Mold Remediation in New Jersey

Do you know why our home state of New Jersey is prone to mold? It turns out that although our NJ license plates showcase “Liberty and Prosperity”, we also have a lot of issues with “Air Quality and Humidity”. Mold problems in the Garden State may be more common than you think!

When facing mold growing on any part of a property, New Jersey residents need to prioritize removing it safely and immediately. Did you know that mold issues can start spreading through a building in as little as 24-48 hours? Don’t risk property damage and negative health effects. Contact AAA Lead Professionals: we’re always ready to respond to a call and offer top-quality mold inspection and testing, mold removal services, and mold remediation services in NJ right when you need them.

Our range of mold and environmental services is offered across NY, Philadelphia, and all of New Jersey. This includes Ocean County, Monmouth County, Essex County, Bergen County, Union County, Morris County, Atlantic County, Cape May County, Sussex County, Somerset County, and more. No matter what area of the TriState area you’re in, AAA Lead Pros is here to take care of your asbestos testing, asbestos removal, lead testing, lead removal, water damage, fire restoration, and other environmental cleanup services beyond mold.

Why You Should Hire a Professional for Mold Remediation NJ

Mold remediation is not a “DIY job”, or even something to entrust to a casual contractor or home renovation company. It requires professional training, chemicals, and equipment. Mold is incredibly easy to spread, as it is carried by many invisible microscopic spores that are easily moved by air currents or physical contact. When inhaled, mold spores can lead to health problems. Most importantly, as mold can grow on almost any organic matter, it can quickly infest belongings, furniture, and other spaces in the house when the source of the issue is not eliminated.

Treating mold improperly or applying a “band-aid solution” that doesn’t address the root cause of the issue only creates additional costs and stress for NJ residents looking to keep their environment clean and healthy. It’s safer to get your mold inspections and mold remediation services done properly, once and for all.

How to Know if You Need Mold Remediation in NJ

If you’ve been experiencing any of the below, give us a call. We’ll answer any questions you have and set up a custom plan for thoroughly dealing with the mold in your NJ home. Rest assured our AAA Professionals will be quick, effective, and dedicated when providing you solutions for the following:

  • Visible signs of mold
  • A mold test or inspection has found a mold issue in your home
  • Water, dampness, or excess humidity
  • You unsuccessfully tried to get rid of mold by yourself
  • Moving into a new property and discovering mold
  • Signs of leaks or previous water damage to the walls or building
  • Allergies, breathing difficulties, fatigue, or a general sense of being unwell that are location-specific or otherwise unexplained
  • Carpets or furniture in rooms have a musty smell and never quite feel dry
  • An existing mold growth that keeps coming back or getting worse

What are Mold Removal & Mold Remediation?

Mold removal is the process of physically cleaning the surfaces that are affected by mold. In cases where the growth has developed beyond what we can surface clean and thoroughly, the infected material must be removed. This may often refer to insulation, drywall, wood, or materials like caulk or fabric, which are porous or under which mold may reach crevices that are difficult to clean.

That’s all fun and games until your mold comes back because invisible mold spores are still around and the conditions that lead to you having too much mold in the first place are unsolved. That’s where mold remediation comes in. This is the process of addressing conditions in the environment necessary for successful mold abatement (the ending, reduction, or lessening of excessive mold levels). Basically, mold remediation means an action plan to make sure your mold issue is solved, not just temporarily cleaned up.

Our Mold Remediation NJ Process

Whether our clients have residential or commercial needs, the friendly certified professionals at AAA Lead Pro follow strict guidelines to ensure your disinfection and plan to prevent mold recurrence are successful. After your mold inspection and testing are complete, our technicians will provide an analysis of the lab results, so you can understand the conditions of mold growth in your building.

