Expert mold removal in Canada

Many homeowners underestimate the danger mold presents. While mold is generally thought of as unsightly, it can actually be known as one of the worst contaminants. Mold can grow indoors on wet or damp surfaces, such as wallpaper, ceiling tiles, carpets, insulation material, wood and drywall. It can start to grow within 48 hours and if left unchecked, can have serious impacts on both your quality of life and your home's physical structure.

If you've noticed the presence of mold in your home, or think that you have black mold, ServiceMaster Restore, your Canadian mold removal experts, are here to help with mold problems and prevent long-term damage.

 

WHY IS MOLD A PROBLEM?

Structural Damage

Molds gradually destroy whatever they grow on and can grow anywhere:

  • Foundation
  • Roof
  • HVAC system
  • Drywall
  • Gutters
  • Furnishings and more

Health Problems

All molds have the potential to cause side effects:

  • Headaches
  • Breathing Difficulties
  • Skin irritation
  • Allergic reactions
  • Aggravation of asthma symptoms

 

ServiceMaster restore is an INDUSTRY-LEADING MOLD removal and restoration company.

With over 60 years in business, ServiceMaster Restore stands at the top of the Canadian mold remediation industry, leading the way with trained technicians and techniques. We'll work to establish the best mold removal procedures for your situation. 

Prevent mold growth with water damage restoration

Since mold has the ability to start growing within 48 hours, it's important to react quickly to water damage. We use highly effective drying techniques and monitoring tools to measure your home's temperature, humidity and moisture content.  

Keep your living environment healthy by contacting ServiceMaster Restore for mold removal and prevention services. Taking immediate action can make the difference between a small problem and a much larger situation.

Trust ServiceMaster Restore for expert mold remediation. Contact us immediately following any incidences of water damage or after mold is discovered in your home.

  Homeowner



Mold on Wall and in Carpet

What makes mold grow?

 

  • An organic food source: cellulose in paper, wood, or drywall, natural fibres, even soil.

  • Moisture, even high humidity in the air

  • Moderate temperature, especially between 20 - 30°C (68 - 86°F)

  • Stagnant air; not fresh or moving air

When allowed to grow, mold causes discoloration and structural damage to building materials. A significant amount of mold impacts indoor air quality, requires specialized remediation techniques and is costly to remove.