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Your Guide to Hiring a Mold Remediation Company in Toronto

Posted on Sep 14, 2021

If you’ve found mold in your home, you want to have it removed as soon as possible! Mold remediation in Toronto with Inch by Inch is the best way to remove mold safely and efficiently. Mold can quickly grow from a small patch to a large and dangerous infestation during periods of high rain, snow, or humidity. Mold removal in Toronto is the...

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Top 5 Questions to Ask a Mold Remediation Company

Posted on Jun 18, 2021

Molds are very adaptable and persistent organisms that infest damp and dark areas in our homes. Aside from causing unpleasant odours and an unsightly view, these organisms also affect lung health, so having them in your home is not just an unpleasant nuisance. Even if their presence is not visible, their spores can lurk around and wait patiently...

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Everyday Activities That Can Cause Mold Growth

Posted on Feb 24, 2021

Molds are a common problem in many indoor environments. This is because these microscopic fungi thrive at room temperatures, in humid, dark spots, and many areas in our homes provide such conditions. Once molds establish, it can be very difficult to get rid of them and control their spread. Getting indoor air quality testing or a mold inspection is...

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How Much Will It Cost to Remove Black Mold

Posted on Feb 11, 2021

Toronto and the wider GTA have a growing number of neighbourhoods with older homes, and one of the most significant risk factors associated with it for homeowners is mold. Mold can quickly develop in humid areas with poor ventilation and can quickly spread throughout the house. Although all types of mold are harmful for your house’s...

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Is it Hard to Remove Mold

Posted on Feb 05, 2021

One of the biggest fears for homeowners in Toronto is finding mold in their homes. Mold can be found in virtually any climate but can be hazardous to humans through inhalation and their homes' structural integrity. Mold removal in Toronto has increasingly become a DIY task for many as it can be completed in just a few hours and with...

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Signs You Need Mold Removal in Oakville

Posted on Jan 31, 2021

Due to their microscopic size, molds are very hard to notice in the initial phases of growth. They become visible to the naked eye once they have established and formed a colony. Molds like damp, dark areas and warm temperatures (77° - 86° F), so any humid, hidden spots at your home might be perfect environments for these microscopic fungi...

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Long-term Health Problems if You Don't Remove Mold

Posted on Jan 28, 2021

Mold is a microscopic creature, so its growth is tough to notice until they form large colonies. These tiny fungi also like to hide in hard-to-reach spots, so it is not a big surprise that many homeowners live with them without even knowing. However, mold is not just an unpleasant nuisance that causes unsightly stains on walls and musty smells....

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What is Toxic Mold Syndrome

Posted on Jan 17, 2021

There are many different species of mold. Although we could consider most of them highly beneficial, playing a key role in the cycling of organic matter, some species are able to produce toxic compounds that can negatively affect our health. One of those species is Stachybortys chartarum, commonly known as black mold or toxic mold. It is imperative...

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How Do You Treat Mold Sickness?

Posted on Jan 13, 2021

When we first hear the word “mold”, most of us first think of spoiled food, musty smells and unsightly stains on walls. However, molds can also be present in seemingly clean environments. They can hide in building materials, hard-to-reach spots, nooks, and crannies, which makes their detection by simple visual inspection very...

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How to Know if Mold is Making You Sick

Posted on Jan 08, 2021

Molds can be found everywhere. No surprise, considering a single colony can produce millions of tiny, light spores, easily spread by wind and water. Wherever there are favourable conditions for their growth – the presence of organic matter, moisture, and temperature between 77°F and 86°F – molds will grow and reproduce very...

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Reasons to Avoid DIY Mold Removal

Posted on Dec 31, 2020

Besides causing unsightly stains on walls and unpleasant odours, molds are also a serious hazard to both human health and the structural integrity of the building. These microscopic fungi develop in humid conditions on various materials that contain organic matter. Once they establish, molds reproduce quickly and vigorously, producing millions of...

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Areas in the Home That Might Require Mold Removal

Posted on Dec 27, 2020

Are you experiencing some of the following symptoms: runny nose, sore throat, dry cough, wheezing, skin rashes, watery eyes, chronic sinusitis? If the answer is yes, then you might have a mold problem in your home. Even if you don’t see any visible indicators of their presence, it doesn’t mean the molds are not there. They are very...

