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Play in a Softball Tournament in Randolph

1/4/2021 (Permalink)

a softball on the field It will be exciting to see all of the talent at Randolph's Annual Softball Tournament!

Test Your Softball Skills Against Others at Randolph's Annual Tournament

For the third year in a row, No Idea Sports will be putting on a softball tournament. This year the tourney takes place on January 30 at 9:30 p.m., and it could run until 2:30 a.m. the next morning. Playing softball is a good way to stay active during the cold wintertime since the tournament is held inside at the Indoor Sports Pavilion. The tournament has the following rules:

  • All teams must have at least eight players out on the field, and each team must have a minimum of two females.
  • To register for the tournament, each team must pay $450 or $475 if they register late.
  • Each team is guaranteed to play at least three games.
  • The teams will play six-inning matches with a time limit of 30 minutes.
  • There is a seven-run limit per inning, and the rules are that the ball must be slow pitched with a 6 to 12-foot arc.

SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County can assist local businesses that need fire mitigation services. We can be reached 24 hours a day and seven days a week at (973) 895-5000.

Hit the Slopes with the Mendham Township Ski Club

12/22/2020 (Permalink)

a kid skiing down a slope SERVPRO is looking forward to seeing all the talent at the Mendham Township Ski Club!

Sign up Your Kids or Become a Chaperone for the Mendham Township Ski Club

Every year the ski club is open to all kids in sixth thru twelfth grade, and it gives them the chance to master their skiing or snowboarding skills. The club provides supervision and transportation for everyone to the Camelback Ski Resort in Tannersville, PA. The club includes ski trips on six Sundays in January and February, and it is wise to remember the following:

  • The ski trips start in 2021 on January 3 and run every Sunday until February 21.
  • The trips leave from the Mendham Township Elementary School parking lot at 7 a.m., but they ask everyone to arrive at 6:45 a.m. to have time to get on the bus.
  • The price is $592 for all six weeks, and that cost includes transportation, lift tickets, and supervision.

SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County always uses the industry's most advanced technology when completing your water mitigation project. We can be reached 24/7 at (973) 895-5000 and, We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.

Consider SERVPRO When Needing Help From Mold Removal Companies at Your Randolph Restaurant

12/17/2020 (Permalink)

mold growing on a wall Mold damage can affect your restaurant very unexpectedly. Contact our SERVPRO team at the first sighting to root out the cause and remediate.

SERVPRO Can Provide Your Randolph Restaurant Prompt Mold Removal Services Around the Clock

Randolph, New Jersey, is a relatively small township located in the center of Morris County in the northern part of the state. This quaint town has a population of around 24,000 people, but that number is growing. The city is the third biggest in the county, and it is about 21 square miles in size.

The town is considered one of the country’s best booming suburbs. And, it was recently rated as one of the best places to live in New Jersey. The town has a history of being a well-known vacation spot and is famous for its fresh air, ponds, lakes, and forested areas.

The earliest known inhabitants of the region were Native Americans from the Lenni Lenape tribe. The first people of European descent to settle in the area were Quakers. One prominent figure, Hartshorne Fitz-Randolph, purchased 1,000 acres in the 1750s, and the town was eventually named after him when he got it incorporated in 1806.

The town’s well-known historical landmarks are the Bryant distillery known for its “applejack,” founded in 1869, and its 1924 Millbrook School that is now renovated and used for offices. The town is the home to the Museum of Old Randolph that works towards preserving the region’s history. A street going through town, Gristmill Road is on the National Register of Historic Places list.

Plenty of Parks in Town

Randolph has been known as a popular vacation spot in New Jersey for quite some time due to the tranquil outdoors scene it has to offer. The town has several parks, some with ponds, lakes, and scenic wooded areas.

