Upon mold discovery, the major concern for any property owner is remediation. A potential danger often missed is the possibility of asbestos within the remediation materials. In mold remediation, the solution is to physically remove the mold. At Iris Environmental Laboratories, we are a professional mold and asbestos inspection and testing company for commercial and private properties in Mercer County, NJ. We offer affordable prices and we highly value professionalism.
Mercer County is one of the top income counties in the US. In 2009, the Bureau of Economic Analysis ranked Mercer County as number 78 in the per capita income list, out of 3,113 counties. This county hosts Princeton University, the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton Theological Seminary, and many others. Drumthwacket in Princeton is the official residence of New Jersey and is listed on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Materials containing asbestos are divided into two catergories, friable and non-friable. Friable are those materials that crumble from hand pressure, such as plaster and drywall. Associated tape and joint compounds, plaster, and drywall may contain asbestos in older buildings built in the early 70s. If non-licensed professionals remove these asbestos materials, it may lead to the asbestos fibers being released into the air.
If you are performing demolition or construction work that may involve the removal or disturbance of materials that may contain asbestos, it is highly recommended that you have an asbestos inspection carried out by professionals.
Mold removal is done by using sandpaper or a wire brush on materials such as plaster or wood, removal of porous materials such as drywall, wiping down, or vacuuming material such as concrete. Wood and concrete are not associated with asbestos, but plaster and drywall are. While removing mold-damaged materials, it is possible to spread asbestos fibers through the air.
Mold might be invisible to the naked eye and can hide under carpets or baseboards. If you have mold, you might notice a smelly basement, water seepage, leaking roof or water stains. If you notice any of these phenomenons, you may require a mold inspection done by professionals.
Iris Environmental Laboratories employs the services of highly trained technicians with many years of experience in the mold and asbestos inspection industry. Once you call our technicians, the inspection and swab collection is carried out fast and efficiently, ensuring minimal interruptions to your everyday routine and ensuring a quick turnaround. Iris Environmental Laboratories provides effectively, yet cost-effective mold and asbestos inspection and laboratory services. Regulatory bodies such as NJ-DEP and the OSHA nationally accredit our laboratory.
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