 866-MOLD-DOC or email us directly at info@molddoctor.com.

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