Free Mould Advice for Ontario Flood Victims

Free Mould Advice  Ontario

Toronto, May 14, 2019 ( – With all the rain and flooding affecting Ontario residents in recent weeks, many don’t know where to turn for advice to ensure they don’t have mould growth.  

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Health Canada warns flood victims that mould is a serious concern and could be dangerous.

Now there is free mould help for Ontario flood victims.

At Verify Air Quality Consultants we have over 20 years of experience in indoor mould growth and are extending a free mould advice service to those who have been effected by water damage in their homes and businesses.  We can help you assess the damage and what to do to help protect your property and your family from further damage from mould and air quality issues.

Mould growth and the resulting mould spores can be dangerous to your health.

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If your property has been flooded, follow these before re-entering:

  • Check with local authorities before you return home to make sure it is safe to do so.
  • Do not use any appliances as they pose a risk of fire or shock when turned on. You should have all appliances and heating systems dried, cleaned and have a qualified election inspect before using.
  • Flood water can contain sewage and bacteria that can cause infections and sickness.  Do not drink or clean yourself with this water.
  • Items in your home that have been damaged should be removed from your home.
  • Throw away any food that has come into contact with flood water.
  • Take pictures and/or video of the damage to your property for insurance purposes.
  • Contact a restoration contractor and or a mould inspector to determine the next steps and to document (independently) the extent of the damage.

Ontario residents can contact Verify Air Quality Consultants for Free Mould Advice through their web site at

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