Do you offer free remediation quotes?
Yes, we offer free quotes for all services. Filling out our contact form on our Contact page will help us understand the nature of your potential service request, and will expedite the process of getting a quote to you.
The Fire Department recommended that we board up our home (or business). Is that something that you can do?
Our fire was not very big. Can we clean it up ourselves?
The fire department put out the fire but now we have a lot of water in the house. What should we do?
Can my family stay in our home during the restoration effort?
How long will the clean-up and restoration process take?
How long until mould starts to grow after a leak or flood?
Is it OK to keep your equipment running or do I need to do something with it?
How will you know when everything is dry?
How long will the dry out take?
What is going to happen with my damaged furniture and/or contents?
When do i need Biohazard Clean-up services?
Why can’t i just be careful while cleaning?
Will the area be safe after the cleaning process?
How long does crime scene clean-up take?
What is mould?
Mould is a fungus. It can be present in both outdoor and indoor environments and is generally the result of wet or poorly ventilated areas, which are continuously damp. It needs water to grow, as well as food, oxygen and a warm temperature and produces microscopic particles which can become airborne and then inhaled by humans and animals.
What does mould look like?
Mould can be black, grey-brown, grey-green or white in colour. It can appear as clusters of small blackspots, or can look white and thread-like.
What are the most common indoor moulds?
How much does Certified Mould Remediation cost?
The amount of labour, the industrial equipment needed, the length of time needed to complete the project, as well as, the square footage of the area will determine the overall cost of a remediation project. Our remediation specialist determine these factors.
How long does Certified Mould Remediation take?
The overall length of time needed to complete a remediation project will be depending on severity of the contamination.
Can my family and l remain in my property (safely) when remediation takes place?
Yes, if only a portion of the property is determined to be contaminated, then this area can be safely separated off from the rest of the house during the remediation process. However ,if a property is determined to have widespread contamination throughout the entire house, the property owners may need to temporarily vacate the property in order to facilitate the cleaning process.
What do I do with my personal items that have been effected by the mould/fungal contamination?
There are multiple variables that will need to be considered by each individual when deciding what to do with their personal items that may have become contaminated. Important factors include: the quantity and type of mould contamination determined in the area, whether there is visible mould growth seen on the personal items.
What is a Negative Air Machine and Negative Air Pressure?
A Negative Air Machine (also called a HEPA air scrubber) is a high powered air filtration device that draws large amounts of air through multiple filters (to include a HEPA filter) in order to capture airborne particles (like mould spores). A HEPA air filter will capture 99.97% of airborne mould/fungal spores that pass through it. This is an important piece of equipment when utilized during the Certified Mould Remediation process.
Negative Air Pressure is the act of producing a slight vacuum effect within a specific area of the house in order to help prevent airborne mould spores from being sent into adjacent areas of the property.
How do I know that the remediation job was done properly?
Typically, we recommend that post remediation testing be performed by Independent company to help determine whether the remediation process has been successful. If the property owner or client decides that they do not want post remediation testing performed, Final Clearance will be determined by an olfactory and visual inspection.