Wanted: Business Partner in Regina, Saskatchewan

Wanted: Business Partner in Regina, Saskatchewan
Since the beginning of July, Got Mold? has worked on more than 50 projects in Regina. Currently, we are seeking a business partner to open up a physical location for the company so that we can continue to focus our efforts on developing our core market, Saskatoon.
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Reuben Hofer and his Regina Team

Currently, we have a team of workers under the leadership of Reuben Hofer and Toby Hofer, who are willing to assist our partner in opening the office.
According to our President, James C. Watson:
This is a great opportunity for an entrepreneur with capital to get involved with a business where the market has already been developed and is growing. To date, our company has posted nearly $1.5 million in sales in Regina and Southern Saskatchewan and this has been managed out of our Saskatoon office. We want to expand and set up a physical office in Regina, but are looking for the right partner that sees the opportunity and wants to invest in their future. For the right investor, this is a great business opportunity and we are willing to ensure that the transition from corporate to the new owner is seamless working with our team currently managing Regina.
Got Mold? Disaster Recovery Services, Inc. was formed in 2009 and is a full service Disaster Recovery business offering water damage restoration, asbestos testing and abatement, mold remediation, and other services. The company is based in Saskatoon, SK which has serviced much of Saskatchewan. In addition we have an office in Calgary, Alberta, owned and managed by our franchise partners.
If you are interested in owning and operating a business with nearly $1.5 million in sales and want to partner up with a growing brand, please fill in the form below and our owner and President will contact you directly.

Attention: Regina and Southern Saskatchewan Entrepreneurs!

Attention: Regina and Southern Saskatchewan Entrepreneurs!
Got Mold?’s Founder and President, James C. Watson, thinks that mold remediation and asbestos abatement is a growing business in Saskatchewan and will continue to thrive.
No one wants to find asbestos, mold or flood water in their basement or anywhere else in their building. All three are unwanted, unloved and candidates for prompt removal. But how to do it safely and efficiently?
That’s where Got Mold? comes in. The company specializes in helping people recover their property from disaster, using industry-standard methods and an eight-step process. “We are a high risk industry,” says Watson, which means the emphasis is on safety and security for everyone involved.
The market for our services continues to grow and we need franchise partners throughout Saskatchewan to effectively service this demand. “Our target market is the average Joe,” he says. “We do a lot of residential work.” “Unlike most of our competitors, we work for our customers and not the insurance companies. For this reason, we are always focused on what is the best for the home owner!”
In the past 3.5 yrs, Got Mold? has posted over $1 million in sales in Regina and Southern SK, all serviced through our main office in Saskatoon. We are seeking the right partner to set up a permanent presence in this area to run the operation and grow it to its full potential. Interested in owning and operating a business with over $1 Million in sales? Call us toll free, 1-888-909-6653 or use the form below.

Why Should I Have a Mold Inspection?

Why Should I Have a Mold Inspection?
Great question!
Mold is nature’s recycler. The main purpose of mold: breakdown and eat dead organic matter! Without mold, dead organic material would not decay and just continue to pile up. We need mold as it plays an intricate part in maintaining our Eco-system. When you go outside, you are constantly exposed to mold spores, but the concentration of the mold is manageable and for most people does not pose a risk.
Problems and risks occur with mold, when the spores get trapped in an indoor environment, thereby increasing the concentration of spores. As stated earlier, mold is nature’s recycler, eating dead organic material. A home is composed of dead, organic material: wood, drywall, fabric, and paper. For this reason, a home is a perfect food source for mold.
The only way to prevent mold from eating your home is to control moisture, humidity and temperature because mold thrives in moist climates with a temperature range of 5 degrees to 38 degrees. Water is the key ingredient needed for mold to thrive:
Mold requires water to grow and thrive because it is a fungus. Mold has cells, but unlike a plant, it does not have chlorophyll and can not make it’s own food. Instead, mold needs food, organic dead matter. It reproduces by releasing it’s spores, this is mold’s survival mechanism. The key to mold growth is water. Without water and moisture, mold can not grow because it’s cells will not function properly.(Water…Necessary For ALL Life, Including Mold!)
Mold poses TWO key problems for home owners.
First, and foremost, mold poses a health risk. Of the three types of molds, toxigenic molds are the most harmful because they produce mycotoxins that pose serious health risks. Mold is scary because of the many health risks it poses and is linked to Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, cancer, chronic sinusitis, asthma, MS, and many other health issues.
Second, mold will reduce the value of your property. As mold thrives, it will continue to feed on your home, resulting in decay and rot, negatively impacting the structural integrity.
If your home was recently flooded or endured a significant water leak you should definitely consider having your home inspected for mold. You should also invest in a professional mold inspection if you see actual mold growing on your walls, suspect your health is being compromised, or notice an earthy, musty, mildew and even urine like smell.
When you choose a company to inspect your home, we strongly recommend that you work with an IICRC certified firm whose personnel have invested in training and truly understand what causes mold growth. Be sure to research and make sure you are working with a reputable company.

