Posted in Air Quality, on December 06, 2017 By Admin
As the nights get longer and the days colder, it’s important to be thinking of your home’s indoor air quality, since you’ll be spending that much more time indoors. One of the things many homeowners don’t realize is that mold often grows better during the winter months, Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on November 07, 2016 By Admin
Floods and unwanted water in your home can not only ruin furniture, valuables, and electronics in your home it can also cause mould, which affects your air quality. Thats right, unwanted water in your home can lead to a lot of damage, not only to your house but to your air quality.
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Posted in Air Quality, on November 01, 2016 By Admin
We receive a lot of calls where potential clients are concerned about mold growth. Either because they have seen mold growth somewhere in their home, or they believe that they can smell mold. Many are unsure if they need just a mold inspection or air quality testing as well. A detailed Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on October 24, 2016 By Admin
There are numerous mold remediation companies that either use chemicals during their mold cleaning or mold remediation procedures. We have a number of clients that call us all the time to ask if there chemicals are really necessary to get rid of their mold problem.
There are a number of Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on September 09, 2016 By Admin
The typical first reaction to finding mould is to get rid of it. Mould attacks and damages your health, your indoor air quality, and the state of your home. A lot of articles on the internet suggest spraying certain chemicals onto the mould to get get rid of it, but that may just be one of the worstRead More
Posted in Mold, on May 24, 2016 By Admin
The spring real estate market in the city of Toronto and the GTA is hotter than ever this year. Sales and prices have never been higher. Unfortunately, there is another price to pay aside from the listing price. The price for removing hidden mold growth. Many purchasers are forgoing a Read More
Posted in Air Quality, on March 03, 2016 By Admin
Time to check your house for winter mold damage which can affect indoor air quality.
This year has been a fairly mild winter with very little in precipitation and very little in accumulating snow. For the most part temperatures have been around or slightly above freezing. However, there have beenRead More
Posted in Air Quality, on November 10, 2015 By Admin
You're probably aware that mold affects the air you breathe, but do you know how this happens? Perhaps it's time you did. Mold is a term for numerous kinds of unwanted fungi that exist outdoors and indoors. Microorganisms such as fungi help in the breakdown of dead material, making them an Read More
Posted in Mold, on February 20, 2015 By Admin
Last weeks cold snap caused thousands of homes in the GTA to have frozen water pipes. Some pipes remain frozen today. Frozen water supply lines in a house is caused by water pipes freezing in poorly or non insulated wall, floor or ceiling cavities. As the plumbing lines freeze, water supply stops. Read More