ABC ENVIRONMENTAL LLC

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Tyler Beauchamp
Tyler Beauchamp
2024-05-01
I'm incredibly grateful to David for his lead and asbestos testing support. After contacting several companies and needing testing done quickly, David was the only one who could accommodate me within the week. His team is kind and professional. Their testing was thorough, and the results were returned as soon as they were made available. David patiently answered all my questions via email and phone. I'll recommend ABC Environmental to friends and family and reach out to them for future services. When it comes to this business, there is no one better than David. Thanks, team!
Edward Zhang
Edward Zhang
2024-04-19
Great experience for remediation and repair. The team was professional and thorough. David explained the process clearly and handled everything with urgency. Highly recommend!
isaac sadaka
isaac sadaka
2024-04-18
I reached out to ABC Environmental to get a asbestos testing (ACP5) for my apartment renvation in manhattan they came out the same day and the the report for me in 2 business days highly recommend!!
scott sweeney
scott sweeney
2024-04-05
Good service at a fair price.
Albert Halabieh
Albert Halabieh
2024-03-22
I used David very fast and professional. He came within the two hours of my call and he answered all my questions.
Shella Kabani
Shella Kabani
2024-03-21
Was a pleasure working with david and the team!!
Albert Hara
Albert Hara
2024-03-14
Amazing service and wonderful to do business with.
elichai pariente
elichai pariente
2024-03-14
David did a tremendous job. His advice and follow up was fantastic. Would use him again for any abatement and testing.
A Stef
A Stef
2024-03-11
They were easy to deal with and at a great price
CERTIFIED MOLD TESTING AND REMOVAL COMPANY IN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY
Certified Asbestos Removal company in New York and New Jersey
Lead- Safe EPA Certified Company

Our Testing & Remediation Services

MOLD TESTING & REMOVAL

Mold is a major- world wide problem. It blackens and stains the grout lines in your shower, discolors drywall, shows up as black spots on siding, darkens decks, and grows on/ rots damp wood everywhere. Even worse, it can be bad for your health. Mold releases microscopic spores that cause allergic reactions, runny noses and sneezing, as well as irritating and even injurious odors.

LEAD TESTING & REMOVAL

It does not matter if a person breathes-in, swallows, or absorbs lead particles, the health effects are the same. We have conducted hundreds of major Lead Testing And Remediation projects nationwide, in a variety of industrial, and commercial, settings ranging from family homes to high-rise buildings and multi-acre industrial facilities.

ASBESTOS TESTING & REMOVAL

Asbestos exposure can lead to mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cancers. We are experts when it comes to testing and managing asbestos, we have worked/consulted in a variety of both small and large scale projects in industrial and commercial settings. These projects have involved office buildings, homes, restaurants and more.

Other Micro Services by ABC ENVIRONMENTAL:

WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

Heavy rain and storms, Flooding, Old or poorly fitted water pipes bursting in or under the building, Overflowing toilets, Water used to put out a fire or Leaky Water Heater can cause your residential or business property to suffer Water Damage resulting in Mold and Mild Dew which is bad for the health of your building itself and health of people coming into the radius of that surrounding.

Experts at ABC ENVIRONMENTAL find the root channel of Water Damage to the building and provide repair and cleanup services after that so the building can be saved from further damage caused by water.

 

 

 

 

 

FIRE DAMAGE RESTORATION

Cooking equipment, Electrical and lighting systems, Heating equipment, Arson, Smoking materials, Heated or Broken production Machinery, or Office or electronic equipment can be the cause of fire breakout in any commercial or residential building. Damage caused by fire can not be restored without seeking professional help as it not only destroys the structure of the building but it also releases harmful gas, which can be deadly to inhale.

Experts at ABC ENVIRONMENTAL help to restore fire damage through Site cleaning, Structure Cleaning, Smoke odour Removal, and Remodeling. 

 

WE KNOW THE ABCs OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE

Our team of licensed inspectors, investigators, designers and contractors have many decades of experience between them, they are experts when it comes to testing and handling Mold, Asbestos and Lead projects in residential and commercial settings.

We are also confident in our ability to provide the best prices in the New York tri-state area, contact us today to see for yourself! 

Who all we serve

Home Owners

Realtors

Property Managers

Environmental Specialists

House Inspectors

Healthcare Professionals

Architects

Interior/Exterior

Designers

Our Core Values

Best team of certified and trained professionals take care of each project.

Comprehensive and negotiable pricing according to clients’ requirements of the hour.

Fastest response and service time record.

WHY YOU SHOULD CARE ABOUT MOLD

Outside, molds help to break down plant and animal matter. As part of the fungi family, they release tiny spores that float through the air. These spores can enter your home via:

  • doors

  • windows

  • heating and air conditioning vents

  • clothing and shoes

  • pets

Mold is a major- worldwide problem. It blackens and stains the grout lines in your shower, discolors drywall, shows up as black spots on siding, darkens decks, and grows on/ rots damp wood everywhere. Even worse, it can be bad for your health. Mold releases microscopic spores that cause allergic reactions, runny noses and sneezing, as well as irritating and even injurious odors

In 2004 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) found there was sufficient evidence to link indoor exposure to mold with upper respiratory tract symptoms, cough, and wheeze in otherwise healthy people.

People with allergies may be more sensitive to molds. People with immune suppression or underlying lung disease are more susceptible to fungal infections. Individuals with chronic respiratory disease (e.g., chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, asthma) may experience difficulty breathing. Individuals with immune suppression are at increased risk for infection from molds. If you or your family members have these conditions, a qualified medical clinician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment.