The town’s most popular parks include:

  • The Brundage Park Recreation Complex: This park’s facilities include lighted basketball courts, tennis courts, softball fields, a soccer field, a pond used for fishing and ice skating, and four paved miles of hiking and walking trails.
  • Freedom Park: This park spans over 170 acres and is equipped with baseball/softball fields, a football field, a lacrosse field, and a sand volleyball court.
  • Randolph Park: The facilities at this 40+ acre park include a beach, a beach house with changing rooms, and docks with a lap swimming area.
  • Heistein Park: This beautiful place has a pond for fishing, a concession stand multiple soccer and softball fields.
  • Stonybrook Park: This 30-acre park is used as a day camp during the summer, and it hosts a swimming pool and a recreational lot.
  • Kiwanis Park: This park is a bit smaller at just under two acres, but it has a playground and a picnic area.
  • Rosenfarb Park: The facilities here include a picnic area and a half basketball court.
  • Hidden Valley Park: Here, people can find a pond, rolling hills, and walking trails, including the fact that the town’s main hiking and biking trail runs through it.
  • Cohen Farm Park: This 111-acre plot of land is undeveloped, and it has the township’s man 16-mile trail running through it.

Randolph’s Exquisite Trail System

One of the things this small city is known for is its gorgeous trail system that runs through the town. The 16-mile paved trails lead both bikers and hikers through the beautiful wilderness in the city. The vast trail system includes the following:

  • The path gives visitors a chance to traverse through five of the city’s most well-known parks.
  • Hikers and bikers traveling on the trail system get the opportunity to explore over 2,000 acres of wilderness.
  • The trails also give adventurers a chance to check out the Clyde Potts Reservoir Watershed.
  • There are multiple trailheads around the town with parking lots and some in city parks.
  • The trails not only connect several city parks, but they also connect neighborhoods and schools.

The Region Has a Rather Moderate Climate

For being on the east coast, Morris County overall has a pretty pleasant climate. The only problem is that it does get pretty cold in the wintertime. But, in the summer, the temperatures do not get unbearably too hot.

Between May and September, the temperature stays pleasantly between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. However, during December, January, and February, the lows range from the low 20s to the high teens. The region does experience quite a bit of precipitation as they receive between four and five inches on average per month with a yearly average of over 50 inches.

SERVPRO Can Help with Mold Damage and Restoration 

With all of the precipitation the southwestern region of Morris County receives, likely, moisture can eventually find its way into your restaurant building, requiring you to call in a professional restoration company such as SERVPRO. Water can make its way into your eatery through a roof leak, old window or door seals, or because of elevated indoor humidity levels. Once H2O finds its way into your restaurant’s structure, it can cause several problems, including being the source of mold growth.

Fungi only need moisture, the ideal temperature between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, an organic food source, and 72 to 48 hours to grow and develop. The following items found inside your restaurant could become food sources for mold:

  • Wooden Items: The chairs and tables inside your dining room can become a source of mold growth if they retain water for more than 48 hours.
  • Drywall: If any of your walls contain sheetrock, then the paper backing could become a source for a fungus to develop.
  • Paper Products: The dry storage area inside your restaurant is usually the home to all of your paper products, including your paper towels and napkins. Most restaurants also store many of their foods and other products in boxes that could become a source for fungi.
  • Food Products: The food you are selling itself can become a source for mold if it gets too wet or elevated humidity levels. A fungus that starts growing on a food item could spread to other areas of your restaurant’s structure.
  • Dust and Other Debris: Any food crumbs on the floor of your kitchen or dining room, dust, and other loose debris can also cause mold to grow if moisture enters your building.

SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County can assist you 24/7 if you ever find that mold is a problem inside your business. Any time moisture enters your structure, call us at (973) 895-5000.

Mendham Boro Residents Can Take a Virtual Tour of NYC's Holiday Displays

12/4/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO vehicles parked in front of commercial building We are always on call so you can be 'worry free' during the holidays.

Hook Up with NYC for a Holiday Fun Light Extravaganza 

On Thursday, December 10th, 2020, residents of area communities like Chester, Mendham, and Morris County towns can appreciate a comprehensive virtual tour of holiday lights and displays happening now in New York City. The online event begins at 4 PM and will continue for roughly 75 minutes.  

During this time, the audience will be treated to holiday music, light conversation, and banter about the displays, and see some of the most impressive constructions and light designs happening now in New York City. You can also get some information about the history of decorating for the holiday season in the Big Apple, all hosted by Mario Medici. You can find out more information and register for this event through the Chester Library's website.  

Flooding can happen in many ways when the winter chill sets into the area, so you can count on our SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County for flood cleanup in Mendham Boro homes. Give us a call anytime that you need us at (973) 895-5000

Celebrate the Holiday Season with the Festival of Trees in Mendham

11/27/2020 (Permalink)

Closeup of holiday lights We look forward to seeing you at the Festival of Trees!

