Mold Remediation

Quoted on a per project basis

Why choose us for Mold Remediation?

Our company uses environmentally friendly products for the remediation and all our staff is trained and knowledgeable.

  • We will determine the source of the mold and correct it or recommend the right contractor to correct it if it is outside our scope of work.
  • We will ensure that the mold issue is resolved but also give you a plan of action to clean the indoor air.
  • Our company is fully insured.
Mold Remediation

Our process is thorough from start to end & includes:

1

Onsite assessment to determine the source of the mold

2

Pre-Remediation Air Quality Test to determine Mold presence

3

Post-Remediation Air Quality Test to ensure a healthy living environment

Recent Projects

Attic Mold Remediation

1. Mold Attic Before
Before
1. Mold Attic After
After

Laundry Room Mold Remediation

Laundry Room Mold Remediation Before
Before
Laundry Room Mold Remediation After
After

FAQs

Mold is a type of fungus that can grow both indoors and outdoors. It thrives in damp and humid conditions, spreading through tiny spores that can be present in the air.

Mold can grow in areas with high humidity or moisture, such as bathrooms, kitchens, basements, and areas affected by water leaks or flooding.

No. Asbestos fibres easily become airborne which leads to serious risks of illness if proper precautions are not taken. There are strict Ontario regulations that define the procedures that must be used when working with different types of asbestos.

Look for visible signs of mold, such as black or green spots on walls, ceilings, or other surfaces. You may also notice a musty odor. Mold can sometimes hide in hidden areas, so be thorough in your inspection.

Mold can cause health issues, especially for individuals with allergies, respiratory problems, or weakened immune systems. Prolonged exposure to mold can lead to respiratory symptoms, skin irritation, and other health problems. While not all molds are harmful, some can produce mycotoxins that are potentially harmful. It’s essential to address any mold growth promptly, regardless of the type.

Small mold problems such as mildew on windows, can often be addressed by homeowners using appropriate cleaning solutions. However, for extensive mold growth, it’s advisable to seek professional help to ensure safe and thorough removal.

  1. Identify and eliminate the source of moisture.
  2. For extensive mold growth, consult with a professional mold remediation service.

Mold can return if the underlying moisture issue is not resolved.