Mold removal Vaughan is not something to be taken lightly and it can be dangerous. The proper protective clothing such as P100 filtered mask, suit and protective gloves should be worn during mold removal.
Removing the mold causes it to become airborne in huge numbers (in the millions), whereas if left untouched and undisturbed, the airborne spores would have been minimal in comparison to the disturbed mold. To avoid cross contamination (airborne mold spores spreading throughout your home) a proper work area containment needs to be put in place around the work areas.
Sometimes the homeowner or landlord thinks they can remove it themselves, not using the proper procedures they end up unknowingly cross contaminating the entire home. Typically people in mold polluted homes come down with rashes, sickness, allergies, asthma, headaches and weakness.
After we have performed our Mold Inspection and have determined the extent of mold contamination we issue a written quote with a plan of action to remove the mold safely. Our plan includes the requirements for containment, negative air pressure or HEPA air scrubber.
Once the Vaughan Mold Removal is complete we recommend an air test of your home to ensure the air is normal, from this you will receive an Indoor Air Quality Test report from a third party accredited lab as your clearance report and for your peace of mind!
The Mold Guy provides mold removal services in Greater Toronto Area.
Here are some of the more common kinds of mold commonly seen at homes that can present serious health risks for people if left untreated.Aspergillus fumigatus – This type of mold can cause respiratory problems in people with asthma or allergies. It can also affect your immune system and cause skin infections if you are exposed to high levels. Mucorales – These types of molds can cause a variety of health problems including sinusitis, bronchitis and pneumonia in people with compromised immune systems. They are also associated with increased risk of cancer. Penicillium notatum – This type of mold is known to cause allergies or asthma in some people. It can also affect your respiratory system and cause skin infections if you are exposed to high levels of it. Black Mold This mold is found in damp areas such as basements, crawl spaces and bathrooms. It’s also often found in places where there’s a lot of moisture that gets trapped such as bathtubs, showers or laundry rooms. Black mold can be dangerous to people because it produces toxins called mycotoxins, which can cause illness, breathing difficulties and even death. Red Mold: Red mold is another type of fungus that can be found on damp surfaces like woodwork, carpeting and walls. It has a red coloration and has a slimy surface texture. Red mold spores can be inhaled into your lungs, causing respiratory problems like chronic bronchitis among other health issues. Brown Mold: Brown mold is a form of molds that grow on wet surfaces such as carpets or wallpaper. They have a slimy texture and appear brown in coloration to give them their name! The spores that cause this type of mold are highly toxic to humans and pets if they are inhaled through the air into your lungs.
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