Mould Remediation & Asbestos Abatement Services in Manitoba
Mould & Asbestos should always be treated by a professional, like Priority Restoration to minimize health risks to you and your family.
What is Mould?
Mould is a fungus that can be found in damp building materials where it often appears like stains and comes in a variety of colours. A musty smell is an indication of microbial growth even when there is no visible growth. If mould is allowed to grow in buildings it can contribute to poor indoor air quality. Some moulds such as the Dry Rot Fungus – Serpula lacrymans, are highly destructive.
If your home has suffered water damage, mould can become an immediate risk to your property and your health. Seeking professional environmental services is critical in the first 48 hours to control the environment and mitigate the opportunity for mould growth to occur.
If you do find mould, we do not recommend that you attempt to clean it with household products such as bleach.
Need mould remediation services in Winnipeg, Manitoba?
Our team has a passion for what we do and the clients we serve, with the expertise required to get the job done. We strive to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction through service and innovation, continually seeking methods to add value tailored to our clients.
Priority Restoration offers the most comprehensive insurance restoration for property and contents, environmental services, and general construction. Our extensive knowledge and experience in these fields makes us a valuable choice. We design our approach to specifically meet each client’s unique requirements.
What is Asbestos?
Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous mineral once widely used in the construction industry. It’s strength, flexibility, ability to withstand high temperatures and resist chemical degradation made it useful in hundreds of applications.
Left undisturbed, asbestos-containing materials do not pose a health risk. However, if any of these materials becomes compromised due to fire or water damage or is deliberately disturbed during renovations, the asbestos particles can become airborne. Exposure to these particles can lead to serious health implications, such as Mesothelioma (a type of lung cancer) or asbestosis (scarring of the lungs).
Any building built before 1990 has the potential to contain asbestos-containing materials.
What Building Materials Could Contain Asbestos?
Any building built before 1990 has the potential to contain asbestos containing materials (ACM).
Common building materials that may contain asbestos include:
- Cement board
- Drywall taping compound
- Flooring tiles
- Pipe wrap
- Texture coatings (popcorn ceilings)
- Vermiculite insulation
Testing for Asbestos
Priority Restoration follows the Manitoba Guidelines for Asbestos Management. Before providing any restoration or renovation services to properties built prior to 1990, we test all possible asbestos-containing materials within the affected areas.
If the materials should test positive for asbestos, our qualified Asbestos Technicians can safely and effectively remediate these materials without causing significant delays to your claim or renovation project.
Commercial Mould Remediation & Asbestos Abatement Services:
Priority Restoration is a leader in commercial mould remediation & asbestos abatement in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Through a proven track record of safety and efficiency, we have become a preferred vendor amongst provincial and municipal governments, educational institutions, property managers, commercial builders and demolition companies. Our dedicated mould & asbestos technicians have decades of combined experience, and Priority Restoration has the technical knowledge and restoration capacity to handle multiple projects of any size. Call us or contact us for an assessment and estimate of your project with one of our experienced project managers.
Residential Mould Remediation & Asbestos Abatement Services:
Priority Restoration is an industry-leading contractor in mould remediation and asbestos abatement services for residential clients in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Our specially trained Project Managers understand the risks associated with hazardous material and will work with you to develop a plan specific to your property. We adhere to provincial guidelines and regulations to ensure that safety is the highest priority for building occupants and workers. Call us or contact us for an assessment and estimate of your project with one of our experienced project managers.