Senior Resource Center Benefits from Your Participation 

Take some time away from the holidays' hustle and bustle to appreciate the season as it was meant to be enjoyed. Meet your family and friends for an afternoon and evening of joyous celebration, all meant to promote and support a good cause. Proceeds from the sales of tickets to the event and portions of profits for the tabletop and floor trees benefit the local Senior Resource Center. 

This event happens daily from December 5th, 2020, through December 12th, 2020. The times where the venue is open and accessible varies based on the date you choose, so consult the website for the Senior Resource Center of New Jersey for specific information, restrictions, and safety precautions necessary to keep you and others safe for the gathering. 

From an overloaded circuit with your holiday displays to the cookies you forgot were in the oven, fire damage for Mendham homes can happen in many ways. Let our experienced SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County team help make it "Like it never even happened." Call us today at (973) 895-5000.

Many Choose Randolph to Visit and Reside

11/18/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO truck in front of home decorated for fall No matter the season, SERVPRO is ready to handle your emergency flood damage restoration.

How Randolph Earned a Distinction as a Great Place to Live  

In 2019, Randolph earned a distinction among the 50 best places to live in New Jersey from Niche.com. This accolade has been primarily due to the increase in population, which improves commerce, economy, and overall sense of community. In the past several decades, the greater Randolph area in Morris County has been steadily increasing, currently boasting nearly 26,000 residents. The natural scenery and overall calm have been attractive to some of history's most well-known figures, including Frank Sinatra and Rocky Marciano would seek Randolph as a respite from the city's sound and bustle. 

The History of Randolph's Natural Appeal 

History plays a significant role in the overall appeal of the Randolph area. From the acreage purchased by Hartshorne Fitz-Randolph that would become the township in 1753, the town's most profitable aspects already existed. In New Jersey, the first iron mine was located in Randolph and began its operations in 1713, providing raw materials to the existing soldiers inhabiting the colonies. While they were instrumental in securing the necessary metals for fashioning weapons or ammunition, Randolph also served as a supply depot for Washington and his troops stationed nearby during the American Revolution. 

A blend of commercial development and unique rural appeal continued to keep the Greater Randolph area here in Morris County among the elite's premier vacation destinations throughout the years. In the 1950s, a series of bungalow and hotel developments would spring into existence, enticing names like Sinatra and Phil Silvers to use the area as a relaxing escape. Famous boxers like Max Baer and James Braddock used structures like the Saltz Hotel for training or broadcasted fights. In its own way, these exhibitions and getaways for some of the nation's most recognized people would put Randolph on the map for those that did not know it existed. 

Historical Landmarks and Sites  

Because history is so significant to Randolph's attractiveness and its surrounding areas, it is not surprising that so many of the structures and buildings within the town limits have been nationally recognized with historical significance. The Randolph Historical Society well preserves much of the town's artifacts and stories in the Museum of Old Randolph. 

Even beyond colonial America and the structures that have existed since this time, much like the unfortunately recently demolished Liberty Tree, there are many other significant structures and areas of town that have been protected and recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. One such portion in the city is the oldest street in the municipality, Gristmill Road. A secondary district, Combs Hollow, was also recognized in the 1990s for its contribution to the early American industry. 

Top Place to Live in New Jersey 

Despite only being around 26,000 residents, Randolph has been included on multiple lists and groupings of desirable places to live in New Jersey. There are numerous reasons for these accolades. For one, the town is home to the well-respected County College of Morris. With more than 7000 registered students, the school has a considerable need for professionals in hundreds of positions. Students can take baccalaureate degree courses in specific niches on the CCM campus connected to Rutgers University. 

There is a suburban feel and appearance of Randolph, especially being within a short drive from Newark, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. Those that can stand the commute have seen the more rural feel of South Morris County to be a welcomed alternative to the noise and alarming pace of the larger city areas. Also, the cost of living in our region of New Jersey is more reasonable than you are likely to find in more widely developed areas of the state or nearby New York. 

Favorable Climate Conditions  

With a humid, continental climate, Randolph is one of the areas in the northern portions of the United States that can experience a wide range of potential weather events. In most seasons, the weather is favorable and mild. While residents of the area can experience all four of the seasons throughout the year, extremes are often few and far between for those settling permanently to Randolph. While there are humid conditions to contend with in the dog days of summer, much of the year's average temperatures do not exceed 82 degrees or drop beneath 34 degrees.  

