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  • Environmental Assessments & Solutions, Inc.
    5.0
    We were so grateful to have found Charles of EAS after our toilet malfunctioned leading to sewage waste water all throughout the lower level of our house. Charles was both professional and thorough as he initially assessed the damage caused by the water. He discovered some hidden problems that had been exposed by the damage and helped us navigate all the necessary work, including mold remediation and asbestos abatement. We could tell he cared about us and making sure all the work was done properly and safely. Thanks to Charles we were more informed when dealing with our insurance to know what was covered under our policy. I would highly recommend his services to anyone read less
    David S.
  • Gr Tech LLC
    5.0
    Last year while cleaning the basement I noticed that some places in the floor tile were breaking up and crumbling into powder. Since our house was built around the time tiles containing asbestos were being phased out, I sent a sample to a lab to be tested. I found that there was asbestos in the tile but not in the glue that glued it to the floor. After an on-line review of asbestos abatement companies I selected Gr Tech LLC. I talked to Greg on the phone, gave him the floor dimensions and he quoted me an estimate of $2225. and sent me a written estimate and contract to sign. The estimate was for removal of VAT floor tiles 9X9 (460 SF) by non-friable method approved by NJ DOH. Because the basement area was full of junk, I wanted to wait to have the work done until it was cleaned. On March 19 I faxed him a letter and signed contract saying I wanted the work to be done as soon after May 1 as possible. I waited for him to specify the date he could do the work. When I called him 2 weeks before May 1 to see when the work would be done he said he had forgotten about the date and had scheduled other work right after May 1. We finally settled on June 3. On June 3 Greg arrived at 8:30 for the 9:00 appointment with an additional 3 workers. They entered the basement room through the garage so they did not contaminate any upstairs areas of the house. They taped plastic over the two doors into the basement room, the heat ducts into the room, and a place in the ceiling where the ceiling tiles had come down leaving a opening into the next room. They set up a fan which exhausted air to the outside through the basement window. The air went into a bag which would collect any particles going out of the basement. They took off the baseboards so they could take out the tiles right up to the wall. They then took up the tiles. bagged them, and later showed me a picture of the tiles. They took the bagged tiles with them when they left. They vacuumed everything. Finally they put a light gray epoxy over the floor to seal in any residual tile particles. The epoxy took a few hours to dry to the touch and overnight to dry to walk on. They said I should not go into the room until after the results from the air sample they took and sent to a lab for testing, showed the air quality was OK. Then I could take the plastic down and go in. They finished by 11:15. They cleaned up carefully taking any left over garbage with them. As he left, Greg gave me a copy of the paperwork he had sent to the NJ Department of Health 10 days before the work was to start which stated what was to be done. Later, he emailed me copies of the lab report showing that the air sample showed less than 1% asbestos in the air at the end of the process as required. They did not put the baseboards back because the epoxy was wet when they left. The attached picture shows the floor after their work. Since they did not grind off the glue that had attached the tiles to the floor (non friable removal) the floor looks checkered and is not smooth and flat but looks very nice (see picture). Some people might want to cover the floor with new tile or a rug if the room were going to be used for something other than storage read less
    Gardner P.
  • Startime Contracting LLC
    5.0
    Startime Contracting LLC. Abated the siding on the lower level of my New York property so i could build an extention, couldn't believe how fast the prossess was and the price fit right into my budget
    Chris G.
  • Startime Contracting LLC
    5.0
    Startime Contracting was very professional from beginning to end. They were thorough and transparent during the whole process. My roof was removed faster than I expected. All the debris and materials was removed. Compared to other companies that gave me an estimate Startime Contracting was fairly priced for the work I needed done. I will use them again and most definitely recommend Startime Contracting read less
    Scott ..
