Our mission is simple. Make homes safe and clean for homeowners while protecting the planet. Pollution Solutions has been performing mold remediation and restoration in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania region for over 12 years. Our company is owned and operated by a 2nd generation remediation specialist who takes pride in making a safer environment for all residential and commercial properties.
Pollution Solutions takes pride in all jobs, large or small, and will even provide post testing for all homes or properties that we have serviced. Our company is licensed, insured, and certified in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We attend conventions and classes annually to ensure we are up to date with all current certifications and requirements so that your home or property gets the best option possible.
Indoor air quality can be 2x to 5x more polluted than outdoor air.
Indoor air pollution can threaten the health — and the lives — of everyone in your family. Here are four tips to help you and your family reduce air pollution in your home.
- Clean Air Tip #1
Indoor air quality is one of the top five environmental risks to public health. In fact, pollution inside can be two to five times worse than the air outdoors. The single most effective way to keep the air in your home healthy is to keep things out of your home that cause air pollution, including cigarette smoke, excess moisture and chemicals.
- Clean Air Tip #2
Another important strategy is to ventilate to pull dangerous pollutants out of the house. Run the exhaust fans in your bathroom and kitchen. Open your windows. Make sure you have a good exhaust system in place for appliances and stoves.
- Clean Air Tip #3
Rain and high humidity can bring moisture indoors, creating dampness, mold and mildew — big problems for healthy indoor air. Dampness alone — not just mold — is associated with higher risk of wheezing, coughing and asthma symptoms.
- Clean Air Tip #4
Check your roof, foundation and basement or crawlspace once a year to catch leaks or moisture problems and route water away from your home’s foundation. Fix problems as quickly as possible to prevent unhealthy dampness from entering your home.