Mold spores thrive in high humidity and warm temperatures. Couple that with water damage from a flood or leak and suddenly your hotel, bank, school or retail shop could be causing headaches, respiratory illnesses or worse. RRC microbial remediation is thorough. We handle mold removal by evaluating all areas of the project:

  • Inspection & assessment
  • Written scope of work & technical reports
  • Health & safety
  • Containment to prevent contamination to unaffected areas
  • Microbial remediation & removal
  • Structure & content cleaning
  • HVAC system decontamination
  • Documents, vital records, archives & information (micro) media recovery
  • Dehumidification & moisture removal
  • In accordance with EPA and state protocols


Asbestos removal, also known as asbestos abatement, is the process of removing asbestos-containing products from a home, business, or public building. Asbestos was widely used in construction materials in the twentieth century, particularly between the 1950s and 1970s. Asbestos exposure is now known to cause serious illnesses, including a chronic lung disease called asbestosis, and cancers such as mesothelioma and lung cancer.

Even a small amount of asbestos exposure is potentially dangerous. Another problem is that as construction materials containing asbestos age, they deteriorate and may release asbestos fibers into the air. Airborne fibers can be inhaled and potentially cause disease. For these reasons ,asbestos removal is an important safety consideration when remodeling, renovating, or demolishing any building known or suspected to contain asbestos.

If asbestos is present in materials that are disturbed during such activities, fibers can become airborne. This means it is usually safest to remove asbestos-containing materials altogether so that asbestos exposure cannot occur.

Floor Tile
Flooring Adhesive
Pipe Covering
Boiler Covering
Hot Air Duct
Siding and Roofing Abestos