Reno Blog / Decontamination

Reno Blog - Decontamination

Whether it be for asbestos removal, to learn what to do when there’s mold, or any other contaminant related issue, decontaminating your space is a thorough project you need to go through to live in a healthy environment. Although your overall health depends on having a healthy environment, you should still take a few hours to get informed before hiring just any company to get work done. Don’t get conned into thinking you need a fairly pricey service when it isn’t necessary. The best decontamination experts will know what needs to get done and will guide you appropriately. 

Working with our specialized contractors, we put together articles to help you make some informed decisions when it comes to decontaminating your home. 

Do you questions or are ready to get your space decontaminated?

 

Our Renovation Advisors are well equipped to answer questions you may have & will be able to refer you to top 360° verified decontamination contractors if need be. They’ll put up to 3 contractors head to head to bid on your project to ensure you get the best possible price. 

Call us or go ahead and fill out our form on our decontamination page to get in touch with a Renovation Advisor today! Our services are at no cost, no obligation to you! 

Marilena Tricarico

by Marilena Tricarico Renovation Advisor | Reno-Assistance

Basement Humidity: Why It Happens and What to Do

How do you know if you have a problem with humidity in your basement? Touch, look and smell. Feeling or smelling moisture when going down to the basement or seeing some …

Charles Gosselin

by Charles Gosselin Content Manager | Reno-Assistance

Asbestos Removal: Protecting Your Health

Learning that your home or building is infested with asbestos is a hard pill to swallow. The costs associated to its removal are unknown, making it difficult to deal with. It …

Adele Orsini

by Adele Orsini Renovation Advisor | Reno-Assistance

Water Infiltration: Preventing Your Home from Damages

Whether water is infiltrating into your home through cracks in your foundation, your basement’s floor, the roof, your house’s siding, or even through the windows, it’s crucial to act quickly. Water …