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Identifying and Getting Rid of Black Mold

Posted on Dec 21, 2020

Many homes encounter mold issues at some point - from white, grayish or greenish patches on food to black spotting on water-damaged building materials. Mold spores are found in every corner of the world, so it is very hard to avoid them. They are easily moved by air currents, and once they settle at a place with enough moisture, warmth and organic...

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Controlling Window Condensation to Eliminate Mold Growth

Posted on Dec 12, 2020

When the first cold days of late fall start to draw in, we amp up the heating and close all windows. The steep drop of temperature is not uncommon for a December in Mississauga, so every bit of precious warmth is best kept inside. With more time indoors, air quality testing can become one of the more important factors to consider. If the windows...

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Mold and The Winter Time

Posted on Dec 08, 2020

Although you might think that molds go to sleep during the winter, like most of the natural world during this season, they are actually more likely to invade your home at this time. Why? Well, due to large differences in outdoor and indoor temperature, condensation is a very common occurrence. All this moisture creates favourable conditions for...

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Reasons You Need Air Quality Testing for Mold

Posted on Dec 04, 2020

Molds inhabit almost every terrestrial environment on Earth. That is a very good thing, as these microscopic fungi play a key role in the decomposition of organic matter. However, even though they are a key component of every natural environment, it is not so favourable when you find them in your home. Aside from plaguing the home with musty smells...

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Removing Mold in Burlington

Posted on Nov 23, 2020

Having mold in your home is not just an unpleasant nuisance – it is also a constant source of air pollution in an environment where you spend a significant portion of the day. Besides plaguing the area with their musty smells and causing unsightly stains on walls, molds also cause respiratory issues and allergic reactions. Long term exposure...

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Everything You Need to Know About Mold in Oakville

Posted on Nov 16, 2020

Mold is a term that refers to different types of microscopic fungi that produce filamentous structures called hyphae and typically feed on organic matter. While many molds are famous for spoiling food, some types are famous for spoiling living environments by growing on various building materials. Aside from causing unpleasant odours and unsightly...

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Ways to Prevent Mold in The Basement

Posted on Nov 09, 2020

The idea of a basement is usually associated with a dusty, damp, dark place, full of stuffy air. High humidity levels, poor air circulation and darkness – aside from being unpleasant and a bit creepy, these conditions are perfect for the development of molds. It is not a surprise that these microscopic fungi are common residents of many...

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How To Prevent a Mold Infestation in The Home

Posted on Oct 12, 2020

Molds can be found everywhere. These fungi have a very high reproductive potential and can produce millions of tiny spores. The spores are so light they can be carried even by slightest air currents and spread widely. Once they find a favourable spot, they will start to germinate and colonize the area. Moisture is the most important factor for mold...

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Is Mold in My Home Making Me Sick?

Posted on Oct 02, 2020

Are you experiencing prolonged symptoms of allergies, when there is seemingly nothing that might trigger them? Do you have regular migraines or feel constantly drowsy? If the answer to these questions is yes, then your home or workplace might be infested with mold and professional mold removal in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton & beyond may be...

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Everything You Need to Know About Mold Removal in Oakville

Posted on Sep 21, 2020

A mold outbreak, whether in the attic or basement, can be a challenge in any home. It can be a stressful process from inspection, to removal, to remediation. For homeowners who may require mold removal in Oakville, working with a mold professional is the best practical approach. Mold can actually grow in a newly built home quite the same as an...

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What To Expect From A Mold Inspection

Posted on Sep 14, 2020

Even though discovering mold in your home can be quite an unpleasant experience, keep in mind that it is actually a common problem in both residential and business buildings. The key is to identify it on time and to know how to properly remove it. The best way to find out the scale of your mold problem is to arrange a mold inspection. Homeowners...

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Everything You Need to Know About Black Mold

Posted on Sep 07, 2020

Black mold, is a species of fungi that is often found on cellulose-rich building materials that have been damaged by excessive humidity or flooding. This mold is rarely found in natural environments due to its inability to successfully compete with other species of fungi. Black mold has a number of strains and some of them are able to produce...

