Mold Assessments – Mold loves moisture and can grow in damp, dank environments such as basements, bathrooms, attics and crawlspaces. Although small amounts of non-toxic mold aren’t necessarily harmful, mold spores that are encouraged to proliferate and grow out of control can lead to serious health concerns. In fact, according to the CDC, exposure to mold can result in upper respiratory tract symptoms, coughing and wheezing, plus it can aggravate asthma symptoms, allergies and other respiratory illnesses in both adults and children. Toxic black mold is a much more serious form that can bring on chronic fatigue and coughing, headaches, fever, sneezing, and rashes, along with irritation to the eyes and other mucous membranes.
As a property owner, you are responsible for ensuring the health and safety of your occupants. That includes employees, outside contractors, customers and clients. Not sure where to turn? Here at Stock Environmental Consulting, we have the expertise, resources, and state of the art equipment to not only identify and analyze the presence of mold but also remove this harmful substance if it is deemed dangerous. Our team, fully insured and licensed in both New York and New Jersey, has more than 20 years of experience in asbestos, mold, indoor air quality, radon, and lead-based paint.
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Stock Environmental Consulting is a leader in mold inspections, mold testing and consulting. Our certified mold assessors have over 20 years of experience and have performed thousands of mold investigations, with a focus on designing and managing mold assessment projects throughout both New Jersey and New York. Typical clients include property owners and managers for whom we provide guidance in prevention programs and training on how best to identify mold and respond to its presence in a quick and efficient time frame.
Mold is nothing to be taken lightly. If left to linger and grow, it can cause a variety of health issues for occupants depending on the type and quantity of mold in a given area. There are also varied sensitivities in people of different health conditions and ages. For example, children, the elderly, and those with immune system deficiencies are all at increased risk to the presence of mold.
To learn more about mold and its adverse effects in your place of work, building, or commercial property, don’t hesitate to call Stock Environmental Consulting at 732-383-5190.