‘One-stop shops’ that do both mold testing and remediation tend to magnify the problem in hopes of charging large fees for the remediation to follow, which may or may not be necessary. This became clear on Long Island after the disaster of Superstorm Sandy. If a company offers you testing and remediation services: think twice. Why? You may wind up paying thousands of dollars for exaggerated repair estimates or an improper and ineffective remediation, and you won’t know if the problem
Cleaning up after a flood can be a monumental undertaking. Once you’ve finally got the floors and furniture dry, what should you do about preventing mold? Or if you’ve already got mold, what can you do? This blog addresses those questions and more.
There is a lot of information out there about mold. Unfortunately, much of it is incorrect and could end up costing homeowners a lot of money and compromising their health. RTK Environmental has created a list of common misconceptions and questions. Take this quiz and see whether you’ve been getting good advice or not on these frequently asked mold questions.