Mold Removal NYC & Remediation

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Mold Removal NYC & Remediation

PrimeAire has two decades of experience and successful project completions as one of the top-rated providers of mold removal NYC residents rely on. In New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and beyond, we’ve evolved into one of the most cost effective and reliable mold specialist in the tri-state area.

Regardless of the size or complexity of your residential or commercial project, environmental contracting calls for highly specialized skills and knowledge from start to finish. We do it right the first time. Our expertise when it comes to dealing with hazardous substances and materials ensures that your mold problem will be dealt with quickly, safely, and efficiently.

Whether household mold removal or commercial mold removal, we are here to serve your needs promptly and affordably. Mold removal NYC companies and mold removal specialist must follow guidelines throughout the Mold removal process. Our mold remediation NYC technicians Prime Aire Mold Specialists leap ahead, and implement strict IAQA-IAQC & EPA guidelines at every mold abatement. When searching for mold removal near me, know that we take pride in quality work & customer satisfaction.

Call PrimeAire Mold Services to speak to a Live Certified Mold Professional today.

Mold often grows behind walls and inside ceiling and floor cavities long before it is ever detected. By the time you start smelling an unpleasant odor, rest assured mold has been growing somewhere for some time and every day is growing more. If you suspect you have mold growing indoors, the time to act is sooner rather than later.

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PrimeAire Services Include

  • Mold Removal NYC & Remediation Services /// IAQA -Certified Mold and Microbial Remediation
  • Mold Neutralization,
  • Encapsulation and Prevention
  • Enzyme and Bio treatments
  • BroadSource, limited and local containment
  • Filtration and Fumigation HVAC and Vent/Duct Work Decontamination
  • Structural Dehumidification & Water Extraction
  • Furniture & Contents Decontamination
  • Property Evaluations and Mold Assessments
  • Expert Witness Testimony and Documentation
  • Environmentalist NETWORK (Errors & Omissions Insured)
  • Catastrophe Services
  • Fumigation
  • Odor Neutralization
  • Electric fogging
  • Sanitizing Carpeting and Upholstery
  • Disinfecting
  • Allergy Cleansing
  • Consultation and Advice
  • Machine Rentals
  • HEPA Vacuum Process
  • Dry-Ice Procedures
  • Restoration
  • Monitor and test post remediation of moisture and humidity
  • Post thermal image retraction

Mold contamination, a common occurrence in water-damaged buildings, is a proven serious health risk; immediate mold removal is key. Maintaining your home and protecting your family from avoidable disease are two good reasons to assess the potential impact of mold on your home. Many families wait until mold contamination is very high before acting to correct this problem. If the home or building has had current or past water damage, particularly to building materials, a microbial investigation is warranted.

* All of our procedures follow IAQC and EPA guidelines.

Goals of Our Mold Investigation

  • Determine if there is a mold or toxic mold infestation problem
  • Determine the cause of the mold or toxic mold infestation problem
  • Determine the extent of the mold or toxic mold infestation problem

Types of Mold Testing Include

  • Air Testing using Air Cassettes
  • Wall Check Cassettes
  • Carpet Check Cassettes
  • Bulk, Swab & Wipe Samples
  • Tape Lift Samples
  • Clearance Testing

Mold Testing Involves Collecting Samples

  • Identify the type of mold present
  • Quantify the level of mold present

3 Most Common Types of Samples Used in a Mold Inspection

  • Surface samples (testing mold growth on surfaces)
  • Air samples (testing airborne mold spores)
  • Dust samples (mold DNA analysis)

PrimeAire Certified Mold Remediation and Prevention

  • IAQA-IAQC certified mold removal, microbial remediation and sanitizing
  • Mildew cleaning, retardation, encapsulation and prevention
  • Mold cleaning, removal, neutralization, encapsulation and prevention
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Mold removal with safe and environmentally friendly measures.

Our Mold Inspection Reports are our pride, digital, organized, easy to read and very well documented providing pertinent Mold Removal guidelines.

