New York City Mold Removal Vital to the Public's Safety and Health as Spring is Right Around the Corner
Brooklyn, NY, February 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Mold and water damage is spreading throughout New York homes causing both financial and health problems for those hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. With major home insurance companies finding loopholes to avoid paying out settlements and FEMA only offering help for damage under the flood line, many New Yorkers have been forced to go into their personal savings accounts or apply for high interest personal loans to restore the damage done to their homes.
The past few months have been extremely devastating to those living in the Northeast with homeowners turning to home refinancing, personal loans, taking out second mortgages and more just to restore the damage this storm has caused. The problem with these options are that in order to sell a home or get refinanced, a professional home inspector must come to the home and perform a thorough home inspection to ensure the home is ready for sale. Flood and mold damage that has not been thoroughly cleaned up can cause problems on the inspections and a result in a refusal to list.
Companies like Five Boro Mold Specialist
have stepped up to help those who are unable to get funding or get denied their claim from their home owners’ insurance companies. The Hurricane Sandy Toxic Mold Relief Fund was set up by Moty Katz and Five Boro Mold Specialists to ensure those unable to afford the remediation costs still receive the services. The Hurricane Sandy Toxic Mold Relief Fund is available to low income families throughout New York looking for assistance eliminating the mold aggressively growing throughout their homes.
Moty Katz stated “This hurricane was disastrous and has affected thousands of homes throughout the northeast. With minimal assistance and funds available to help those in need, the only conclusion I could think of was to step up to the plate and try to help these people get their lives back. My team and I have pulled in all of our resources to help make a difference in the clean up process.”
The Hurricane Sandy Toxic Mold Relief Fund offers professional mold remediation to those who qualify. Air samples are taken to determine the amount of mold in the home, swab samples of the mold are sent to independent laboratories to establish the exact type of mold in the home and a comprehensive NYC mold inspections
report will be provided to the home owner. Five Boro Mold Specialists are offering their services for free or discounted rates to low income families looking for reprieve from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Visit FiveBoroMoldSpecialist.com for more information on how to receive professional help removing the mold damage from your home. Call 347.453.9000 today and find out if you qualify for the Hurricane Sandy Toxic Mold Relief Fund from Moty Katz and the Five Boro Mold Specialists.