Mold inspections near me, water damage inspections near me, Mold, - Gloucester Township, NJ -

Mold inspections near me, water damage inspections near me, Mold,

Sometime mold growth is Visibly hard to see behind Wall Cavities, Building Chases, Insulation, Ceiling Tiles, Ceiling Vents, around Piping, in or around HVAC ductwork, Heating and Cooling Registers, Bathroom Exhaust Fans, Kitchen Exhaust Hoods, and Electrical Outlets.  Vehicle air cabins, Vehicle Air conditioner ports/Vents, and under Vehicle seats and Vehicle carpet and padding, are also areas to inspect. 

Interstitial Condensation and Moisture, is one reason for these hard to see areas, inside Wall Cavities, and Buiding Chases.

Borescopes are used for visual inspection work where the target area is inaccessible by other means, or where accessibility may require destructive, time consuming and/or expensive dismounting activities. 

Borescopes are mostly used in Nondestructive Inspection techniques, for recognizing mold growth or particulate buildup.

Our SERVPRO Restoration of Blackwood NJ company, utilizes this important inspection tool, during some of our Water Damage inspections and Mold inspections.


As Veteran Owned and Operated, SERVPRO of Blackwood and Gloucester Township NJ, offers free estimates for Commercial and Residential Water damage restoration in NJ, Water damage remediation in NJ, Mold inspections, Attic Mold remediation, Mold remediation, Flood damage in NJ, Flood cleaning in NJ, Covid 19 Cleaning in Blackwood NJ, Water damage restoration in Blackwood NJ, Fire Damage in Blackwood NJ, Mold remediation in Blackwood NJ, Biohazard cleaning in Blackwood NJ, Crime Scene cleaning in Blackwood NJ,

Phone: 8562277800

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Have Questions? Call Us Today – (856) 227-7800

Jon Barrett

Marketing Manager

SERVPRO of Blackwood NJ Gloucester Township

Phone: (856) 227-7800




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