  • HNST Mold Inspections
    5.0
    It went great! My parents had a couple of leaks in their house in an upstairs bathroom and mold developed in the basement. Apparently in NY, if there is mold in your house, you must get a NY State licensed mold assessor to determine everywhere that mold is or could be. We got John Skelly’s name from a mold remediation company. John talked to me and explained what things we could and could not do, and what we did and didn’t have to do. He gave us multiple financial options. His fees were very reasonable. It turned out he also is licensed to assess for asbestos and since my parents’ house was built in 1968, we asked him to also check for asbestos. When he got to the house, he looked everything over well and also took air samples which were sent to a lab. He took special pictures showing where there was moisture. Throughout the entire process, he talked to me on the phone as well as by text and email, constantly keeping me apprised of all that was happening. After he was done, he sent me an email with a letter explaining everything to me-and to the mold remediator we hired-that included what they needed to do and where. It was a detailed letter with an incredible amount of data referring to moisture content, types of mold, and possible reactions to living with mold, among other things. He had a lot of technical equipment. He took multiple pictures showing where the mold and water damage was and included these in his report. Many of these photos were taken with special cameras and equipment. He even cited an incredible array of research and information if we or the remediators or anyone else wanted more information or knowledge. I forwarded the email to the remediators and they got to work. At the remediator's suggestion we had John come back again to “clear” the work they did, when they were almost done. He looked everything over well and took more air samples which he again sent to a lab. He told the remediators to do a few minor additional things but said they were primarily done. He did great work and was very thorough. For example at one point the mold remediators told him they had detected moisture content in one place a week before John came to the house even though he did not detect any there a week later. Rather than leaving that out of his report, he went back to the house and took a moisture reading again, and then included that information-citing the photos they took showing the moisture readings the remediators got-when they had been there. John is obviously smart and clearly knows what he is doing. When he wrote what the remediators needed to do, he wrote out quite an elaborate plan for them including the precautions they should take and what equipment they should use and where. While I’m pretty certain that many remediators know most of what he discussed, I’m fairly certain it was still very useful for them to know his recommendations since he is licensed to evaluate if and where mold is and how to best deal with it. It was also useful to me to know the extent of the work that was needed as well as the precautions the remediators needed to take to keep my elderly parents safe during the process. It was also impressive that he had all of that knowledge. In addition to everything else mentioned, John was also very supportive and was extremely helpful. When he learned from the remediators that my parents had a leak that hadn’t been able to be seen before the sheetrock on the walls and ceilings were down, he got out a ladder and looked at the leak carefully, even though it was way up in the ceiling in their basement. He had my Mom flush the toilet and took video of where the water was leaking so that we could show it to the plumber we next hired, as well as to the insurance company to demonstrate where the leak was and that it couldn’t be seen until the drywall was down from the walls and ceilings. He told us with this new information that he believed there was a leak in some part of the toilet and that this is clearly causing a leak and is likely what caused most or all of the mold. He really went above and beyond for us. He didn’t need to have done any of what I just mentioned above. In the end he wrote up another report talking about the remediators and the leaks. He also wrote it so that we could show the insurance company and let them know what was going on. Between John and the mold remediators my parents and I ended up having what could have been a very dragged-out, annoying, costly situation, be something that was as painless as possible and was even quite interesting and informative. As I said above, John really went above and beyond for us. He didn’t need to do some of the things he did. You cannot go wrong if you hire him to assess mold or asbestos or anything else he is licensed to evaluate, in your home. I very highly recommend John Skelly read less
    Lisa S.
  • Environmental Assessments & Solutions, Inc.
    5.0
    When we discovered we had asbestos in our basement, hiring Charles was the best decision we made. Our problem turned out to be more extensive than originally thought but Charles helped us through the project. He was always available to answer our questions and above all provided excellent advice and recommendations on how to proceed. As a homeowner unfamiliar with the process used to remove asbestos, he became our trusted adviser throughout the project. I would strongly recommend his services to others faced with an asbestos problem read less
    Robert M.
  • All Vac Environmental, Inc.
    5.0
    All Vac Environmental did an excellent job when we had water damage in our home. The staff was professional and friendly. Mr. Small and his crew went above and beyond to make sure the job was done in a timely manner. We have recommended them to other family & friends and we will use them again if needed in the future read less
    Steph R.
  • All Vac Environmental, Inc.
    5.0
    Great pleasant team they removed mold and asbestos from my home also explained step by step of the process and the price was alot better than the quote I received and the time factor of job was on point they were so dedicated to the job they were there ontill night to meet all deadlines very honest and trustworth read less
    Horace S.
  • Environmental Assessments & Solutions, Inc.
    5.0
    EAS immediately answered my inquiry and he was able to schedule for the next day. Charles, the owner of the company personally came to inspect the apartment and did a very thorough check of the air quality, lead, asbestos and mold. We called him in to test for visible mold and he found that we had a bigger problem then what we originally called him in for. I highly recommend his services and quick turn around on the lab results and inspector report read less
    Maria A.
  • Environmental Assessments & Solutions, Inc.
    5.0
    Everything went very smoothly. All the work done was orchestrated perfectly with great consideration to the client.
    Carol M.
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