Professional Toronto Asbestos Removal
If a city inspector has halted your current construction project due to a missing or incomplete DSS Report, contact our Toronto asbestos removal experts today and we'll immediately solve your Asbestos problems and get you back on track! Regulations state that you must obtain a Designated Substance Survey (or DSS Report) before you can initiate any construction, demolition, or restoration project in Ontario. At Remove Asbestos Canada, our licensed and certified inspectors provide detailed and accurate reports that test for a variety of substances such as mold and asbestos - which allows your construction to proceed as safely as possible.
We are the Mold Removal Experts
With over 25 years of industry experience, the professionals at Remove Asbestos Canada are ready to take care of all your asbestos and mold testing and removal needs. Our Toronto asbestos removal company receive ongoing training, in order to provide you with highest level of service for all your construction sites and properties. Using the most technologically advanced testing equipment and modern day procedures, we can identify, locate, and remove even the smallest traces of asbestos or mold efficiently. When the job is completed you can be sure that thorough inspections have been performed and that all mold and asbestos has been exterminated from the entire site.
The dangers of asbestos in the home or office are well documented. Asbestos has been linked to mesothelioma - which is a form of lung cancer - asbestos, and pleural thickening along the lining of the lungs. It affects homeowners, company staff, and construction workers alike. Once a common building material, it's now being professionally removed and no longer used in construction. With our asbestos testing and abatement services, we can safely identify and remove the material from your property. We complete thorough testing to ensure all traces of the material are extracted. With Remove Asbestos Canada, you can be assured that the job will be done right every time.
Mold is a common organism that is found in residential and commercial properties all across Ontario. The weather and climate environment makes it easy for mold to grow in numerous places around structures. It is generally discovered around rooftops, attics, and inside of walls, as well as areas where moisture and water are present such as bathrooms, kitchens, and utility rooms. If it goes unnoticed, even tiny amounts of mold can develop and spread throughout the interior, causing illness and widespread property damage. Identifying mold early is the key to speedy and long term removal. Our testing methods (including air testing services) are completed by licensed industry professionals, so you can trust that the job will get done right the first time around.
Go With the Professionals
Mold and Asbestos in your building is no laughing matter. So it's important to hire the most experienced, qualified company in the industry to take care of removing it. Our Toronto asbestos removal company is dedicated to providing you with the highest level of customer satisfaction and quality removal products that are the best in the business. We work closely with each of our clients through the entire process so that you fully understand the molds and asbestos, where it's located, and how we will remove it. With Remove Asbestos Canada you get permanent results and ongoing care. Contact us today! You'll be glad you did.
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