The same area can be infested with multiple molds, and we can’t always differentiate the mold without testing it. Luckily, knowing the type of the mold isn’t required to get rid of it. 

THE MOST COMMON TYPES OF INDOOR MOLDS ARE:

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Cladosporium

  • This mold’s colour varies from brown to green, to black. It grows in both warm and cool locations and is most often found on wood, carpets, or fabrics, also in heating and cooling ducts.
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Penicillium

  • This fuzzy blue, green, or yellow mold is often found under carpets or in basements, and in insulation, especially when there’s been some water damage.
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Aspergillus

  • This mold is green, white, or gray with dark spots and has a powdery look. This type of mold doesn’t need much ventilation to grow. It thrives in fabrics, walls, attics, and basements, as well as on dry food items.
types of mold

Mold grows quickly. So if you see signs of mold. Act Quick, stay calm and call ABC Environmental.

ASBESTOS – WHAT IS IT?

Long sought after for its excellent heat resistance, versatility, strength, and affordability,  asbestos started becoming increasingly popular during the 19th century, but it soon became apparent that it was causing of a multitude of health problems.

Asbestos exposure can lead to mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cancers. Asbestos use was finally banned in the United States in 1978. However, builders and manufacturers were still allowed to use the rest of their supply, meaning homes built as late as 1986 may still contain asbestos.

In the United States, reports show that up to 30 million homes and commercial buildings consist of some form of asbestos-containing material. Only a licensed professional can test for asbestos and assess whether or not removal is safe and necessary. There are strict federal and state guidelines that need to be followed for the handling, removal and disposal of asbestos. ​

Asbestos can be found in many areas of buildings and homes such as:

  • Paint

  • Flooring

  • Roofing, shingles

  • Tiles

  • Pipes

  • Furnaces

  • Gaskets

  • Wall insulation

Exposure to asbestos can increase the risk of developing

  • Lung cancer.

  • Asbestosis, which causes permanent lung damage.

  • Mesothelioma, a rare cancer of the chest and stomach lining.

  • Cancer of the gastrointestinal tract, kidney and throat (larynx or oropharynx).

  • Scarring of the lung lining.

Pleural effusions, when fluid collects around the lungs.

ASBESTOS REMOVAL

There are strict state and federal guidelines that must be adhered to for safe asbestos removal. The federal government offers training courses for licensed professionals to perform the following steps:

  • The area is sealed off typically with plastic sheeting to keep fibers from getting into other areas. Taped seals are double checked to make sure that fibers cannot escape.

  • HEPA air filters are placed in the work area and clean air exhaust ducts are installed outside of the area. The HEPA filters clean the air within the work area, while the exhaust ducts clean the air just outside while trapping any stray fibers that may have escaped.

  • Workers are instructed to wear a protective suit and respirators while removing asbestos material.

  • The work area is tightly secured. When asbestos removal begins unauthorized individuals may not enter the work space.

  • In-progress inspections are performed to ensure that all asbestos materials were completely removed. Asbestos materials are place in double plastic bags 6 mil thick.

  • After removal is complete, the work area is cleaned with HEPA vacuums and wiped down.

LEAD

It does not matter if a person breathes-in, swallows, or absorbs lead particles, the health effects are the same; however, the body absorbs higher levels of lead when it is breathed in.

Health effects from short-term overexposure to lead

Lead poisoning can happen if a person is exposed to very high levels of lead over a short period of time. When this happens, a person may feel:

  • Abdominal pain

  • Constipated

  • Tired

  • Headachy

  • Irritable

  • Loss of appetite

  • Memory loss

  • Pain or tingling in the hands and/or feet

  • Weak

Lead can cross the placental barrier, which means pregnant women who are exposed to lead also expose their unborn children. Lead can damage a developing baby’s nervous system. Even low-level lead exposures in developing babies have been found to affect behaviour and intelligence. Lead exposure can cause miscarriage, stillbirths, and infertility (in both men and women).

SOURCES OF LEAD:

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Lead in paint:

  • Lead-based paints for homes, children’s toys and household furniture have been banned in the United States since 1978. But lead-based paint is still on walls and woodwork in many older homes and apartments. Most lead poisoning in children results from eating chips of deteriorating lead-based paint.
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Water pipes and imported canned goods:

  • Lead pipes, brass plumbing fixtures and copper pipes soldered with lead can release lead particles into tap water. Lead solder in food cans, banned in the United States, is still used in some countries.
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Soil:

  • Lead particles from leaded gasoline or paint settle on soil and can last years. Lead-contaminated soil is still a major problem around highways and in some urban settings. Some soil close to walls of older houses contains lead.
  • Household dust : Household dust can contain lead from lead paint chips or from contaminated soil brought in from outside

  • Pottery : Glazes found on some ceramics china and porcelain can contain lead that can leach into food served or stored in the pottery.

  • Toys : Lead is sometimes found in toys and other products produced abroad.

Testimonials

I had a mold issue in my apartment after a flood, David did an amazing job finding and fixing the problem. I couldn’t be happier with his service and job quality! I highly recommend ABC Environmental for all your mold needs!

- avi s

2 weeks ago

I don’t normally share reviews, but ABC just made everything so easy! They came the same day I called and handled everything promptly and at a reasonable price. I will definitely use them in other buildings that I manage! Highly recommend! Ask for David, he helped me.

- Gabriella D

4 months ago

ABC Environmental provided me with effective, and efficient service. David, especially, provided outstanding customer service, responded in appropriate time, and made me feel confident in my decision hiring this company. I am happy with both service, and the timely results. 5/5 stars, very happy with my mold remediation work.

- Abraham M

2 months ago

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