With the expectancy of more than 51 inches of rainfall, Morris County continues to be a significant part of the country to grow crops, even on a large scale. There are definitive seasons that make specific fruits and plants unlikely to flourish. Many continue to take advantage of Randolph's lush rural region to provide food for their families and supply local farmers' markets with fresh crops, fruits, and other produce. 

When Storm Damage Impacts Your Randolph Home  

From groundwater flooding and torrential rainfall to winter storms, structures become overwhelmed with heavy snowfall, often described as mild weather conditions that can sometimes become violent and destructive. Our SERVPRO professionals understand the importance of a fast response when disasters happen. That is why we are centrally located to provide a quick and confident effort when every minute counts. 

Emergency services are among the most critical responses that customers can expect from our experienced SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County team. With heavy snowfall and the potential for hail and high winds, storm damage does not always have to immediately result in widespread flooding to be catastrophic for your home's construction. We can repair and reconstruct your house's areas needing attention after a storm loss because we have a general contracting license (13VH06013000)and experienced building trade professionals. 

Extraction and drying are often vital efforts when flooding results from storm damage, and with a fast response, these phases can start promptly in your residence. Usually, this involves a combination of industry-leading tools and technologies, including:  

  • Air movers
  • Positive pressure systems
  • Extraction wands
  • Portable heaters
  • Wet vacuums 

Storm damage does not have to mean a total loss for your home. Our SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County is available 24/7 at (973) 895-5000.

Celebrate Thanksgiving in Mendham with a Little Bit of Nature

11/2/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO restoration vehicles on road SERVPRO team members enjoy hiking at the Schiff Nature Center. We hope to see you there!

A Nature Walk in Mendham is an Excellent Way to End Thanksgiving Weekend

Suppose you are thinking of celebrating Thanksgiving in the Mendham area. In that case, you may want to consider ending the weekend at the Schiff Nature Center by joining a hike led by a naturalist on Sunday, November 29th, from 10 to noon. Visit the nature center’s website and make a reservation online. It is hard to believe that such a beautiful natural treasure exists right in Morris County, but the area lives up to its motto, “Where Wild Things Happen Naturally!” In your visit, you will enjoy:

  • Over 15 miles of trails within 768 acres of nature
  • A lesson in history through its display of artifacts dating as far back as the Revolutionary period
  • Hundreds of animal and plant species around you, which you can identify quickly by doing a little bit of research before your arrival

Thanksgiving may be somewhat different this year, and SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County is ready to jump in when water restoration services are needed. However, until an emergency happens, we encourage you to enjoy all the area has to offer. When the time comes, you can call us at (973) 895-5000 and let us leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”

When Can Cleanup Begin After a Flood?

10/29/2020 (Permalink)

dog sitting in a SERVPRO truck with flames and green on it. What is better than a technician with 2 legs? One with 4! Let SERVPRO’s team help with your flood damage.

When your Randolph home falls victim to flooding, cleaning and restoration practices should begin as soon as possible. 

Knowing what to do following a flood is not always clear after your Randolph home suffers damages. You prioritize the house's specific recovery needs, but DIY cleaning and recovery are not always possible or feasible for widespread flood loss effects. Many look to the experience of professional flood restoration companies like our SERVPRO team to help in these situations, as we have industry-leading equipment, continual training and education, and communication skills to decipher your priorities in restoration.

Cleaning and flood removal for Randolph homes must happen as soon as possible, meaning that you should not hesitate to contact both your insurance company and restoration professionals like our technicians. As a comprehensive solution for restoring natural disaster damage to your residence, we have both experienced technicians accredited from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and licensed general contractors to prevent specific conditions from worsening, including:

  • Structural Damage: Through practices like controlled demolition and inspections, we can determine the extent of present structural concerns and prevent these conditions from worsening and leading to collapses. 
  • Contaminants: Contamination is always a concern with natural flooding, as the presence of bacterial and viral pathogens cannot be ruled out. The fewer materials and contents that become exposed to moving floodwater, the less that must get discarded and later replaced. 
  • Ruined Contents: Your personal belongings left in harm's way can become irreparably harmed, or due to contamination exposure, beyond restoration.
  • Odors: Standing water and saturated materials, combined with the various substances, chemicals, and organic matter brought in with flooding, can create a pungent odor that requires neutralization. 

