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Tips and Advice

Vermiculite Can Affect the Health and Resale Value of Your Home

Vermiculite testing will confirm whether or not your home in Toronto has an asbestos problem that will affect your health and resale value. Vermiculite was approved for installation under the Canadian Home Insulation Program...

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Top 10 Hiding Places for Mould

Professional mould analysis helps determine those hidden problems that could soon spiral out of control. This toxic substance often grows in areas that are invisible and hard to reach, and before you know it, you have a massive mould...

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Is Vermiculite Dangerous?

Is vermiculite dangerous? Not by itself. It became a concern only when it was believed to have come into contact with asbestos, a cancer-causing substance. Note that not all vermiculite contains asbestos...

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When Do I Need Insulation Removal?

When is the right time for insulation removal? There are a number of factors to take into account like age, energy usage, moisture build up, etc. Here are a few important questions to help you make the right...

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Why Is There So Much Contaminated Vermiculite Insulation?

Prior to the 1990s around 70 percent of the vermiculite used for insulation in Canada and the United States came from the Libby mines. By itself vermiculite is not harmful. This particular mine, however...

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How Much Does Mould Inspection and Analysis Cost?

A mould inspection and analysis by certified professionals is the only way to determine whether you have a problem. The mould test pin points the exact location (often in hidden areas), type and extent...

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What are the Potential Health Risks of Mould?

Consider professional mould removal if your Toronto home or business premises has a serious problem. Prevent serious health risks that a mould inspection can bring to light. Mould is a fungus that grows on...

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Asbestos Analysis before Performing Home Renovations

If you are considering renovating a home that was built before the 1980s, it is advisable to get it checked by a licensed asbestos analysis and removal company. Prior to this time, many construction products...

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Be Aware of the Effects of Vermiculite

Vermiculite analysis by a certified inspector can help determine if your vermiculite insulation needs to be removed or not. While vermiculite is not harmful by itself, contact with asbestos in the Libby mines where...

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How Much Does Asbestos Analysis and Removal Cost?

Professional asbestos analysis and removal is the safest way to determine if you have a problem and the only way to deal with it effectively. Donít take chances with your health by attempting to remove...

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10 Tips on How to Prevent Mould

You may not be able to completely mould-proof your home, but you can certainly make it mould-resistant. One of the best ways to prevent mould growth is moisture control...

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Health Risks of Being Exposed to Asbestos in the Workplace

The dangers of asbestos have been clear for decades now. Even short-term exposure to significant levels of asbestos on the job can lead to breathing problems, coughing, and shortness of breath...

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Asbestos Problems: Why Are They So Common in Toronto?

Many property owners are faced with asbestos problems because prior to knowing its health hazards it was used in a number of consumer products that could be found all over your home...

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Mould Removal: Tips on How to Prepare Your Home

Mould grows anywhere. It is not limited only to older homes or buildings. All it needs is damp and wet conditions. Getting to the source of the issue is key to ensuring it won’t happen again...

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The Health Risks of Asbestos

As the health risks of asbestos became known Health Canada and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued warnings about prolonged exposure to this toxic substance...

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What Is Dry Ice Blasting

Dry ice blasting has become the preferred method for mould removal or remediation. The three main reasons for its popularity are that it is quicker, less messy and more effective when compared to traditional...

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Why Vermiculite Insulation Must Be Inspected?

The superior fire resistance and insulating capabilities of vermiculite made it a popular choice for building insulation. By itself, vermiculite is safe; however, contact with asbestos during mining, especially in the Libby mines in...

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The Vermiculite Insulation Removal Process

The vermiculite testing and removal process is crucial to the effectiveness of the exercise as well as your health and safety. A certified professional has the right training and tools (and follows approved safety codes) to get the job...

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How to Deal With and Avoid Asbestos Exposure

Prolonged asbestos exposure (particularly in high concentrations) can seriously impact your health. It is a carcinogenic (cancer causing) substance which has been linked to several debilitating illnesses including...

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Household Mould Prevention Tips from the Experts

Constant exposure to household mould has been known to cause unpleasant odours, health issues and property damage. Donít risk it! While it might not be possible to make your home mould proof there are several...

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Popcorn Ceiling and Asbestos: Should You Have It Removed?

Popcorn ceilings were a popular choice for homes right up to the early 80s as they were easy to install and economical. Unfortunately, most of them were contaminated with asbestos since the health hazards were unknown until then...

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Air Ducts and Asbestos: Remove it Or Not?

If you have an older home (built before 1990) you could be faced with an air ducts and asbestos problem. Asbestos has many unique properties as an insulator and fire retardant (as well as being a poor conductor of electricity)...

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Do You Suspect Having Asbestos in Your Home?

ďDo I have asbestos in my home?Ē Does this question cross your mind frequently? If your house was built more than 20 years ago, the answer could be yes. The excellent heat and electrical insulation...

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How to Identify Asbestos Floor Tiles?

Prior to knowing the toxic nature of asbestos it was used in a number of construction materials including flooring and insulation. Homes that are more than 20 years old...

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Asbestos Inspection Process

Prior to knowing the health hazards associated with prolonged exposure to asbestos it was used in a number of industries including hot water pipe insulation, roofing and siding shingles, wall and ...

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Determining Signs of Water Damage

Water damage is a property owner’s worst nightmare. Whether it is your home or your office, you’ll want to take care of it before the problem worsens. The key is early intervention and that can only ...

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Asbestos Testing

A qualified asbestos testing service in Toronto can help determine whether or not this toxic substance is affecting your indoor air quality. The excellent heat and electrical insulation, as well as fire retardant ...

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Mould Remediation

Professional mould remediation is the only way to make your home or business a safe place to live and work. Constant exposure has been known to cause unpleasant odours, health ...

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Getting Rid of Mould and Mildew Smell

Wondering how to get rid of mould and mildew smell from your basement or garage? It's not easy; the odour tends to linger for a long time unless treated properly. Good ventilation is key ...

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The Health Risks of Mould

Exposure to mould in high amounts and over a period of time can affect your well-being. Common health risks of mould are Eye, nose and throat irritation, Runny nose, sinus congestion, frequent cold...

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Black Mould Removal

If you have black mould, removal should be a top priority. Everyone knows the health risks of household moulds but none are as toxic as black mould. The first step is to identify the problem. Despite its name...

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Asbestos Testing

Just the suspicion that your home or office might be contaminated is enough reason for complete asbestos testing throughout the building. Prolonged breathing of air containing asbestos fibres can cause fatal illnesses...

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Asbestos Abatement

Based on widely documented health risks, most people are very aware of the need for asbestos abatement. Chronic inhalation of asbestos fibres can cause a number of serious, life-threatening illnesses...

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Mould Cleaning

While cleaning a small growth using full precautions to prevent breathing in spores, may not cause any problems, you are not advised to partake in any mould cleaning for two main reasons...

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Mould Remediation

Mould is far more common than most people think and spores can be found almost anywhere. But spores are generally harmless until they find a place to germinate. Like any other organism...

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Safe Mould Removal

Mould removal requires much more than a “wipe, scrub, paint” routine. If you are an enthusiastic handyman or “weekend warrior”, there’s a special word of caution for you—this is a problem...

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