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EMERGENCY MOULD REMOVAL

Discovered black mould while renovating your home? Don’t risk your health—call right away to have it professionally removed.

If you find black mould while renovating your home, call a professional mould removal company to eliminate it as soon as possible. Microscopic mould spores can quickly become airborne and spread to other areas of your home. Only mould experts know how to handle and remove mould thoroughly and properly, so it doesn’t become a health risk and cause further damage to your home.

Black toxic mould can hide inside walls, and under ceiling tiles and floors. You may never see it until you’re in the middle of a home renovation, and then suddenly, there it is. Mould growth in your home is a symptom of excess moisture issues, especially where water damage has occurred. Mould can thrive in many building materials including wood or drywall, as well as under carpets and on many other materials in your home.

If there is visible mould, it needs to be professionally removed. Immediate action is required. Toxic black mould is dangerous and difficult to get rid of. It can cause or worsen health conditions including headaches, breathing difficulties, lung infections and allergic reactions.

Health Canada recommends professional mould removal in the following situations:

  • If mould growth in any area of your home covers more than one square metre
  • If mould growth re-occurs after cleaning
  • If members of your household suffer from health conditions associated with mould exposure, such as allergies, asthma, breathing difficulties

At ServiceMaster of Moncton, our professional mould removal experts have completed intensive mould remediation training as well as detailed instruction on the professional procedures for handling and removing black mould. They will completely remove black mould without allowing the spores and mycotoxins to spread to the rest of your home.

Trust ServiceMaster of Moncton for expert mould removal services. We have the resources to respond immediately, with the expertise and specialty equipment required to professionally remove mould from your home and help prevent mould growth from reoccurring.

With one call, we're at your side providing guidance and the expertise and resources to fix the problem fast. And throughout the mould removal process, we strive to minimize disruptions, answer all your questions, and guide you every step of the way.

ServiceMaster of Moncton takes pride in Restoring Peace of Mind® by providing professional residential mould removal and restoration services to homeowners. We work directly and collaboratively with our customers to provide outstanding results. Day or night, we are available to take your call 24/7, every day of the year.

The experts at ServiceMaster of Moncton work to get the job done right and stay by your side until you are satisfied with the results.

If you find black mould during your home renovation, call the mould removal experts at ServiceMaster of Moncton right away.

 

What are the steps involved in mould remediation?

Identification and Analysis

The first step in the mould removal process is to identify and analyze the type of mould found in your home. It is also crucial to locate and repair the source of the moisture causing the mould to grow. All mould problems are caused by an underlying moisture issue.

Containment

Mould spores are microscopic and can become airborne during mould removal, therefore the next step is to isolate the affected area to prevent spores from spreading to other areas of the home during the cleaning process.

Mould Removal

All materials contaminated with mould, including adjacent damp or moisture-damaged materials, are removed from the affected area in sealed bags and disposed of appropriately.

Cleaning and Disinfection

After all mould-contaminated materials are removed, the remaining surfaces are cleaned and disinfected using specialized products and techniques to prevent re-occurrence of mould growth in your home.