Can Extraction Start Right Away? 

Extraction should begin as soon as possible because standing water continues to be a severe threat to the property, even when contaminants are not a concern. Because natural flooding also embodies the risks of bacteria and viral pathogens, exposure to materials often means discarding these structural elements. Preventing saturation beyond surface materials becomes a critical effort that requires multiple extraction tools based on the severity of the situation, its location, and what solids/debris might be present in the standing water. Once surface water is mostly removed, muck-out cleaning can begin.

What Is Muck Out? 

After the immediate effects of natural flooding, cleaning up often means encountering a considerable volume of organic matter and debris on the floors, walls, and other exposed surfaces. Muck-out is one of the preliminary cleaning actions taken to remove this buildup while simultaneously reducing the concentrations of bacteria, contaminants, and odors. Common substances and debris include:

  • Dirt
  • Mud
  • Debris
  • Silt
  • Foliage

Can Some Surfaces Get Cleaned Instead of Removed? 

Contamination is a considerable concern when natural flooding occurs. Choosing what materials can stay installed and which must get discarded is a very concise need. Often, porous materials that become directly exposed to standing floodwater or migrating loss effects must get discarded and later replaced. With the appropriate management of the pooling water and the efficient removal of surface materials like drywall and certain flooring types, wood framing and subflooring often only requires cleaning and antimicrobial treatments. Particular flooring and wall types that are low-porosity can also typically get cleaned, including:

  • Concrete
  • Tile
  • Brick/Block

If Demolition is Required, When Does This Occur? 

Because we have a roster of qualified and licensed general contractors, we can offer controlled demolition solutions as the needs get identified. During the job scoping phase, our project manager can indicate where controlled demolition might be necessary and potential problem areas that could worsen without attention. Early mitigation stages provide the appropriate timeline to safely remove these impacted materials and contents before further deterioration.

Can Odors Get Removed? 

Neutralizing and removing odors after a flood disaster requires several tools and strategies. We can begin with reducing the severity of these conditions through products like deodorizing granules and odor counteractant beads that absorb these odors and replace them with a pleasant scent. Deodorization occurs as one of the final cleaning steps for a property and often involves versatile tools like thermal foggers and ozone machines.

Cleaning and removing the effects of flooding in your home is not a situation that homeowners are often equipped to handle independently. With the experience of our professionals and the current inventory of leading tools for extraction and cleaning at our disposal, SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County can help you to make it "Like it never even happened." Give us a call today at (973) 895-5000.

How Do Fire Restoration Services Help Homeowners?

10/24/2020 (Permalink)

Firefighters fighting a fire in a home. A fire in your home brings multiple after-effects once the fire is put out. Let SERVPRO help your Mendham home.

SERVPRO Fire Damage Technicians Reduce Losses, Claim Expense, and Disruption for Mendham Homeowners After a Property Fire.

What are the most urgent things to do after a fire?

A loss site in your Mendham home requires immediate action. After evacuating the property, you should contact the fire service and your insurer. Arranging for a restoration service from the local area can help to reduce harm to your property. Our priority at your property is to secure it and create a safe workspace. We can protect the property by boarding up broken windows or doors, supplying or returning power for equipment, checking the structure's sound, and providing lighting for the affected area. Fire loss sites need specialist subcontractors while cleaning, drying, and deodorization by fire technicians. Providing the necessary tools and equipment to enter the loss site and mitigate early can make a massive difference to a restoration project's success. 

Why is water mitigation significant for fire restoration?

Rescuing a property from fire damage in Mendham frequently involves some water mitigation experience and expertise. Firefighters mitigate losses by using water to extinguish combusting materials and regain control of the property. While these steps are necessary, they can inadvertently cause further harm to contents and building materials; especially when extensive smoke soiling or soots are involved. Failure to deal with water exposure effectively increases the chances of smoke soil bonding and odor and secondary harms such as mold growth. SERVPRO has expertise in both fire and water restoration. 

What kinds of water mitigation are involved in a fire loss site?

