Mould Remediation by the GTA Abatement Experts

Mould remediation should only be done by trained professionals. Mould is considered a toxic substance that can affect your health in a number of ways. A property that is overrun by mould is also difficult to clean. Without the right tools and knowledge, it will spread easily increasing the area of contamination and causing possible damage to building structure.

Mould is considered a toxic substance that can affect your health

AEOC Restoration is an IICRC Certified mould remediation company. This means we have the appropriate training and the right equipment to ensure the job is done correctly.

What do our mould remediation services include?

Mould TestingMould Testing: This is the first and most crucial step in the remediation process. We have certified mould inspectors who are up-to-date on the latest testing procedures and use cutting-edge equipment to confirm the presence of mould.

Mould ReportsMould Reports: Certain strains of mould are toxic and need to be removed immediately. Our mould reports help formulate the right course of action. The reports will also indicate if the remediation was successful after the job is complete.

Mould RemovalMould Removal: AEOC Restoration does a thorough cleaning of affected areas, from floor to ceiling and everywhere in between. We take care to seal contaminated areas and ensure proper disposal to prevent any risk of spread.

Mould Remediation

AEOC Restoration’s Proven Process Offers Satisfying Results

Mould remediation is not possible with a one-size-fits all solution. Type of mould, location and extent of contamination determine the correct clean-up plans. AEOC Restoration’s effectiveness and success comes from applying the right techniques.

We employ different cleaning methods as part of our mould removal process to ensure maximum effectiveness.

These include:

  1. Wet vacuum (in the case of porous materials, some mould spores/fragments will remain in the material but will not grow if the material is completely dried). Steam cleaning may be an alternative for carpets and some upholstered furniture.
  2. Damp-wipe surfaces with plain water or with water and detergent; scrub as needed.
  3. Using a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) vacuum after the material has been thoroughly dried.
  4. Responsible disposal - water-damaged materials are sealed in plastic bags and then disposed of as normal waste. 

Call AEOC Restoration at 416-985-5025 for expert mould remediation in the Greater Toronto Area.