Mold can damage a home to such an extent that it can simply become unlivable. It not only damages the structure of a home – but it can also cause extremely serious health issues. this is especially true if the persons living in the home suffer from any respiratory problems.
When mold is spotted it’s time to call in a mold removal specialist.
But how do you make sure that the specialist that you are calling in to fix the problem actually has the expertise to do the job properly and will offer great value for money.
Mold can be difficult to eradicate and you don’t want it coming back anytime soon.
So the first step is to find out how long the company has been in business and dealing with similar problems. This is not something you want to trust to a newbie.
Next – try and get contactable references – and make sure that you contact them.
Also make sure that they have the latest chemicals and equipment to make sure that the job is done properly – and have them explain to you how effective they are.
take these steps and you will be a long way down the road to a mold free home.
Hazardous Elimination Corp. was incorporated in 1989. Under the guidance and dynamic management style of HEC’s President, Cathleen Colella, the company has emerged as a leader in environmental solutions and emergency response strategies.
The HEC team is comprised of certified and seasoned environmental professionals, including senior project executives, professional engineers and field superintendents, and hundreds of field staff.
Our commitment to quality and reliability is evident in our certification and awards — and in our satisfied clients. Nearly 90% of HEC business is repeat business.
- Registered to the ISO 9001 and 14001 standards; became one of the first in the industry to be registered to both standards
- Attained NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaners Association) Certification to ensure HEC employees understand the consequences of mold to the environment and the public in general
- First contractor to receive U.S. EPA Accreditation for lead abatement
- Member of the Environmental Contractor’s Association, New York Building Congress, Building Trade Employers’ Association, The U.S. Green Building Council, the Subcontractor’s Trade Association, and the Building Owners and Managers Association
- Presented with the Safety Excellence Award – Contractor of the Year by the Building Trades Employers’ Association, 2005-2009. The safety of our workers, the public and the environment — and a job well done — is at the heart of the HEC mission and corporate objectives.
The safety of our workers, the public and the environment — and a job well done — is at the heart of the HEC mission and corporate objectives.