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We were one of the first companies in British Columbia to offer mould remediation services. With our years of experience, we've developed a comprehensive service that covers all of your mould remediation needs - from establishing the cause of the mould to replacing the finishes and surfaces that were damaged by the mould intrusions or removed during the remediation process. Our advanced equipment and remediation process will leave your home contaminant free, improving the air quality, and restoring the aesthetic look of your property.

Mould is present almost everywhere. Moulds are fungi naturally found both indoors and outdoors. Moulds spread by releasing tiny spores into the air. These spores are microscopic, measuring only 2-10 um. Warm and damp conditions inside your home help mould to grow, resulting in mould spores in indoor air.


In an indoor environment hundreds of different kinds of mould are able to grow wherever there is moisture and an organic food source. Mould can grow on building materials like drywall, ceiling tiles, wood, paint, wallpaper, carpeting, furnishings, books, clothes, and other fabrics. Mould can also grow on moist, dirty surfaces such as concrete, fiberglass insulation, and ceramic tiles.


Warm and damp conditions in your home could be causing mould to grow.

Mould can grow anywhere there is water damage, high humidity or dampness.

Any building can have mould. But buildings that have a history of water leaks, floods, fires, and problems with indoor air quality are considered a greater risk for mould growth. Water-damaged drywall, wood, wallpaper, and cardboard are prone to fungal growth. Often times mould will be confined to the areas near the source of water. When mouldy materials become damaged or disturbed, mould spores can be released into the air, causing exposure and the inhalation of spores. Extended exposure to mould leads to an increased risk of respiratory symptoms such as wheezing, throat irritation and shortness of breath.


Dry Ice Blasting equipment is used to replace the manual sanding and scraping process for mould remediation. It is the most-effective solution since there is no secondary waste stream created and it removes 99.9% of mould spores 60-80% faster than traditional removal methods.

Clean and detailed work, even in tight spots

Removes mould stains from all surfaces (wood, concrete, etc.)

Thoroughly removes all mould spores

Shorter cleaning times and less manpower needed

Generates little to no dust during removal

Mould needs to be addressed at the source otherwise it will come back and that's exactly what we do.

We have been removing mould from residential and commercial properties for over 20 years. This includes establishing the cause of the mould to replacing the finishes and/or surfaces that were damaged by the mould intrusions or removed during the remediation process. We are also the trusted partner of universities and hospitals around the province. 

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