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Mold Remediation


The first step in mold remediation is the removal of all mold. Since mold grows only in the presence of water. Treating the original water problem is fundamental to preventing further mold growth. This means that if the mold is caused by a current or ongoing water seepage problems then mold remediation cannot be done unless the water problem is addressed first. Not after. This can significantly add to the cost of mold remediation leaving most people to opt for mold removal.

No.1 Restoration provides the most professional mold removal and cleanup service in the Industry. We will thoroughly inspect your home of all mold and mildew in the most efficient and cost effective manner possible. We are dedicated in providing high quality Mold Remediation.


The Truth about Mold and it's impact on your health

If you think you have mold in your home, inhaling or a simple touch can cause health problems. The first ones to show symptoms of being exposed to mold are little children, the elderly, and pets. The symptoms can be as small as headaches, allergic reactions, runny noses, and rashes, to symptoms as extreme as asthma, fungus growth in lungs, internal bleeding, and in some cases death.

With this wide range of health problems that could occur, there is no time to waste in treating the problem.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a containment?
A precaution used to minimize cross contamination from affected to unaffected areas by traffic or material handling. Containment normally consists of 6-mil polyethylene sheeting, often in combination with negative air pressure, to prevent cross contamination.

How much does a mold remediation job cost?
Every mold job is unique and prices vary.

Can my children get sick from mold growing in my home?
Research has shown that infants and children, elderly people, individuals with respiratory conditions or sensitivities such as allergies and asthma, and persons having weakened immune systems (for example, people with HIV infection, chemotherapy patients, organ transplant recipients) are more susceptible to becoming ill.

Should I test to see what type of mold is growing in my home?
If you know you had previous water intrusions or you smell musty odors. Or humidity problems are present. This is a valuable tool to determine the extent of the damage to your home or building.

Is Mold Dangerous?
Different Molds will have different reactions for different people. Prolonged exposure can breakdown the body's ability to counteract adverse reactions and can have a greater ill effect in immunocompromised individuals. If there is mold or poor air quality in the work environment, it is not uncommon for someone who works in that environment on a regular basis to feel poorly during the week, but after going home for the weekend, they feel better towards the end of the weekend, only to start feeling bad as the work week starts. This is commonly known as Sick Building Syndrome.

Do I need a professional to remediate a mold problem?
Any mold remediation needs to be performed under containment, with properly setup barriers and filtration equipment. The amount of mold visible is usually substantially less than what is not visible. Removing mold contaminated materials will release mold spores that can contaminate other areas if the remediation is performed without containment, potentially making a small problem a large problem.


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Customer Testimonials
Very prompt and professional. Work was well done and clean up was complete. I would highly recommend them.
– Ann g., Englewood, NJ
Very quick response to our original phone call. Good service and communication.
– Laura J., Morristown, NJ
OUTSTANDING. I was extremely impressed with their knowledge, service and professionalism. I highly recommend them to anyone."
– Eileen A., Edison, NJ