Imagine finally being able to mow your grass one day, and the next day getting 18 inches of snow. Well, if you live in Saskatchewan & Alberta this isn’t something you needed to imagine, it actually happened this past week! From sunny weather where our roads and yards were finally clear of snow and water to a thick snow storm where under 24 hours we received about 18 inches of snow here in Saskatoon.
The great but not so great part of the warm weather that followed the snow storm is that the snow melted very quickly. With the ground being thawed already and a quick melt of 18 inches of snow, sump pumps are running and those who don’t have sumps installed have had seepage issues into the basement and others have issues but do not see the moisture. Moisture trapped behind walls creates mold and mold can cause health concerns.
Now the weather has been in our favor and back to the plus’s. But, if your home isn’t properly sealed with appropriate drainage systems and sump pump in place you may be experiencing moisture coming through cracks in the foundation. If you experienced any moisture come into your home or basement over this last snow storm and fast melt call got mold? today and get an assessment done or speak with one of our friendly representatives about how to dry it properly before that moisture finds itself in the walls or your flooring to cause potential mold growth in your home. Act now to prevent costly mold remediation.
got mold? has many different ways we can assist you with your basement flooding and we thrive on our customer service and customer satisfaction. We would like to aid and assist you with any problems you may have. With thermal imaging we can help find the areas at risk in your home and pin point where the moisture is coming from in the walls or foundation.
If you or someone you know had a flood in there basement call today! 1-888-909-MOLD (6653)