PRESS RELEASE MARCH 3 2020: WINMAR® (Canada) International, Ltd., Announces New Opening in Kamloops B.C.
London, ON. March 3rd, 2020: WINMAR® (Canada) International, Ltd., is pleased to announce the opening of its newest location in…
Canada’s first choice for 40 years with 90 locations and over 1500 employees coast to coast.
We have expertise and approved products to help combat COVID-19.
WINMAR’s national network of 90 locations provides quality restoration services 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Our qualified crews work quickly and efficiently to return your damaged property to pre-loss condition. Offering flood, fire, wind and mould restoration. We work hard to honour our promise, “We’re Coming Through for You”.
Residential and commercial property owners across Canada count on WINMAR®’s integrity, efficiency, and competitive pricing.
The experience of enduring a fire in your home is not only traumatic emotionally; it can be devastating to your home, the structure and your belongings. In addition to the heat and fire, the smoke, soot and ash left as residue throughout the home can instantly cause discoloration on surfaces, furniture and belongings if not treated immediately.
Water damage is the result of various causes of loss – floods, sewer backups, pipe bursts, appliance and plumbing overflows, or even the water used to suppress fires can all contribute to water damage. Water and flood damage has the potential to escalate to a serious emergency if not treated immediately. Contaminants in the water and mould growth could severely affect the progress of emergency services provided as well as escalate the cost of remediation.
Wind, hail, lightening, ice storms, tornadoes and hurricanes can all cause severe property damage and impair the structural integrity of your home if not attended to promptly. WINMAR® professionals will expertly assess the extent of damage to your property and safety of your home. Considerations to stabilize your property and installation of temporary power may be necessary as well as the likelihood for debris removal.
Mould growth can occur as a result of flooding or sewer back-ups, plumbing or roof leaks and persist in poorly ventilated areas such as damp basements, bathrooms and kitchens. Not all mould looks the same; it takes on a variety of colours and textures and poses significant health risks to residents if it is left untreated. People with allergies, small children and elderly are most susceptible to the dangerous effects of mould contaminants.