Mold Removal & Remediation
The goals of remediation and mold removal:
- Remove surface microfungi.
- Remove airborne mold from the air and interior surfaces.
- Prevent fungal recurrence.
- Re-establish a healthy indoor environment for occupants.
- Restore affected building and contents to pre-loss condition or better.
- Restore Indoor Air Quality.
- Prevent mold spore dissemination.
TERS is a leader in mold remediation – including toxic mold – and indoor air quality decontamination, remediation and restoration. TERS’ comprehensive mold services extend to residential, commercial, school, hospital, hotel and industrial facilities. No other company has the same top-of-the line mold removal expertise and knows how to effectively prevent future mold contamination. Our certified mold experts will save you time and money while avoiding additional damage to the building or quality of the indoor air.
Mold causes allergic reactions and can even be toxic, creating various health hazards including difficulty breathing, upper respiratory infections and possible memory loss. So if you suspect it’s an issue, please consider mold consultation and removal.
Mold removal should not be done on your own. TERS mold experts have protective gear to prevent exposure and ensure health safety. Our team will perform full and thorough mold removal and follow through with prevention to avoid mold coming back. If done without professionals, at-home mold removal can be partial. If mold respreads, the effort was wasted, and a professional will need to access the situation.
TERS performs mold removal in New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Connecticut (CT), Rhode Island (RI), Massachusetts (MA), Pennsylvania (PA), Delaware (DE), Maryland (MD) and New York City (NYC).
Each mold treatment job is unique and may require deviations or additional measures to official remediation guidelines or protocols as outlined in regulatory documents. In moisture-damaged buildings (see "water damage restoration" page), the extent of hidden colonization is almost always greater than what is readily visible.
Successful remediation and mold removal requires an understanding of:
- Fungal and bacterial ecology in various building systems.
- Why the microbial contamination has occurred on certain structural components of house materials.
- Knowledge and experience in use of biocides and preventatives.
- Preventative treatment of obvious and conceited contamination.
- Flood, sewage and water intrusion specifics and damage prevention techniques.