helps to immediately identify the Cleaning, Restoration, and Inspection Industry’s most skilled and dedicated technicians and businesses.
The IICRC is the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. They’re a non-profit organization specializing in the cleaning and restoration industry. So what makes these experts a step above the rest? IICRC Certified Technicians set themselves apart through training, experience, and comprehensive examination.
"I want to thank BROCKVILLE MOLD REMOVAL for the work you did to make our basement a safe place again.
Your diligence in determining which area’s were impacted and explanation as to why the mold was there, how it had spread and what the ensuing remediation work would entail gave us a clear picture of what we were dealing with.
The team that did the work were personable yet professional and very discreet. They did not interrupt my day to day activities with two young children at home.
They were friendly and polite with the kids and took their time to answer any questions I had. We would highly recommend BROCKVILLE MOLD REMOVAL to anyone with a mold problem. Thanks for making us a mold free home!" -Jill
"This summer we had the unpleasant experience of finding water in our basement on several occasions. After learning that we had mold along several walls, we were referred to BROCKVILLE MOLD REMOVAL to have it removed.
Their crew were amazingly professional and they work at lengths to ensure the work was completed in a timely manner and with no disruption to our home. We were more than pleased with their professionalism and how they took our safety into consideration – particularly important since we had 3 children in the home.
If you want peace of mind knowing that the job will be done with the right equipment and by a team who obviously knows what they are doing, we would highly recommend BROCKVILLE MOLD REMOVAL." -Ben
Aspergillus: an allergenic mold that is often found in home air conditioning ducts
Cladosporium: a mold that is either black or green and can be found on toilets, painted surfaces, and fiberglass air ducts
Stachybotrys atra: commonly referred to as “black mold,” this mold can cause severe health issues when inhaled and frequently grows in basements and crawlspaces