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Finding Mold, Mould, and Mildew in the Bible

By | August 22nd, 2018|Asbestos, Mold|

  Mold or mould is the noun referring to various types of fungi that grow on organic matter; a cavity that shapes an object; and a fixed pattern. Mold as a verb refers to shaping an object. This is what differentiates “mold” and “mould”: Mold. American English spelling. Mould. British English spelling. Unfortunately, it’s a [...]

Office Fire Prevention Tips

By | July 19th, 2018|Fire Prevention|

Most people will spend at least 40 hours per week in the office—it’s essentially your second home. When you’re at work, you should feel safe and not have to worry about potential hazards causing you and your co-workers harm. You can’t plan when a fire strikes, but you can take the necessary steps to prevent [...]

Why You Should Get a Home Inspection

By | July 6th, 2018|Uncategorized|

You’ve found your dream home and you’re ready to commit, but have you gotten a home inspection? Considering that your home is most likely the largest purchase you’ll ever make, it’s worth spending the time and money to make sure you won’t encounter unnecessary troubles down the road. According to the Certified Asbestos team, a [...]

Tips on Storm Preparedness

By | June 25th, 2018|Uncategorized|

You can’t control nature—and unfortunately, summer storm season is on its way in Calgary. At the very least, though, we aren’t (usually) completely struck out of the blue when a storm is coming; meteorologists give us enough advanced warning to allow us to prepare. Taking this time seriously is important inadequately preparing for the storm [...]

What to Include in Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

By | June 10th, 2018|Uncategorized|

If you’ve already made your emergency plan, the next step in emergency preparedness is to create a kit. Although many Canadians claim to engage in a planning process for emergency situations, only 47% have created a kit. Floods are the most common natural disaster in Canada, but it’s important to note that emergency situations can [...]

Health Risks of Fire Damage

By | May 29th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Fires are devastating to your home or commercial property no matter the size or damage. Although you may want to attempt a quick cleanup by yourself, it’s best left for a professional handle. Fires can impose significant health risks, so it’s important that you treat the fire damage seriously. Presence of Soot Soot consists of [...]

How to Create an Emergency Response Plan

By | May 10th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Being prepared when an emergency springs up is critical to ensuring the safety of occupants and minimizing building damage. According to Statistics Canada, 55% of Canadians have a plan on how they would get in touch with family members during an emergency, while just under half are prepared with an emergency or disaster kit in [...]

How to Protect Your Home from Flooding

By | April 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|

You can’t prevent the weather, but there are measures you can take to minimize flood damage to your home. Floods are the most frequent natural disaster in Canada and are usually caused by heavy rainfall, rapid melting of snow, or the failure of a dam. Flooding is at its worst when is occurs on low-lying [...]

4 Asbestos Myths Unveiled

By | April 18th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Asbestos was used in many buildings because it was a fire-resistant material, but it was discovered that it has carcinogenetic effects. Since the 1970s, countries around the world have been striving to deal with the consequences of using this deadly toxin. The Certified Asbestos Removal team has come across many common myths that they have [...]

How to Prevent Mold & Mildew from Growing in Your House

By | April 5th, 2018|Mold|

Mold is everywhere. It’s all around us. Without mold we wouldn’t have cheese, penicillin, or mushrooms. To say that mold (or mould) is bad for us is not entirely accurate because there is some mold that is quite beneficial to our health. The mold that grows in our homes, however, is not good. This is [...]