Expert Mold Inspection
Do you think you have a mold issue in your home? If you do, don’t take a DIY approach to remediating it. Instead, you’ll want to call the experts to ensure that it’s properly diagnosed, removed and that any underlying issues were also resolved so that it doesn’t come back again.
We specialized with removing NYC HPD violations.
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We’re the experts when it comes to mold inspection, mold testing and remediation. And as experts, you can rest assured that any mold issue — no matter how great or how small — was properly eliminated and won’t be coming back again when we leave a job. We use the latest equipment, remediation techniques and we follow the IICRC S520 Standard for Professional Mold Remediation. Most importantly, we’ll resolve the issue completely. We’re the experts, after all.
We are licensed by NY state as mols assessment company and service all 5 boroughs.
Local Law: What You Need to Know
It’s one thing if you suspect mold Is growing in your home and you want it removed, but it’s another thing if you’re running a multi-family building in New York City. If the latter is the case, then by law you must have the building inspected by a New York state licensed mold assessor at least once a year. We’re licensed assessors, and we can help keep your property in compliance with New York City Housing Preservation and Development, so you don’t receive any sort of mold violation.
WE’RE MOLD EXPERTS, BUT WE DON’T JUST TALK THE TALK, WE WALK THE WALK TOO. WE DON’T USE THE TERM “EXPERTS” LIGHTLY WHEN IT COMES TO A MOLD ASSESSMENT OR MOLD REMOVAL, BECAUSE MOLD IS SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE TAKEN VERY SERIOUSLY — BOTH FOR YOUR PROPERTY’S SAKE AND FOR YOUR HEALTH. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR MOLD INSPECTION, ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION SERVICES, CONTACT US TODAY.
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Common Signs and Symptoms of Mold Growth
Most people just see mold as something unsightly that can damage property and impact a building’s structural integrity. But mold can pose many more dire consequences, specifically as it pertains to occupant or resident health.
For instance, some of the common health symptoms of mold exposure include increased allergic reactions, coughing and wheezing, red eyes, skin irritation and even upper respiratory issues. It’s a big part of the reason why multi-family buildings in New York City require annual mold inspections, but identifying mold around a personal residence might be a little bit more difficult, especially if there are no visible signs of growth. Here’s a look at what you should be looking out for to determine if you have a mold problem in your home:
- Strange, musty smells.
- Any unusual allergic reactions that occupants may be experiencing without an obvious underlying reason.
- Discoloration on walls and drywall.
- Previous documented water problems on the property.
- Noticeable condensation around the home.
- Higher water bills might indicate a leak inside of a wall cavity.