As a leader in mold inspection, mold testing, mold remediation, and mold removal, Absolutely Spotless, Inc. has the lowest prices and the best answers to your mold removal problems. We are certified, licensed, insured & are members of the Better Business Bureau. In addition, we have been working with the people in, Dayton NJ, Little Silver NJ, Branchburg NJ, Shrewsbury NJ, High Bridge NJ, Pittstown NJ, and most other towns in the state by helping them deal with their, mold inspection, mold testing, mold removal, mold remediation, issues since 1995.
Equipment & Supplies
There is a variety of equipment and supplies
that are necessary to properly perform mold remediation
work. It is important that the contractor you choose
to perform mold removal is trained and has the necessary
skill to use this equipment properly. Here is where
a contractor's training and experience comes into
Below is a list of inspection tools that a mold
inspector needs to properly diagnose your problem:
Thermo-hygrometer: This is used to monitor
relative humidity in a building structure.
Moisture Meter: This device is used to detect
moisture levels inside wood, sheetrock, and
Mold Sampling Device: A machine used along
with an Air-O-Cell Bio-aerosol Sampling Cassette
to sample the air within a building structure.
Sterile Surface Swabs: These are used to
take direct sampling of fungi that is growing
on a surface for analyzing.
Respirator: Used to protect the inspector
from breathing in potentially toxic fungi.
Tyvek Suit: A protective suit used to prevent
toxins from entering the body through the skin.
Booties & Gloves: Like the protective suit
above, booties and gloves help keep the inspector
safe from contamination.
Eye Protection: Used to prevent toxins from
entering the body through the eyes.
Pliers & Screw Drivers: Used to aid the
inspector in inspecting areas hidden from view.
Zefon Bio Pump used
to sample air within a building structure
Below is a list of inspection tools and equipment
used to remove mold during the mold remediation
used to remove airborne contamination from within
a building structure.
These machines have a larger capacity to remove
more moisture from the air than standard residential
dehumidifiers. Humidity is a common cause of
mold growth in building structures.
Fogger: This machine
is used for the application of Antimicrobials
in the air of a contaminated building for the
purpose of killing airborne mold spores.
Antimicrobials: A chemical
used by professional mold removal companies
to kill mold at the roots.
HEPA Vacuums: A vacuum
system which utilizes a high efficiency particulate
air filter removing particles down to 0.3 microns.
These vacuums are used to vacuum mold spores,
preventing them from escaping back into the
Encapsulants: A coating
or sealant formulated to be applied over an
existing substance in a building that will provide
a permanent barrier between the coated substance
and the living environment. These are used after
the mold is removed from a contaminated surface
to aid in preventing its return.
precaution used to minimize cross-contamination
from contaminated to uncontaminated areas of
a building. Containment normally consists of
6-ml polyethylene sheeting, used to prevent
HEPA Vacuum used to
remove mold particles during the mold removal
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