Mold Removal & Remediation Services
Professional Mold Services It’s common for homes and commercial properties located in Nanaimo, Victoria, and on Vancouver Island to have a mold presence that requires professional remediation. We’ll help you safely remove contaminated materials and address any issues that are causing the outbreak.
Mold is a hazardous material
Mold is considered a biohazard, and the removal and remediation of mold-contaminated materials must be done carefully. To properly deal with a mold outbreak, compromised materials must be removed professionally, and the issue that caused the mold growth needs to be addressed.
What risks are associated with mold growth?
If mold is detected within your home or business, avoid the contaminated space. Mold is capable of spreading rapidly, and can cause unwelcome health issues.
In particular, children, elderly persons, and anyone with breathing trouble or allergy sensitivities are most at risk. It is important they leave the area until the problem has been assessed and/or remediated.
As soon as possible contact a trustworthy mold remediation specialist to arrange the safe disposal and cleanup of the mold-compromised location.
In the meantime, protect yourself from mold spores by wearing a quality mask, safety glasses, and rubber gloves whenever near the mold infestation.
Can’t I just scrub or bleach mold away?
Absolutely not. Attempting to scrub away or using bleach on visible mold won’t address the cause of the problem, and you risk spreading the mold to other areas.
When it comes to mold, it's best to leave it to the professionals.
Commercial or industrial project? We can help.
When a homeowner discovered that mold had infested their attic space, they called Pro Pacific Hazmat. Our team of mold remediation specialists were able to safely reclaim the space with minimal disruption.
Mold warning signs & precautions
To prevent your home or business from a potential mold infestation, there are a few areas of your property that you may want to review. Catching mold before it spreads can make a big difference in the scale of the restoration process, and knowing what to look out for may save a lot of headaches down the road.