Westchester County School Mold Removal and Remediation
to the Environmental Protection Agency, twenty percent of the U.S.
population, or nearly 55 million people, spend their days in elementary
and secondary schools. Unfortunately, about twenty percent of the
80,000 public schools have a failure rating for indoor air quality
testing. That is a lot of people spending their days in a hazardous
Because of their time spent in Westchester County schools, children are
particularly susceptible to pollutants. Schools or day care facilities
with poor indoor air quality can test positive for Stachybotrys,
or black mold. The presence of mold sports can cause health problems
for children, teachers and administrators. School children may experience
health symptoms that can range from headaches, coughing, nasal congestion,
ear infections and other respiratory problems.
Where can mold appear in a school?
HVAC systems can become
contaminated with mold, spreading spores into every classroom. Air conditioners
that are not properly maintained can sweat and this excess moisture can
cause mold growth.
Schools have many areas with high traffic. Moisture can be tracked in by
people coming in and out of the school. Carpets can also be moldy after
children spill milk, food, glue - and the occasional throw up. When young
children sleep near the floor at nap time, they are exposed to the moldy
carpets. This can result in sick kids.
In time, mold can cause structural damage to a building if the
problem remains unaddressed. Proper water removal is important to
keeping mold growth from occurring. Due to limited budgets, structural
problems are ignored or patched over. Rotting wood or mold-infested
boards may be 'fixed' with just a coat of new paint. The cost of
Westchester school mold
remediation is less than the cost of replacing an entire building.
As the Industry Leader, H&H Environmental Provides:
Complete school mold testing and reports
- School mold removal, remediation and abatement services
Mold treatment to prevent future mold and mildew growth
- Mold and fungi removal from water and flooding damage
Our professionals are all highly trained experts in industrial hygiene
and in the fields of water mitigation and building science.
A healthy learning environment provides many benefits. A mold-free
school reduces absenteeism, improves test scores and increases student
and staff productivity. Parents and school administrators should work together
to ensure that their children's schools are safe. Programs can be put in
place to prevent the growth of indoor contaminants. Proper mold remediation
is an important investment in the health of the students, faculty and the
Put our experience to work for your school district. We keep up-to-date
information on industry standards and regulations, and we provide the best
guarantees and warrantees in the industry.
We provide school mold removal and cleanup services to the
following in Ardsley, Armonk, Baldwin Place, Banksville, Bedford,
Bedford Hills, Bedford Village, Briarcliff Manor, Bronxville, Buchanan,
Chappaqua, Cortlandt, Cortlandt Manor, Crompond, Croton-on-Hudson,
Crugers, Dobbs Ferry, Eastchester, Eastview, Edgemont, Elmsford,
Fairview, Golden's Bridge, Granite Springs, Greenburgh, Harrison,
Hartsdale, Hastings-on-Hudson, Hawthorne, Heritage Hills, Irvington,
Jefferson Valley, Katonah, Lake Mohegan, Larchmont, Lewisboro, Lincolndale,
Mamaroneck, Millwood, Montrose, Mount Kisco, Mount Pleasant, Mount
Vernon, New Castle, New Rochelle, North Castle, North Salem, Ossining,
Peach Lake, Peekskill, Pelham, Pelham Manor, Pleasantville, Pocantico
Hills, Port Chester, Pound Ridge, Purchase, Rye, Rye Brook, Salem
Center, Scarsdale, Scotts Corners, Shenorock, Shrub Oak, Sleepy
Hollow, Somers, Somers, South Salem, Tarrytown, Thornwood, Tompkins
Corners, Tuckahoe, Valhalla, Verplanck, Vista, Waccabuc, White Plains,
Yonkers, Yorktown and Yorktown Heights.
Call us today at (888) 250-6653 for more information.