Mold Removal

Black Mold Removal and Cleaning Services Windsor

Mould is the result of a moisture problem that has gone undetected. Eliminating the source of the moisture is the first step in the correction process. Proper removal (remediating), of the mould is imperative to ensure against cross-contamination and the spread of mould to other parts of your property.

If you've Experienced:

  • A significant amount of visible mould (more than 10 sq feet)

  • High levels of dampness/moisture in your home

  • Mould that comes back after repeated cleaning

  • A family member suffers from asthma or respiratory problems or other health problems that appear to be aggravated inside the home.

We can help with:

  • Mould Remediation

  • Waterproofing to prevent the formation of mould

  • Water cleanup to stop mould from growing

  • Prevention measures to stop mould from spreading

  • Heavy Duty Dehumidification

For help removing mould from your property, call us at 1.877.987.7363 or

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When to Seek Help

When dealing with mould, it is always best to get direction early on to determine the next steps for removal or cleaning. A quick call to Supreme Restoration Services for Mould Remediation and Mould Removal service will start you in the right direction, reach us toll-free at 1-877-987-7363 or 519-946-0363.

Three common conditions for mould

  1. Moisture – generated by excess indoor humidity, leaks or flooding
  2. Food – organic, porous materials such as drywall, wood, grout and wallpaper
  3. Optimal temperatures –18 to 28 degrees is optimal for mold growth

How can you tell if it is mould?

Discoloration

Discoloration is a sign of mould. However, all discoloration is not due to mould. Carpeting near baseboards, for example, can be stained by outdoor pollution entering the home. Stains or soot may also be caused by the smoke from burning candles or cigarettes.

Mould may be any colour: black, white, red, orange, yellow, blue or violet. Dab a drop of household bleach onto a suspected spot. If the stain loses its colour or disappears, it may be mould. If there is no change, it probably isn’t mould.

Smell/Odour

Sometimes moulds are hidden and cannot be seen. A musty or earthy smell often indicates the presence of mould. However, a smell may not be present for all moulds. Even when you do not notice a smell, wet spots, dampness or evidence of a water leak are indications of moisture problems and mould may follow.

TIP!

To avoid most mould problems, keep materials dry and home relative humidity levels below 60%

Get help removing the mould from your property before it spreads. Contact the professionals at Supreme Services.

 



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