Reasons Why Mould & Asbestos are Scary! - Amity Environmental - Mould and Asbestos Experts Calgary

Reasons Why Mould & Asbestos are Scary!

Posted on January 18, 2016 by in Mold | Comments (220)

At Amity Environmental, we work with things that most people don’t want to go near. And it makes sense that the average layperson would rather have us deal with the mould and asbestos in their home. After all, when people are exposed to high concentrations of mould or asbestos (or both!), they often end up
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Moulds Commonly Found in the Office and Home - Amity Environmental - Mould Removal Experts Calgary

Moulds Commonly Found in the Office and Home

Posted on December 14, 2015 by in Mold | Comments (206)

We’ve blogged before about the different hazard classifications a mould can have. Basically, moulds are given a hazard rating A, B, or C. Class A moulds are the most dangerous types and directly cause illness in people. Class C moulds are not known to pose health risks to humans, but they still cause structural damage
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Where Does Mould Hide? - Amity Environmental - Mould and Asbestos Experts Calgary

Where Does Mould Hide?

Posted on November 03, 2015 by in Mold | Comments (45)

Nasty bacteria and germs can get into your rags, sponges, towels, etc, but where does mould typically hide in your home? After all, mould needs the right temperature, a water source, and material that it can break down and consume. We’ve blogged at length about these needs in the past, and anywhere that provides mould
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Mold: How Well Did Your Home Weather the Rainy Season? - Amity Environmental - Mould Experts Calgary

Mold: How Well Did Your Home Weather the Rainy Season?

Posted on October 20, 2015 by in Mold | Comments (67)

As autumn approaches, Calgary is finally leaving the hot weather and rain behind. Those of us in the mould removal industry are pretty happy to see it go. That’s because mould needs three things to grow: a surface that provides food (such as carpet, drywall, or even paint), moisture (such as the high humidity levels
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The Rainy Season is Over -- Where to Look for Mould - Amity Environmental -Mould Removal Calgary

The Rainy Season is Over — Where to Look for Mould

Posted on October 06, 2015 by in Mold | Comments (44)

Calgary’s rainy season is over, and (thankfully) our boute of August snow doesn’t seem to have stuck quite yet. Humidity levels are lowering, and the risk of mould developing in your house because of outside environmental factors is disappearing by the day. But before you let out a big sigh of relief and rest easy
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Mould: Why DIY Removal Won't Solve the Problem - Amity Environmental - Mould Removal Experts Calgary

Mould: Why DIY Removal Won’t Solve the Problem

Posted on September 21, 2015 by in Mold | Comments (227)

There are a ton of Do It Yourself kits for just about everything these days. You can buy DIY crown mouldings and DIY legal wills, but when it comes to solving mould problems, it might be better to do some DIY research and call in an expert. The problem is mould isn’t surface level. It’s
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Mold: Misconceptions - Amity Environmental - Mold and Asbestos Experts Calgary

Mold: Misconceptions

Posted on August 10, 2015 by in Mold | Comments (217)

We’ve been working with Calgary homeowners for years, and we’ve heard just about every myth and misconception there is about mould. We’ve met people who have tried to bleach, scrub, and paint over mould. We’ve met others who thought that, if they just left the mould alone, it would go away. Here are some of
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Is it Mould? - Amity Environmental - Calgary Mold Experts

Is it Mould?

Posted on June 15, 2015 by in Mold | Comments (197)

Homeowners can be a little paranoid about mould, and it makes sense why. Left too long, mould can slowly take over a home. Mould can make a building uninhabitable by destroying the structure and releasing mycotoxins that can make people sick. However, while it pays to be cautious, not every spot or discolouration is going
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