Mold Remediation NJ

For some New Jersey occupants, mold remediation is a difficult procedure to understand . Making it much more troublesome is the anxiety that is regularly included when managing such a noteworthy home issue. Basically, Mold Remediation is a procedure that tries to evacuate any appearances of mold development or spores in a home. At Rest Easy, our mold remediation specialists can help you with stopping the spread of mold in your home and keep it from coming back.

We want to help you  stay away from the poor results and service that numerous families get when they hire a mold cleanup organization. Often we see these families come into our business requesting help after they have  invested a lot of energy and cash on something that could have been basic and anxiety free.

Dangerous toxic fungus mold on the ceiling in the room

Mold Remediation Protocol plans can vary from case to case depending on many aspects.  Such aspects include the mold contamination causes, affected area locations, containment methods, remediation and more.

As stated above, each mold remediation protocol is different, the following is just an example.

Mold Remediation Protocol

  1.   Use a negative air pressure containment system to seal off the building/home and all surrounding areas with 6 mil plastic.Seal and protect contents with 6 mil plastic to prevent cross contamination in home.
  2. Install three (3) CFM negative air scrubber in interior and attic of the home to remove airborne spores/particles and to further isolate the environment.Apply an EPA registered antimicrobial/antifungal disinfectant to affected areas within the interior.
  3. Removal of bathroom ceiling.
  4. Removal of hallway ceiling and all affected wood flooring.
  5. Removal of living room closet ceiling and all affected flooring.
  6. Removal of living room ceiling and all affected wood flooring.
  7. Removal of dining room ceiling and all affected wood floor.
  8. Removal of kitchen ceiling and interior wall.
  9. Removal of bedroom one (1) ceiling and all affected walls.
  10. Removal of bedroom two (2) ceiling and all affected walls.
  11. Removal of bedroom three (3) ceiling and all affected walls.
  12. Removal of affected plaster ceiling on first floor.
  13. Bag and dispose.
  14. Clean, scrub and disinfect affected areas within interior, attic and all three (3) bedrooms of the home, as well as contents within interior, with an EPA registered antimicrobial/antifungal disinfectant.
  15. Re-fog newly-exposed areas in interior with an EPA registered antimicrobial/antifungal disinfectant.
  16. HEPA vacuum surfaces to remove dead spores.
  17. Scrape, clean, scrub and disinfect affected pantry.
  18. Encapsulate affected pantry.
  19. Encapsulate newly-exposed, affected beams and ply board in interior, attic, and three (3) bedrooms with two coats of an EPA registered mold resistant paint to prevent the return of mold growth.