Phases of AACO Standard Mold Remediation:
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Project Development

It is vital to calculate the extent of the damage caused by mold. Developing a sensible project plan for clean up and mold remediation in the first phase can greatly decrease microbial growth


Removal of all items including furniture from the infected area prior to setting up containment is necessary. If items are moved from one room to another they must be HEPA vacuumed and cleansed with mold inhibiting chemicals. Extreme situations may require that all items/furniture in the infected area be cleaned under negative air pressure before anything can be moved.


Sealing off the work area by covering floor and door openings with polyethylene sheeting prevents contaminants (toxic mold) from spreading to the rest of the building.

Structural Removal & Cleanup - Mold Removal

Removing and sanding growth areas on building materials such as drywall, plywood, insulation and framing. Removal of damaged materials is executed under negative air pressure through HEPA filtration followed by bagging and disposal of waste. During this process, PrimeAire will use disposable coveralls and respirators with HEPA filters for protection against toxic mold.

Anti-Microbial Application

Applying mold inhibiting chemicals to exposed surfaces prevents the re-growth of toxic mold. Remediation verification can be requested at this point to confirm the accomplishment of the mold removal project.


Providing reconstruction services. If moisture is present, dehumidification systems are used until all exposed areas are dry. New materials can then be installed, restoring the area to its original, purified state.
Common Questions

Frequently Asked Questions About Mold

For detailed information or to request a quote, Call PrimeAire Mold Services at 1-877-307-5166 to speak to a Live Certified Mold Removal NYC Professional today.

Mold is a simple organism found everywhere, indoors and outdoors. Mold spores are microscopic (tiny and lightweight) and travel through the air we breathe. Airborne mold spores in large numbers are a known allergen that can cause allergic reactions, asthma episodes, infections, and other respiratory problems for people, especially children and elderly individuals.

Molds can be a major source of building sickness but not the only potential cause. Other issues can cause building sickness.

People living in or working in dwellings with building sickness have symptoms similar to a mild case of influenza (the flu) with the signs and symptoms disappearing within a few hours of leaving the building. Headaches, fatigue, and respiratory problems can also be experienced by people exposed to sick buildings.

Mold will grow in an environment that is warm, moist and unventilated. Once airborne, mold spores can be spread throughout your structure via the air duct system.

Mold can grow within areas of the house / building that you do not see. Wherever there is exposure to water and a mold "food source" such as cellulose (a component of wallboard), mold can grow. Areas such as the interiors of walls, showers and bathrooms, crawl spaces, attics, drywall tape, cracked plasterboard and dampened carpets are a few discovery areas for mold exposure.

New building methods make buildings better insulated and thus more likely to retain molds within the structure. Buildings are more airtight and any unventilated moisture that gets inside stays trapped inside, allowing mold to grow and spread rapidly.

Molds will grow any time the environment is favorable. Molds can be introduced into the house / structure when the building is under construction or after completion through events such as water damage from leaky pipes, roof leaks, sink, tub, or toilet overflows, cracks in the sealant around tubs /showers and use of inadequate materials during construction. There are documented cases demonstrating the damage caused by contractors allowing building materials to become wet during construction.

See examples of recent mold damage coverage: Forbes magazine: "The Fungus That Ate Sacramento;" CBS News: "Black Mold - Creeping Destruction;" CBS News/ 48 Hours: "Brockovich Takes on a New Foe: Mold;" CBS News/48 Hours: "An Insidious Mold."


In the past, insurance companies have covered mold repairs, but this is changing. Due to litigation and expensive repairs that can be incurred, insurance companies are now starting to consider mold issues a "maintenance issue" even if it costs thousands of dollars to repair/replace walls, etc. Please consult your insurance policy to see if you are covered.

It is possible to clean up visible (surface) mold with a solution of water and bleach, but precautions should be taken. For specific instructions, please refer to FEMA at Mold that is not visible however may require professional remediation.

By eliminating all of the mold that you can see, you may help your situation. However, this may not be the final solution since contamination may be originating from sources such as carpets, the inside of walls, air ducts, crawl spaces and sources outside of your home or building.