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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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Difference Between Outdoor & Indoor Air Pollution

Posted on Feb 07, 2018

Poor indoor air quality (at home and at work) accounts for some of the most common of health issues. The average person actually spends close to 90% of the time indoors, so clearly, indoor air quality is important. On the flip side, indoor air pollution can perpetuate undesirable health risks. When you hire a professional inspection company, they...

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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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Smoke Odor Removal

Posted on Dec 18, 2017

Bad smell? It might not be in the air What residents do inside the home can greatly affect the quality of life. Issues such as air quality are a determining factor for healthy living and can cause a wide array of health and lifestyle problems. Odors and off putting smells are usually an indication that something is wrong with air quality but it...

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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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