  • If sprinklers activate as a result of fire, removing textiles, documents, books, and porous items to a clean room for drying is essential.
  • Drying floors and replacing wet carpets or pads, blocking furniture and propping up cushions for even drying
  • Applying a temperature of 72 degrees or higher and set up air movers and dehumidifiers


Are additional services, like drying, recorded during fire restoration?

Our crew chiefs can inventory and document the full restoration process in your home. Your initial notification of loss is the first record of fire loss. As the work process occurs, any action is digitally stored, which can help improve restoration by allowing production technicians and crew chiefs to revisit specific areas and update positive or negative outcomes. A document like this is crucial to maintaining a coordinated effort for returning your property to its preloss condition. An additional benefit of inventorying throughout the service is that details can be reviewed by technicians, an insurance adjuster, and the homeowner effortlessly. Many of these details can be used to produce your estimate and final claims report.

What are the forms required for fire restoration initially?

  • Customer information form- fire damage. This form provides details of your property address and a brief description of damages.
  • Notice of Loss is essential to begin the restoration process because it allows us to plan based on the extent of harm. This form is vital to securing the correct equipment and the right number of production technicians for the loss site.
  • Fire Damage initial inspection report. A crew chief completes this on-site while inspecting the property. Any unique requirements are recorded here, and this can form a basis for a restoration estimate.

Is it safe to remain in a home with fire damages?

We use several strategies to make sure your home is safe if you are to remain in the property during restoration. Some of these can be to ensure you are as comfortable as possible. SERVPRO crew chiefs encourage homeowners to point out essential clothing to dry-clean and return to you as quickly as possible. Equally, actual used rooms such as bathrooms or kitchens are restored first to help you resume your everyday life with minimum disruption. Deodorization and air-filtration can help bring malodors under control to provide extra comfort. Our production technicians can guide you on what is safe to use and what areas to avoid in ongoing communications to reduce the disruption associated with fire losses. 

What do technicians do when restoring fire losses during the winter months?

  • Restoring heat to the property using furnaces, boiler repair, or generators to prevent pipes from freezing. If it is not possible to restore power, we can shut off the ability to reduce the chances of burst mains and water intrusion.
  • Filling toilets and drainage sites with antifreeze to reduce the likelihood of blockages or pressure-related backups
  • Inspecting appliances for safety as a priority and, where possible, removing contaminated foods from the area.

Our services are designed to ease the emotional burden and disruption of a house fire. Contact SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County at (862) 278-8756.

Why is it so Tough to Remove Mold Colonies from the Home?

10/19/2020 (Permalink)

Mold growing on back of plastic chair Mold colonies can quickly overtake an area. Call SERVPRO for remediation.

Mold Damage can Permeate Contents and Building Materials in your Randolph Home. SERVPRO has the Expertise and Equipment to Remediate Mold in Residential Properties

Can aggressively scrubbing mold damage materials?

Agitation is a technique that most Randolph residents use to remove soils, spots, or stains. This technique can be equally effective at dealing with out of control mold growth. However, since mold can often infest a material below the surface level, it can be tough to remove molds effectively without harming the fabric. SERVPRO technicians remediate mold using a wide range of products that can agitate and remove colonies. This remediation method can be time-consuming, so it is essential to decide which materials are salvageable before cleaning and restoring.

How do you identify salvageable and non-salvageable materials?

  • Is the material expensive and tough or time-consuming to replace
  • Have molds infested below the surface of the material
  • Is the material porous or non-porous (porous materials are generally non-salvageable)

Is there a way to remove mold without damaging the material?

When remediating mold damage in your Randolph home, technicians must identify expensive materials or time-consuming materials to remove and replace. Semi-porous materials, like wood, are generally good targets for remediation. SERVPRO can use soda blasting equipment to remove molds entirely across a large surface area. Since soda particles are less aggressive than sand, there is less chance of causing permanent damage to the material surface. In some cases, soda-blasting may remove the lacquer or finish of a surface, which can be refinished later. Our technicians can help make essential decisions regarding the control and remediation of molds in your property.

Is agitative cleaning useful for mold?

  • Steel wool or dry sponges
  • Scouring pads for surfaces that may be sensitive
  • Rotary machines fitted with sand or steel wool scrubbers 

Careful assessment and removal of microbial growth in your home are essential to an efficient remediation project. Contact SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County at (973) 895-5000.