Wanted: Alberta Entrepreneurs!

Wanted: Alberta Entrepreneurs!
Earlier today, the Alberta government just announced a billion dollars in emergency funding to help residents of Alberta.
Our founder and President of Got Mold?, James C. Watson, is currently in Calgary, Alberta, investigating the extent of damage and work. There will be a massive amount of work for restoration companies.
Currently, Got Mold? is networking to build a team to tackle all the projects that will be coming in. We will be collaborating with experts in the insurance industry, labour, and others in the industry. In addition we have even been contacted by a large company in the United States that wants to utilize our services.
Mold remediation and asbestos abatement is a growing business and will continue to thrive.
No one wants to find asbestos, mold or flood water in their basement or anywhere else in their building. All three are unwanted, unloved and candidates for prompt removal. But how to do it safely and efficiently?
That’s where Got Mold? comes in. The company specializes in helping people recover their property from disaster, using industry-standard methods and an eight-step process. “We are a high risk industry,” says Watson, which means the emphasis is on safety and security for everyone involved.
The market for our services continues to grow and we need franchise partners throughout Alberta to effectively service this demand. The demand for our services will be particularly strong primarily because of the current crisis facing Alberta residents. In order to properly service this demand, Got Mold? needs entrepreneurs that want to take on a leadership role. Finding work will not be an issue, but we need leaders.
Watson has invested millions into the marketing, equipment, and brand development of Got Mold? and believes that entrepreneurs that partner with him will benefit greatly from his experience, the training, the “Success System”, and the strong branding and market presence he plans to build in Alberta.
Most importantly, Got Mold? anticipates that many leads will pour in, leads that Watson would love to pass on to the franchise partners that join him.
To learn more about the Got Mold? franchise opportunity and our vision, please click here to visit our franchise site.
In addition, if you live in Alberta and need work, we will be hiring, so visit our careers page.

Northern Alberta First Nations Mold Remediation Project

Northern Alberta First Nations Mold Remediation Project
Mold is a major problem for First Nations and will only worsen unless the problem is dealt with properly.
Based on the true cost of mold, it is fairly clear that our Leaders would be prudent in addressing mold issues today, which we believe will result in a net financial savings to our health care system and overall productivity in the long run.

Got Mold Truck and Trailer

Got Mold? has spent considerable time and effort educating and offering services to our First Nations primarily because we believe this is a major health concern with long term consequences. Indeed, in November, 2012, we published an article, Mold in First Nations: A Crisis! to further publicize this problem. As stated by the article, 44% of homes on reserves have mold issues, and the problem will continue to worsen unless this issue is dealt with seriously.
Fortunately, mold and the health concerns it creates are starting to be addressed. Earlier this year we worked on a First Nations project in Saskatchewan which relied heavily on dry ice blasting to remove the mold.

Northern Alberta First Nations Mold Remediation Project

In May, a large construction company in Alberta contacted Got Mold? and asked us to bid on another First Nations project. Earlier this week, Got Mold? sent a team to Fort McMurray, Alberta who subsequently took the plane, pictured above, to the First Nations project in northern Alberta. The initial work involves the remediation of floor joists in the crawl space, though it appears that the scope of the project will grow because the mold infestation is much larger than initially thought.
Stay tuned for further pictures and details as they come in from our Founder, James C. Watson, who is personally over-seeing the project. Have a fantastic weekend!