Mold Remediation

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Mold contamination is now recognized as a serious problem – especially in office buildings, healthcare facilities, schools, retail stores and other indoor environments. If left untreated, mold and other microbials may decrease the value of a structure; contaminate its contents creating a significant health risk.

Abatement Restoration addresses any contamination issue from start to finish. Our customized solutions provide as little interruption to your business as possible. The results: minimal operational downtime and minimal loss of revenue.

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A building may develop or be subjected to unwanted high levels of moisture. This could be the result of high indoor humidity, roof or window leaks, plumbing failure, or flooding. The introduction of moisture presents the possibility for the growth of mold, fungi and bacteria. This growth, if left unattended, can create health risks, as well as the deterioration of the structure, fixtures, and even its contents. This will also increase the risk and liability for employers, building owners and real estate managers.

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Abatement Restoration Specialists is experienced and equipped to perform professional planning and remediation of all microbial issues. We identify the problem, where it is located and its source. We partner with the building management team to design a customized solution to remove the challenges caused by business interruption, compromised health of occupants and loss of revenue. Finally, we provide detailed reports and documentation of the entire process – including:  the identification of the issue and the removal of microbial within a building.

What you can expect from Abatement Restoration Specialists:

  • Rapid response
  • Identification of the problem and its source
  • Photo documentation of all steps taken (before, during, after) along with a detailed report at the conclusion of project
  • Recycling all qualified materialsmold_remediation
  • A private and secured facility for remediation, cleaning and storage of contaminated contents and documents from the building, as needed
  • Ability to mitigate your loss with minimal down time to your business

All services are performed in accordance with:

  • IICRC S520 Guidelines
  • IICRC S-520 2008
  • AIHA Assessment, Remediation, and Post Remediation Verification of mold in buildings
  • Guidelines for the Assessment of Bioaerosols in the Indoor Environment
  • EPA – Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings
  • NYC DOH – Assessment and Remediation of Fungi in Indoor Environments