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5 Things to Look for When Moving into a New Home

Posted on Aug 17, 2020

Moving into a new home is always exciting, as it brings refreshing change and interesting new experiences. However, this process can be also quite stressful and time-consuming. Packing up, hiring a moving company, and then unpacking and settling – there is a lot to do and this is just the very end of the process. Before that final moment, you...

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Summer Heat and Mold

Posted on Aug 12, 2020

Mold are fungal organisms that play a very important role in natural ecosystems as organic matter decomposers, but they also cause a variety of health issues when present in indoor environments. They are most active from early spring to fall, but their occurrence in indoor environments is most likely during winter and humid summer days. A...

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Natural Remedies for Black Mold

Posted on Jul 18, 2020

Black mold is a vicious fungus that readily occupies humid spots in the home. It is commonly found in bathrooms, kitchens, cellars, and attics, even in the cleanest, neatest homes. Regular exposure to this type of mold can lead to respiratory issues and allergic reactions, which is why it is necessary to regularly inspect your home and clean any...

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Is Your Home Ready for Summertime Mold Season?

Posted on Jul 14, 2020

While most people think winter is the time of the year when molds thrive, many forget that summer is also a critical period for their development. Certain types of molds remain dormant during the cold months; increasing temperatures and humidity end their dormancy and the spores begin to germinate. This process usually begins in late spring and...

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Signs You May Need A Mold Inspection

Posted on Jun 23, 2020

Mold is a colloquial term that encompasses many species of fungi whose growth causes discoloration and dusty or fuzzy appearance on construction materials, food, clothes, wood, and similar materials. Mold and their spores can be found everywhere, considering these fungi reproduce vigorously and play a crucial role in the degradation of organic...

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Understanding the Key Types of Mold Testing Methods

Posted on Jun 12, 2020

Molds are well-known air pollutants that cause allergic reactions, chronic sinusitis, and respiratory issues in humans and animals. They thrive in humid environments and are commonly found in business and residential buildings. Once a mold is present, it can be very difficult to get rid of them, so prevention is crucial. You may not always know if...

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Hidden Areas of Mold Growth at Home

Posted on May 25, 2020

The presence of mold in the home poses a significant threat to the health of all inhabitants. Babies, toddlers, and the elderly are especially susceptible to the negative effects of molds due to their sensitive immune system. Long-term exposure was shown to cause allergies, asthma, and in some cases very serious lung diseases. For this reason, it...

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Common Types of Mold in Home

Posted on May 20, 2020

According to the National Human Activity Pattern Survey (NHAPS), we spend about 90% of our day indoors, which indicates that indoor air quality plays a critical role in the health of modern society. While it is true that indoor air quality is influenced by outdoor air, many people forget that there are also indoor sources of pollution. Mold...

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Protect Your Family’s Health & Indoor Environment

Posted on Apr 28, 2020

In this day and age, the majority of people work in indoor environments. After the daily work is finished, they usually head to another indoor environment – back home. Just by looking at our habits and places we visit regularly, it is not hard to conclude that we spend the majority of our day inside. This is why indoor air quality plays such...

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How to Prevent Mold Growth this Spring

Posted on Mar 11, 2020

Longer days and warmer temperatures of the early spring bring a surge of new energy and sense of relief to many homeowners. This is a period of Nature’s rebirth; rising temperatures are melting last bits of ice and snow to supply plants, animals and fungi with enough moisture for growth. This includes mold too, so before you open up all...

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Preventing Window Mold this Winter

Posted on Feb 12, 2020

Winter is that time of the year when staying at your warm, cozy home seems like the most attractive option. Temperatures can be quite low outside and humidity very high – very unfavorable and unpleasant conditions for human errands, but very favourable for mold development around windows. If you’re not paying attention, your window...

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Preventing Basement Mold this Winter

Posted on Jan 21, 2020

Mold spores can exist and thrive almost anywhere. They are present in both indoor and outdoor air. If the environment is warm and humid, mold can grow and multiply very fast considering that these are optimal conditions for their growth. Stark differences between temperatures inside and outside during cold Toronto winters result in condensation on...

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Why Does My Home Smell Musty in the Winter?

