When mold removal in Toronto is needed to restore a property to a pristine, safe environment, most people would prefer to never encounter the concern again. There are a number of steps home and commercial property owners can take after mold removal services Toronto companies do their jobs to make sure the need never arises again.
Molds hardly look as bad as termites, but in reality, they can be just as bad or worse. Presence of molds in indoor environment can affect the health of children, adults and even pets. They spread allergens in the air that can cause irritation of skin and throat in babes almost immediately on contact. So, there is much reason for you to take molds and mildews seriously. Now, removing them may not seem much, neither in terms of brain, nor brawn, at first, but once you get to the task of doing it, you will realize that the end is far down the road.
The biggest mold remediation companies in Toronto treat all projects with unvarying importance. Every project is relevant to thorough analysis and treatment. Based on that logic, the companies pick 5 key principles that are fulfilled in the context of all projects, big or small. If you are about to hire a service provider, then make sure these five principles are among theirs.
There is nothing worse then when selling your home and the potential buyer’s home inspector comes back with issues they found. There are usually a few small issues but no one wants to hear that they may have asbestos in the home, especially vermiculite.
This cannot only scare both parties involved, but potentially lose the sale of your home. Continue reading
Our Hearts and Hands go out to those affected by the unfortunate recent Fire that has stormed through Fort McMurray.
Whether you were directly affected by the fire, or your property has experienced secondary damage from Smoke or Water, Canada’s Restoration Services is here to help!
Canada’s Restoration Services has been serving Alberta for years in the restoration industry, providing services in Fire Damage Restoration, Smoke Damage Restoration and Water Damage Restoration. Continue reading
Yesterday a friend of mine called and said,
“Darren, my friend is buying a house and has to waive the home inspection because that’s the condition – offers with no condition. I know the risks of not having a home inspection and am concerned there is mold, what should I do?”
Unfortunately this has become very common in today’s Real Estate market, but it does not mean you should not take the proper precautionary steps to ensure the home is in good condition. Continue reading
If you have encountered water damage and are now restoring your house back to its pre-damaged condition, there is a good chance you should thoroughly inspect the affected surfaces, and the sooner the better (within 24-48 hours after occurrence of water damage). Watch out for the signs that indicate the presence of mold. Since the risk of mold after the incident is very high, be sure to properly take care of the damage. Continue reading
Mold in rental apartments is a very common issue in today’s society. The main question everyone asks is “who is responsible for the cleanup?” Depending on the situation, it could be either the tenants or the landlord’s responsibility to deal with the cleanup. Often times, this issue is brought to the Landlord & Tenant Board and a file is started. Each member is able to bring forth their evidence and state their case at the hearing. In order to avoid this situation, ensure that a Tenancy Agreement has been signed and understand completely what each party is responsible for. Continue reading
Why would mold grow in my home?
Mold is part of the natural environment and it is impossible to remove all spores from the air. Mold can actually be a good thing in the right environment. Outdoors, it is used for breaking down dead organic matter such as leaves or fallen trees. However, if elevated mold spores are present indoors, then there could be a problem. Continue reading
Just like humans, mold is a living organism and needs the proper environment, food and water to survive. Mold is very fond of cool, dark places that are wet and damp, and especially loves to “chill” in areas with as little air flow as possible (come on, even humans love a good detox). Mold is not a picky eater and will eat anything that is an organic material (wood, drywall, plaster and fabrics). Its favorite hangout spot is on dust particles and likes to get down and dirty in all the tiny cracks and crevasses of our homes.
We would love to say just eliminate all these conditions from your homes/property’s and you’ll be fine, but let’s be honest, it is nearly impossible. We have put together a list of ways that you can mold-proof your home and help prevent mold growth: Continue reading