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Are you or someone in your family suffering from respiratory problems, headaches, sore throats or skin irritations? If so, it may be stemming from contaminants hidden in your home. Apart from health problems, you may also be noticing fuel odors, soot stains or rumbling noises from your furnace.
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If your home has been affected by any type of mold or other potential contaminants, contact us to find the best experts available to correct the problem. Find peace of mind as soon as possible with the fast and professional help of trusted specialists.
What type of contaminants do we find regularly?
There are generally four main contaminants that can cause problems in your home:
- Mold and mildew
High humidity and moisture can cause problem spots where mold and mildew can grow, like bathrooms, attics that lack proper ventilation or basements, laundry rooms and walls where water might have infiltrated via the roof or pipes.
- Pyrite & Pyrrhotite
Pyrite, a mineral found in stone, produces sulfuric acid upon contact with humidity and oxygen. When this occurs under foundations, it can cause them to heave and crack. Pyrrhotite, a bronze yellow-colored mineral composed of iron sulfide, can blacken and crystallize into blades when exposed to air, producing cracks in concrete structures
Asbestos can be found in walls, ceilings, pipes, caulking, roofing, latex paint, vinyl tiles, and loose blown-in insulation like vermiculite. Exercise caution – consult a professional before removing it.
Radon comes from a natural disintegration of uranium present in soil and rocks. It’s a colorless and odorless gas that can infiltrate buildings via soil, walls or drains. It’s best to have your home tested by a radon specialist.
If you uncover any of these problems in your home, you need to find a professional decontamination specialist to investigate and uncover the source of the problem. That’s where Reno-Assistance can help you.
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It’s best not to try to decontaminate a problem area of your home by yourself, because by touching it, you could potentially spread the contaminant in the air, causing further problems. When you call Reno-Assistance, one of our experienced Renovation Advisors will send you up to three decontamination specialists who have attained our 360° stamp of approval, so you know that they are the best for your job. Your advisor will also help you evaluate their quotes and help you choose the decontamination specialist who’s right for you.
Don’t put up with your contaminant problem for one more day. Fill out the form to the right and let us send you the professionals you need to decontaminate your home and ensure the health and well-being of you and your family.