Welcome to Mold Busters, Rockland's most reliable air quality experts. Whether you're worried about mold, asbestos, VOCs, radon, or moisture intrusion, we've got the diagnostic tools, professional industry expertise, and years of experience to uncover your problem and fix it. Our job isn't done until you have a healthy and safe indoor environment to go home to.
Our mold remediation inspectors and technicians are certified with the National Association of Mold Professionals and attend ongoing training courses at the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification. For your convenience, we offer same-day inspections in Rockland and a wide variety of remediation options for you to choose from. To learn more, contact us today!
Rockland—also known as Clarence-Rockland—is a town located 40 kilometers east of Canada's capital. It is a bilingual community whose population was 11,099 in 2011. Rockland is growing quickly, as evidenced by the increase in the number of retailers, restaurants and other businesses opening up outlets in the city. With this growth comes a natural increase in the demand for affordable, quality homes.
One of the best ways to ensure that you're purchasing a property with value is to get it inspected for mold and moisture intrusion, two of the most destructive problems that a home can have. Avoid unwanted surprises - contact Mold Busters to learn more about our mold testing and infrared inspection services in Rockland.
Wet carpets can be a headache. Basically, a wet or damp carpet is an open invitation for black mold because it provides the ideal conditions for mold—moisture and nutrients. As such, you need to dry your carpet (thoroughly!) as soon as possible because mold can start to grow in as little as 24 hours.
If it's been longer than 24-48 hours since your flood occurred and your carpet is still wet, we recommend throwing it out and getting a new one installed. The reason is that, after this amount of time, the moisture may have penetrated beneath the carpet, through to the backing, underpad and sub-floor. Even if the carpet itself looks clean, it could be hiding much more serious problems underneath.
Bottom line: it's better be safe than sorry. Remove your carpet, check out what's going on underneath, and make sure that everything is completely dry before installing a new carpet.
If you need any help, don't hesitate to call and ask one of our certified water damage restoration technicians about our flood restoration services in Rockland.
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