New England Remediation Services added soda blasting to its arsenal of media blasting services. With new state-of-the-art equipment, the crews can now utilize soda, walnuts, dry ice and water (which is dustless). This means that NERS can safely remove surfaces of even the most delicate items such as fiberglass without pitting the surface. ... Continue Reading about Soda Blasting Services
There is nothing like walking into your basement to look for some needed item, only to find puddles of water. During the spring, when Mother Nature is busy unleashing buckets of water over New England, we get lots of calls about wet basements — not to mention other leaky locations in the home. Whether your basement is flooded or you have a bedroom ... Continue Reading about Spring Showers Bring….Wet Basements?
When a Realtor lists a home on the market, he or she needs to know a lot more than how many bedrooms and bathrooms it has, and if it’s close to a really great elementary school. Realtors should also be aware of environmental hazards that may be present in the home.While the seller has a legal obligation to let buyers know that there may be ... Continue Reading about What Realtors Need to Know About Home Hazards
Ron Pinciaro, along with employee Chandara Khim, took the course at the Institute for Environmental Education in Wilmington, Mass. Ron is now certified as a NH Asbestos Contractor and Supervisor, pursuant to the Title II of the Toxic Substance Control Act, 15 U.S.C. 2646. As an article on the Asbestos Abatement website notes, in order for ... Continue Reading about Asbestos Certification