Four out of five homes contain at least one environmental hazard that can affect your health. RR professionals are the first ones to call to get rid of the problem.
Using state-of-the-art technology and adhering to the latest standards, our inspectors will thoroughly examine your property – the physical structure and indoor air – for the presence of mold or lead, and other environmental problems.
For over 25 years, business owners, commercial property managers, homeowners, insurance adjusters, real estate professionals, and businesses throughout Westchester, New York, Connecticut as well as Dutchess and Rockland counties, have relied on the professionals at Resurrect Restoration for all of their industry expertise.
Why remove mold from my home? Mold spores, when inhaled, can cause serious health issues, including asthma, chronic allergies, headaches, fatigue, skin rashes, throat and eye irritations, wheezing, and many respiratory problems. When mold is disturbed, it can release spores into the air to seed new colonies, causing cross contamination. Mold can be caused by any number of water or moisture related issues, including ice dams, roof leaks, basement flooding, burst pipes, hurricane damage, poor drainage, and high humidity. Often, mold hides behind walls and ceilings, so unless you test for mold, you may not know that a problem exists.
Toxic mold is more dangerous than ordinary mold because its spores contain poisonous mycotoxins. To be safe and to protect your family, ask or hire a professional to locate and identify the mold in your home or business. Calling Resurrect Restoration is the first step to a healthier environment.
Most indoor air pollution is caused by common household or office products and furnishings. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that indoor levels of many pollutants may be 25 to 100 times higher than outdoor levels. What’s in the air you breathe every day?
Resurrect Restoration can find out if there are dangerous levels of chemicals in your home, business, or office.
Our customized investigations will determine the root causes associated with your specific health hazard or air quality problem. We will provide a detailed report with recommendations on how to resolve your precise issues. Once remediation is completed, we can verify that the situation was successfully resolved. Since our practice would strictly limited to environmental testing and consulting – due to conflict of interest policies – you’re assured of an accurate and unbiased assessment.
Book a lead inspection before renovating, remodeling, or buying/leasing a home built prior to 1978. Lead poisoning is the #1 preventable childhood disease in the United States. Children can easily ingest household lead because it can be present all around them — in paint chips, tap water, dust and the soil.
Many homes were built before 1978, the year lead paint was banned for residential use, which means many beautiful older homes still contain lead paint on their surfaces. Lead dust can accumulate over time or be disturbed during a renovation. Before you risk exposing your family to lead, find out if a hazard exists.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, home test kits are not always accurate. So protect your family – hire an expert. Before hiring a contractor or professional, ask if they are certified in lead-safe work practices to protect your family’s health.