  1. After mold inspectors assess your home or business, we refer to the inspector report to physically clean mold present in any room, such as the walls, ceilings, roof, shower walls, basement, attic, crawl space, or wood materials.
  2. Certified mold remediation specialists then treat the area displaying symptoms of past, present, or future mold growth. They may use anti-microbial solutions to inhibit mold cell development.
  3. The direct cause of the conditions encouraging mold growth must be addressed and resolved. For example, using dehumidifiers and replacing old, faulty appliances causing condensation.
  4. A clearance test will confirm indoor air quality inside the property is back to normal and mold presence is at safe levels.

The AAA Guarantee

You can ask anyone to come look at your house and say “Yes, that’s mold.” Many of them will be happy to charge you for an incomplete mold inspection, or do a rushed job covering it up. After that, there’s not a lot you can do to get your time or money back, and you still have to deal with your mold problem – that may have gotten more severe in the meantime. That’s why concerned New Jersey residents are better off getting a fully qualified, thoroughly trained, and certified professional mold services company like us.

If you have a concern about the presence of mold or other environmental pollutants in your home or business property in New Jersey, don’t hesitate to ask your neighborhood experts here at AAA Lead Pros. We’ve been servicing the Tri-State area with a 5-star attitude since our founding in 2009. It’s important to get mold remediation NJ trusts: see real reviews from our satisfied customers.

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Any insurance company or healthcare provider will urge you to find certified mold specialists who adhere to EPA regulations during the remediation process. To truly get rid of mold, you need removal professionals. A certified mold remediation is worth every penny, especially as AAA Mold Consultations are always free. Trust us – mold problems cost less the sooner you deal with them.

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FAQ

Can I Remove Mold Myself?

In the case of a very small amount of surface mold, you could carefully try to clean it yourself with household cleaners and equipment such as gloves and a mask. This process would amount to wiping the mold off from affected surfaces. However, we don’t recommend treating a mold problem yourself.

Why? Because this can result in mold cross-contaminating other areas, even spreading into the structural foundations of your building. If your mold issue turns out to be more than surface level (for example, if it’s spread inside walls without you realizing, or growing under the caulking of your sink or shower), you may be delaying true treatment and allowing the mold to progress in your home while you’re under the impression that it’s gone.

How Much Does Mold Removal Cost in NJ?

It is difficult to estimate the cost of mold removal and remediation services without seeing the extent and nature of the damage, determining the cause of the mold and thus what’s needed to solve the issue, and identifying what tools and materials are needed to do the job. The best way to save money on mold removal is to take action immediately. The longer you wait and the worse your mold gets, the more your mold remediation will cost.

What to Do When You Find Mold at Home:

  1. Turn off any fans, HVAC system, or other air-moving appliances.
  2. Keep family, residents and/or animals out of the affected area.
  3. Keep the door and any windows leading into the rest of the building closed.
  4. Try to determine the source of water or moisture. Take steps to stop it if possible.
  5. Don’t disturb or touch the mold.
  6. Don’t spray disinfectants or bleach on the mold.
  7. Call AAA Lead Pros for your free consultation and we’ll advise you on next steps.

Why Should I Care About Indoor Air Quality in NJ?

Both outdoor and indoor air affect the air quality of your home, and there are still significant air quality issues in New Jersey, despite the efforts of the 1963 federal Clean Air Act and 1954 state Air Pollution Control Act. Beyond helping to identify and sanitize your home’s indoor air, so you can avoid inhaling mold and other potentially toxic substances, the indoor air quality test your New Jersey mold inspection should provide will also address controlling moisture indoors.

An excess water problem indoors (like from a water leak) is one of the most commonly reported causes for mold issues. However, water leaks aren’t the only reason your RH (relative humidity) may be too high. It could be a window left open on a wet day, too little ventilation as you went on vacation, or condensation from pipes and appliances in hot weather. Even a small damp spot can encourage the tiny spores found everywhere in the air to begin growing indoors. These molds reproduce, mold contamination may start to spread through the property, and allergic reactions may occur. For some people, allergic responses to mold exposure may be more severe, such as asthma attacks or skin rash from touching mold.

Besides mold concerns, clean indoor air quality is a basic metric of good living quality in a healthy home, especially in states with high pollution levels like NJ.

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