Mold Remediation Services in Regina
Apec Restoration in Regina provides complete house mold remediation services. All it takes for an infestation of mold to form is the introduction of a water leak. Once mold begins to grow, it can spread quickly, taking over a building in as little as 48 hours. Mold is one of the worst allergens in a typical home environment and if left untreated, mold can lead to more detrimental effects. The best way to avoid major mold damage is to call a professional at the first sign of mold, which includes small spots on your floor, wall, or ceiling, and a dank, musty smell. Our mould removal experts will respond quickly to remove this unwanted allergen.
One way to prevent mold is to keep the indoor humidity level below 45 percent. It’s also important to make sure all sources of water that lead to mold growth are properly repaired of at the time of mold remediation to avoid the mold’s return. Our professional team will inform you of any additional repairs you need and work with you to facilitate them quickly.
Apec Restoration's mold remediation specialists in Regina are highly trained, specializing in not only mold removal, but restoring the areas affected. We know how to safely handle mold during the removal process, successfully eradicating basement mold and mildew bathroom mold, and any cleaning mold in any other area as well. We are also dedicated to responding faster than many other businesses, as we have the personnel and equipment to accommodate your needs quickly.
Our advanced remediation techniques detect the water source and isolate the mold area with a negative pressure chamber. The process includes inspecting your home and assessing mold damage. Then we contain the mold with physical barriers, along with negative air pressure to keep spores from spreading while we clean up. Air filtration then captures microscopic mold by using air scrubbers and vacuums. Any materials, including furniture, drywall, and carpeting, need to be removed and replaced. We will strive to clean all your contents affected (clothing, curtains, decorations, and other potentially restorable items) rather than getting rid of them. The last step involves restoring the structural areas of your home with painting, drywall installation, and more extensive reconstruction as needed.