The discovery of mould in any building is not pleasant and requires immediate attention. River City Inspection & Environmental can remove these hazardous materials from your home or business. Due to the risks associated with mould, removal requires a highly trained remediation team to address the issue to ensure the health and safety of everyone. Our Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certified technicians will address the issue following strict guidelines for mould removal.
We follow the IICRC/ANSI S520 Standard for Professional Mold Remediation: 2015 the most current standards available.
River City follows the Manitoba guidelines for the investigation, assessment and remediation of mould in workplaces, developed by Workplace Safety and Health.
Mould can become an issue for a business if there’s excessive humidity or moisture for an extended period of time. The problem can also be caused from a burst pipe or leaks from a roof or plumbing. Even high humidity can cause condensation on cool surfaces and can trigger mould problems. River City Inspection & Environmental is an IICRC Certified Firm in water damage and antimicrobial remediation. Our technicians are experienced in residential and commercial building remediation. We can help you get your business or workplace back to a healthy environment. We have worked on many project from schools, daycares, medical offices, retail stores, dental clinics, and been able to provide our clients with a healthy environment with our remediation process.
River City Inspection & Environmental has the skilled professionals and comprehensive remediation services to handle any mould removal project, no matter the size. Our experienced technicians have the knowledge and experience to design effective remediation strategies to safely contain and remove mould contamination from homes, commercial and industrial buildings. All contaminated materials are carefully bagged, then removed from the property and disposed of properly. Once all contaminated materials have been removed, the area is treated with an antimicrobial agent to kill any remaining mould spores. Cleaning and killing mould is only one part of the remediation process. Proper containment, HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuuming and air filtration are also necessary, as indicated by the IICRC S520 Guideline. When the application is completed, a HEPA vacuum is used to eliminate the remaining dead spores and restore the environment to a condition 1 status. The final step is to perform a clearance test (air quality testing) to validate that the remediation project has been successful. Our certified technicians use the appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE) while performing the remediation and follow remediation protocols.
The antimicrobial products used by River City during the mould remediation process are registered with Health Canada and kills over 99.99% of mould and fungal spores while at the same time being safe.
For more information see the IICRC’s – 5 Principals of Mold Remediation