Stop mould moving further
Moulds grow throughout the natural and built environment. In nature, moulds serve a purpose. Indoors, mould can grow and multiply causing health problems and property damage.
Mould growth can occur as a result of flooding or sewer back-ups, plumbing, or roof leaks and persist in poorly ventilated areas such as damp basements, bathrooms, and kitchens. Not all mould looks the same; it takes on a variety of colours and textures and poses significant health risks to residents if it is left untreated. People with allergies, small children, and the elderly are most susceptible to the dangerous effects of mould contaminants.
Our technicians are trained to recognize and remediate your mould issues in a safe and contained manner. Our number one concern is to make sure the safety and health of the occupants as well as our technicians is protected. Our technicians will prepare and contain the affected area, remove damaged materials, and treat the structure with antimicrobial agents to eliminate mould growth at the source and prevent it from moving further. Moisture controls will be put into place and physical removal of mould from the structure will prevent future mould growth.
In addition to the mould remediation, we will work with you to ensure your property is returned to pre-loss condition. Repairing and rebuilding your home to a safe and comfortable environment is our goal. Left untreated, mould can spread quickly and have damaging effects on your property, belongings, and your health.
Whether it’s restoration, new builds, general contracting or anything in between our licensed and insured professionals are ready to take on your next project. Our motto is simple: We treat each customer’s damages as if it were our own, applying the same standards of quality workmanship that we would expect ourselves. For any size project, you can trust the professionals at WINMAR®.
This WINMAR® franchise is independently owned and operated. WINMAR® is a registered trademark owned by WINMAR® International Inc. and is used under license.