Posted on Jan 17, 2020

Winters can be quite cold and long in Toronto and during those chilly days, windows in many homes are usually shut most of the time. While this is an excellent way to keep indoor temperature in a pleasant range when the cold bites to the bone, this practice also significantly increases air humidity. Showering, using home appliances like washing...

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Chronic Fatigue Due to Mold Growth

Posted on Jan 15, 2020

Air pollution has become a major global public health issue in the last few decades. New studies and data from the World Health Organization (WHO) show that nine out of ten people globally are breathing air that is full of dangerous chemicals. It is estimated that air pollution takes about 7 million lives annually. Sadly, the issue is increasing...

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Why You Shouldn't Ignore Mold Growth in the Wintertime

Posted on Dec 19, 2019

Mold is a term that encompasses numerous species of fungi that grow in the form of filaments and produce large amounts of microscopic spores which give their colonies a dusty texture. Considering that their spores are very light and easily spread by air currents, it is no big surprise why molds are so widely distributed. As they thrive in humid...

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Why You Need a Pre-Purchase Home Inspection

Posted on Dec 12, 2019

Purchasing a new home brings a lot of pleasure and excitement, but also requires tedious searching, a lot of discussions with a real estate agent and significant investments. Even when a seemingly perfect home is found, the story doesn’t end there. There are a number of problems that might be hidden or barely noticeable at first glance...

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How to Prevent & Remove Mold in the Laundry Room

Posted on Oct 25, 2019

Your laundry room is one of the more common sources for mold. It might be surprising because it’s an area of cleanliness – but laundry rooms are warm and humid – the perfect environment for mold. What’s important is to understand what causes mold to grow and how to prevent it. In a typical residential home, laundry rooms...

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Minimizing Mold Growth in My Cold Room

Posted on Sep 27, 2019

Mold is found everywhere in the environment and can infiltrate homes through windows, doors and water leaks. This is especially true for basements, which come with unique vulnerabilities that make them significantly more susceptible to mold growth. The damp and moist corners in basements that aren’t frequently trafficked create a perfect...

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Is Asbestos Affecting My Home Air Quality? 

Posted on Sep 20, 2019

Asbestos products were widely used in building construction for decades. It means that many homes may still contain remnants – and may experience home air quality issues that are compromised. For the most part, asbestos remains harmless if properly contained. Likely, your home air quality is unaffected. The problem, of course, is when...

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Mold Horror Stories - The Oakville Bathroom

Posted on Sep 06, 2019

We’ve seen some crazy things in our many years involved with mold remediation services, but one homeowner’s experience stands out as a true mold horror story. Last year, we worked with a family who purchased their dream home in 2010. It was a beautiful four-bedroom home that they bought from the previous owners after it had been...

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Debunking the Effects of Bleach on Mold

Posted on Aug 26, 2019

Mold is a universal problem, affecting most homes at some point in time. Homeowners are often unaware that even if you cannot see visible mold growth, it could still be growing in hard to reach places, such as basements, attics, below floors or behind walls. If you suspect mold is growing in your home, or if you see visible mold growth, many...

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How to Deal with Bathroom Mold Growth

Posted on Jul 30, 2019

Bathrooms are often sanctuaries within our homes. Maybe you like to relax at the end of the day with a warm bath or shower? Maybe you enjoy cranking up the tunes during your morning shower? Whatever your routine, there is one thing that is common about all bathrooms, they contain a lot of water. Sinks, toilets, bathrooms and showers, in addition to...

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How Does Summertime Humidity in Toronto Affect Mold Growth in the Home?

Posted on Jul 25, 2019

Humidity & Mold Growth Summer has officially started in Toronto, and that means sunshine, patio season, and unfortunately, mold growth. The extreme heat results in infrequent, but heavy rainfall that increases the chance of flooding. The large amount of moisture from the rain and humidity create the perfect environment for mold to flourish...

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Do you Have Mold in Your Home in Toronto?

Posted on Jul 03, 2019

Mold is a constant problem in our lives. We find it spoiling our food, our house plants, and even the infrastructure of our homes. As summer begins, and the weather starts to get sunnier, warmth and moisture can create the perfect environment to allow mold to bloom in your home. Although mold is everywhere in the environment and capable of growing...

