Professional Mold Remediation In London, Ontario
Mould remediation is focused on the removal of mould and its spores from your property. Mould can take between 48 and 72 to grow following any excess moisture exposure which includes flooding and leaks. If you wish to prevent mould, notice a musty odour or unexpected health concerns following water damage contact us for a complete mould assessment of your property.
Mould and mildew typically have a musty odour and present as green, grey, brown or black spots and clusters. It is a type of fungus, growing in multicellular filaments called hyphae that produces spores which can become airborne. Exposure to mould generally occurs when mould becomes disturbed and releases its spores which are then inhaled. These inhaled spores can result in a host of adverse health effects. Mould remediation is very important for your family safety. Emergency Flood Response provides affordable, quick, and professional mould remediation in London, Ontario and nearby areas. Contact us today to get started on your mould remediation service.
Mold Removal & Remediation Services in London, Ontario
Signs of mold damage in your property includes:
- Musty or damp smells
- Chipped or discoloured wall paint
- History of excess moisture in the home
- Increased allergies or asthma-related symptoms
We can help you with your mould problem! Call Emergency Flood Response to arrange for an in-person consult, which includes an initial inspection, a detailed findings and recommendations report, and a formal quote. Emergency Flood Response can remove mould from your property, advise you on ways to reduce excess moisture and improve ventilation, to help ensure that your property remains a healthy and safe place to live or work. We can service anyone in London, Ontario, or surrounding areas.
Mold Removal Faqs
Mould air tests are great to find out if your air quality is safe or harming your health. Visible inspection or tape lift sample will work for the attic after the mould removal is completed. After we perform the mould remediation and removal, you don’t need to do a mould air quality test in the attic because it is not a living space. If your attic is a livable space in your home, an air quality test is recommended though.
These are common tips that any property or home owner can take:
- Keep humidity levels low
- Use an air conditioner or a dehumidifier during humid times of the year
- Proper ventilation and exhaust fans
- Clean bathrooms with mould fighting cleaning products
- Don’t place carpet in wet areas like bathrooms or basements
- Get any water damage fixed as soon as possible
Yes, mould is dangerous for you and your property. Mould allergies are extremely common. You may notice itchy throat/skin, sneezing, coughing, congestion, headaches, and other symptoms. Mould can be very toxic and it should always be removed from your property.
The time it takes to remove mould varies based on the condition and the size of the afflicted area. Containments, as well as negative air and air scrubbers, are retained in place for a further 24-48 hours after mould cleanup is completed. This ensures that any existing mould spores are eliminated, as well as a full air exchange. Emergency Flood Response can provide more information about your mould remediation process during the inspection. Contact us today to get started on your restoration!