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 This New Jersey basement had a water leak that caused a serious mold problem.
The project was postponed for three weeks and mold growth took over the entire basement.
The visible mold growth during our first inspection was minimal. Three weeks later the mold had taken over the entire basement. Most of the drywall and ceiling tiles became contaminated and all needed to be removed. Paneling also needed to be removed as well as wallpaper. Additional contamination was discovered behind these finished surfaces and sub surfaces also needed to decontaminated and removed. 
It is important to have mold spores destroyed as soon as it is discovered.

Mold growing out of control
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Mold contamination in office area
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Pipe break behind bathroom wall
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Closet and bathroom with visible mold
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Bathroom wall is contaminated behind wall tile
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A close up look at dead mans mold
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Laundry room with visible mold
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Laundry room remediation in progress
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Bathroom ceiling tile contaminated
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Ceiling tiles with mold on the bottom
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Garage with mold on soaked drywall
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Mold behind paneling on drywall
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Living room decontaminated and cleaned
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Mold contamination from water leak
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Mold on Paneling above Fireplace
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Mold and fireproof Sealer  

Mold and Fire Block Foundation Moisture barrier

Mold and fire waterproof Concrete Wall Sealer
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Electrical and water service door framing
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Framing, Insulation, Electrical outlets
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More photos coming soon

HVAC water leak created mold environment
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Mold on painted black drywall
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Moisture creates the environment for Mold growth
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Rear of bathroom wall behind tile with mold
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Double wall of wallboard with toxic mold
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Bathroom decontaminated with drywall removed
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Laundry room after removing wall paper
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Laundry room decontaminated
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Contamination above ceiling tiles in bathroom
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Ceiling tiles with contamination on top
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Garage wall with only framing remaining
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Paneling removed along with contaminated drywall
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Another successful remediation project completed
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After Mold Removal
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Paneling Removed ( Surprise )
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Mold and fireproof sealer

Mold and Fire Paint Sealer

Mold and fireproof Painting Finish
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Mold and fireproof Wall and Door Complete
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Moisture resistant drywall application
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More photos coming soon

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

  A small pipe leaking turned this basement into a mold farm.
      Water leaks give mold the moisture it needs to survive.


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