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Mold Exposure: Signs & Symptoms

Posted on Jun 30, 2019

We’ve all seen it: a fuzzy white or green spot on our bread or maybe black discoloration where water once leaked in the basement. Mold. It comes in many shapes and forms and is almost everywhere in the environment: in the air, in the soil and unfortunately, in our homes. Although we often think of mold as harmless, exposure can lead to...

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Mold Inspection in Mississauga

Posted on Mar 25, 2019

If you have never checked or think you may have a mold situation, it might be necessary for you to schedule a mold inspection in Mississauga. Detecting all mold fields in your home is not the easiest do-it-yourself job and to thoroughly get the job done, you should hired licensed and certified professionals like our crews at InchByInch. Is a mold...

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Why does Mold Grow?

Posted on Mar 18, 2019

Mold is a biological organism that can appear on a variety of surfaces in your home. That being said, it is important to know why does mold grow? Feeding off moisture, mold can also reproduce and spread very quickly if left alone. If you experience any of the symptoms or signs of mold, you should contact a professional to take care of the problem...

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Mold Removal Services in Toronto

Posted on Dec 14, 2018

Mold removal services in Toronto should be your next move if you experience any negative changes in lifestyle, health and wellbeing. As a homeowner, you are already aware of the challenges in controlling humidity inside your house and the ensuing mold development that occurs in high moisture areas. Mold goes beyond the ugly visuals though and can...

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Mold May be Negatively Affecting Your Health

Posted on Aug 28, 2018

Changes in health and lifestyle? You may have mold in your home As a homeowner, mold and your health should be two of your major concerns when it comes to maintaining your residence. Have you noticed slight changes in your lifestyle or general well-being? You may have an air quality problem caused by the presence of toxic mold in your home. Mold...

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Moisture & Humidity in Your Home Can Lead to Serious Problems

Posted on Jul 17, 2018

One of your biggest challenges as a homeowner is to control moisture and humidity for safe air quality. Humidity refers to the moisture level in the air and having too much or too little humidity can drastically affect the quality of life for you and the residents who live in the home. Seasonal changes can elevate humidity levels and homes...

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How to Prevent Mold Growth during Summer Humidity in Toronto?

Posted on Jul 16, 2018

The summer season can create problems inside your home Toronto can experience extremes in all four seasons and of our summers has proven to be some of the hottest on record. It can be a challenge to prevent mold growth during summer humidity when temperatures are consistently above 30 degrees. The high temperatures contribute to excess moisture...

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Mold and Asbestos: 2 Serious Problems for Homeowners

Posted on Jun 26, 2018

The air quality in your home is so important to keeping the quality of life high for you and your residents. Residential properties face an uphill battle in keeping the air safe and clean and two major causes for reduced air quality are mold development and presence of asbestos material inside the home. Mold can easily develop in areas of your home...

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10 Signs of Mold In Your Home or Office: The Hidden Danger

Posted on May 22, 2018

Mold is a fungus that can reduce air quality and cause health problems in individuals who are exposed to moldy air for extended periods of time. Mold usually thrives in dark and sometimes inaccessible parts of the property and it is important to recognize the potential signs of mold in your home or office. Excess humidity and restricted airflow...

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A Handy Mold Inspection Checklist for Homebuyers and Sellers

Posted on Apr 13, 2018

If you’re concerned about household mold, you’ll find this to be a very user-friendly mold inspection checklist. It’s easy to understand and quite relatable – it will give you a good sense of how professional inspectors operate and how thoroughly they would be checking for mold. Clearly, this mold inspection checklist...

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Professional Asbestos Testing Is Key To Removal & Remediation

Posted on Apr 06, 2018

When it comes to asbestos, the professional approach is the only approach. And that includes both asbestos inspection and asbestos testing. If you suspect an asbestos deposit, you should be aware of the dangers, and of the absolute importance of managing the cleanup professionally. There are good reasons for asbestos testing Asbestos can be...

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What to Do When Buying or Selling a House with Mold?

Posted on Mar 26, 2018

The presence of mold shouldn't necessarily put the brakes on a potentially lucrative real estate deal. The key to buying or selling a house with mold is making sure both the purchaser and seller are fully aware of the situation and which repairs are required to restore the property. Mold is a serious problem for residential properties and can...

