Saskatchewan Mould Removal

In nature, mould serve a purpose. Indoors, mould can grow and multiply causing health problems and property damage.

Mould growth can persist as a result of flooding or poorly ventilated spaces, and can appear in areas susceptible to moisture including:

  • Bathroom walls
  • Floor tiles
  • Underneath carpet
  • Ceiling tiles
  • Basements and crawlspaces

If left untreated, mould can be destructive to property and poses significant health risks and allergies, particularly in small children and the elderly. Unlike its fungal brother, mildew, mould can’t simply be scrubbed off the wall. It requires a diligent and professional approach to properly remove all matter and spores.

There are many different mould species in a variety of colours and textures, including the uncommon but toxic black mould. As you might have guessed by now, identifying what kind of mould problem you’re facing can be complicated; sometimes its not even visually apparent!

Regardless of the species you suspect in your space, it’s important to get all mould professionally removed and abated as soon as possible to avoid potential health complications and expensive renovations.

    Mould removal and remediation

    Mould growth will occur when walls, wood, carpeting and other home building materials are exposed to water and aren’t dried immediately. Mould can spread very quickly. After 48-72 hours, untreated water damaged areas will develop heavy mold growth.

    WINMAR® offers immediate and professional mould remediation and removal services. We can detect, test, identify and remove and treat mould growth anywhere in a residence or commercial property.

    WINMAR®’s IICRC Certified professional technicians are trained to recognize and remediate mould issues in a safe and contained manner. Our objective is to ensure the safety, health and protection of building occupants and our staff.

    Technicians prepare and contain the affected areas, remove damaged materials and treat the structure with anti-microbial agents to eliminate mould growth at the source. To prevent future mould growth, moisture controls are put in place and the mould is physically removed from the structure.