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What is the Difference Between Mould and Mold?

Posted on Feb 14, 2018

The only difference in the words mould or mold is the spelling – Canadians spell a certain way and Americans spell another way (there is no difference in meaning). What’s more important (whether its mould or mold) is the need to address an outbreak and professionally remove it. Understanding the basics of mold Mould (or mold) is...

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Finding Black Mold on the Wall is a Major Concern for Property Owners

Posted on Jan 30, 2018

The worst thing that owners can hear is that there is a mold problem at the property. Different types of mold exist but black mold is the most common in properties with excessive humidity and poor or restricted air flow. Is that black mold on the wall? Mold is a naturally occurring organism that serves a purpose in the ecosystem and one of...

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With Mold in your Building, Occupants Can Get Sick

Posted on Dec 30, 2017

In a typical building (both residential and commercial), it’s not uncommon to discover a mold outbreak. If you notice the signs of mold, and uncover pockets of mold in your building, then it’s time to take action. And since mold will grow and spread, the quicker the action, the better. As an organic substance, mold thrives in a moist...

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Mold in the Winter is Still a Concern for Homeowners

Posted on Dec 22, 2017

The main causes of mold development can be traced to excessive moisture and restricted ventilation. During the winter months, air becomes naturally drier and in-room and central humidifiers are used to add moisture to balance humidity levels. Even the slightest increase in moisture can create a situation for mold development. Areas around the home...

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Sick Building Syndrome Prevention Should be a Top Priority

Posted on Dec 09, 2017

Sick Building Syndrome is a relatively new health condition that is potentially caused by various indoor environmental dynamics. Inside an office building or commercial building, Sick Building Syndrome can be triggered by poor indoor air quality and even poor air circulation. And while causes aren’t always clear and understandable, suffice to...

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Air Quality Testing for Mold and Other Pollutants Might be the Answer

Posted on Nov 18, 2017

For homeowners with air quality concerns, it may be wise to undertake some air quality testing for mold. In fact, for the most thorough approach, it may be wise to test for other air pollutants at the same time. With professional testing, air quality concerns can be properly identified. When mold is the concern, air quality testing for mold can...

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Why to get your Toronto Property Inspected for Mold With Inch-by-Inch Inspections?

Posted on May 05, 2017

Mold infiltration, whether in a residential home or a commercial business in Toronto, can be challenging. From discovery to removal, to restoration, the entire process can be quite stressful. The fact is, mold can develop in a newly built home just as it does in an older home. Whatever the case, mold removal must be handled professionally, with...

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COVID-19 Update from Inch By Inch Inspections

Inch by Inch Inspections is a leader in environmental inspections, testing and cleanup in Toronto and the surrounding area. As the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 continue to evolve in the GTA, the team at Inch by Inch Inspections remains committed to safely providing necessary services to commercial and residential properties in order to protect your home, office, coworkers, and loved ones.

Our Team holds a number of international certifications including IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration Certification), InterNACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors), and CMI (Certified Master Inspectors), among others, and are highly skilled and experienced in the thorough cleanup and disinfection of harmful indoor pollutants including:

  1. Mold testing & removal
  2. Absestos testing & removal
  3. Air quality testing for indoor air pollutants including Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
  4. Odour inspection and removal

We Care About Your Safety

As many businesses remain closed, and families continue to practice social distancing at home, the team at Inch by Inch Inspections is taking care to do our part to protect ourselves and our valued clients while ensuring you have access to a healthy indoor environment.

When visiting your home or commercial property, our teams will be outfitted with proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including medical grade masks and gloves, and staying mindful of maintaining social distancing while inside your property. Each member of the Inch by Inch Inspections team is staying vigilant in monitoring their own personal health, as well as maintaining proper personal hygiene along with regular handwashing. We understand the importance of making our contribution to protecting fellow Canadians, and flattening the curve of COVID-19.

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If you suspect indoor air pollution such as mold, asbestos, radon, or VOCs that could be affecting your air quality and health, do not hesitate to contact the Inch by Inch Inspections Team! We’re dedicated to ensuring you and your loved ones have access to healthy air quality, and remain safe during this critical time! Call us today at 1-888-445-0737!





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