Don't Let Your Family Suffer from Poor Indoor Air Quality

The quality of the air you breathe has impacts on your health and well-being. 

Let us help you get your home or business tested today, so you can breathe easy knowing that your family is safe.

Air Quality Tests

Dust Particulate Air Sampling

Dust sampling tests are useful to determine if there is an elevated level of particulates in the air like dust mites or other common indoor air pollutants.

Airborne Mold Spore Sampling

Airborne mold spore sampling can be used to determine if there is an elevated level of mold spores in the air. This test can also be used to verify that a mold remediation project was successful.

Volatile Organic Compound Air Sampling 

This will identify the levels of VOCs, or chemicals that can off-gas from building materials, furniture, cleaning supplies, etc.

General Indoor Air Testing

this will identify a variety of other potential indoor air contaminants, including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, humidity, and temperature.

Indoor air quality is a critical concern for anyone who spends time indoors. Without proper testing, you may be exposing yourself and loved ones to harmful chemicals that can cause asthma attacks or other respiratory difficulties!

Our indoor environmental specialists will conduct comprehensive tests of your home's atmosphere using state-of the art equipment so we know what needs improvement before anything else gets worse

Breathe easier knowing our team has everything under control with their expertise inborn waiting just around every corner ready take care all those pesky worries away leaving only purer thoughts behind.


There are many health risks associated with poor indoor air quality, including:

  • Asthma attacks
  • Allergic reactions
  • Respiratory infections
  • Eye irritation
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea

Poor air quality also aggravate existing conditions like allergies, asthma, emphysema and the central nervous system. In some cases, it has been linked to more serious conditions like cancer.

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  • Carbon dioxide (CO2)
  • Carbon monoxide (CO)
  • Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
  • Nitrix oxide (NO)
  • Inhalable and Respirable Dust
  • Respirable Crystalline Silica
  • Mold / Mould spores
  • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Formaldehyde
  • Asbestos Fibers
  • Synthetic Mineral Fibers
  • Diesel Particulate Matter
  • Poor air quality also aggravate existing conditions like allergies, asthma, emphysema and the central nervous system. In some cases, it has been linked to more serious conditions like cancer.


    Mold Removal Winnipeg is the leading provider of air testing services in the area. We have over 10 years of experience in the field, and our team of certified professionals is dedicated to providing the highest quality of service possible. We use state-of-the-art equipment to conduct our tests, and we offer a variety of testing options to fit your specific needs.

    When you choose Mold Removal Winnipeg for air quality testing, you can rest assured that you are getting the best possible service to deal with any indoor air quality issues. We will work with you to determine the best course of action to take to improve the quality of your indoor air, and we will be there every step of the way to make sure that your home or business is safe and healthy.

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    Asbestos Removal FAQ's

    What is asbestos?

    Asbestos is a term used to describe minerals that are fire retardant in nature and contain natural fibers. They do not burn readily and retain heat well. Many different types of these minerals have been mined throughout history, although not all varieties are equally harmful or pose the same health hazards.

    Simply defined, asbestos is a term used to describe six naturally occurring minerals that contain long, durable fibers that are resistant to heat and fire. Serpentine asbestos is often known as “Mermiculite,” while chrysotile asbestos is the most widely utilized in the world.

    Why was it so widely used around the world?

    Because of its resistance to fire, heat, and electrical current, asbestos was utilized. It was also useful for a variety of applications due to its insulating qualities. Asbestos may be found in insulation materials, stucco, concrete blocks, drywall joint compound, and other construction materials.

    Because asbestos fibers are so tiny, breathable, and durable, they have been utilized for a long time. There’s also speculation that smoking may be to blame for an increase in asbestos exposure. The very fibers that make it such a good fire retardant can become hazardous when breathed or consumed.

    How does asbestos affect human health?

    When these inborn minerals are disrupted into tiny fibers and released into the air, they can be breathed or consumed and cause a variety of cancers. These fine asbestos fibers adhere to the respiratory lining and irritate the tissues.

    Due to the fact that asbestos is a known carcinogen, long-term usage can cause irritation and inflammation, both of which can lead to cancerous tumors such as mesothelioma. Asbestos exposure as a youngster is more likely to result in cancer than it is as an adult.

    What does asbestos do to the human body?

    Asbestos fibers can remain in any area of the lungs for many years and embed themselves there. These fibers induce scarring within the tissues, which over time lead to tumors that spread to other tissues and organs.

    Asbestosis can develop from chronic exposure to asbestos, either directly or indirectly. When the disease advances, these tumors may spread to vital organs such as the lungs and heart. As a result, asbestos inhalation is connected to malignancies including mesothelioma and lung cancer, among other things.

    Is there a difference between white and brown asbestos?

    Yes, because of their crystalline structure, amphibole fibers are straight and needle-like while chrysotile asbestos fibers are soft and curly. Amphibole fibers are more flexible and longer than chrysotile asbestos fibers, which are stiffer and shorter.

    Is it better to be exposed to white or brown asbestos?

    The jury is still out on whether chrysotile asbestos is less harmful than amphibole types of asbestos, according to experts. While there is no definitive answer yet, some claim that amphibole asbestos fibers are more damaging since they stay in the lungs longer and cause greater damage over time.

    How can you be exposed to asbestos?

    Asbestos fibers can be breathed in for a short period of time while installing or repairing products that contain asbestos. They may also be exposed by working with it on a daily basis for lengthy periods of time without the appropriate safety measures, such as gloves and masks.

    Finally, residents of houses constructed prior to 1970 may be exposed to asbestos fibers that have entered the soil and air owing to deteriorating insulation or siding containing asbestos.

    Is there a safe level of asbestos exposure?

    There is no known safe level of asbestos exposure since even low levels may result in cancer years later.

    What countries is chrysotile asbestos found in?

    Chrysotile asbestos has been mined or processed in many areas of the world since the late 1800s, including Canada, parts of Europe and Asia, and other places. Russia, China, and Brazil continue to mine or manufacture asbestos today.

    What types of cancers does asbestos exposure lead to?

    Asbestos inhalation raises the risk of developing a variety of malignancies, including mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is cancer that develops in the protective lining of various organs. It can affect individuals who have been in contact with asbestos fibers for an extended period.

    Shortness of breath, chest discomfort, persistent coughing, and tiredness are some of the symptoms of mesothelioma. Doctors treat mesothelioma by removing the tumor or shrinking or killing tumors with radiation or chemotherapy.

    What is mesothelioma?

    Anatomically, this cancer occurs in the protective covering surrounding major organs such as the heart and lungs. Because people who are exposed to asbestos fibers for a long period of time have an increased risk of developing mesothelioma, it is known as an asbestos-related malignancy.

    What are the symptoms of mesothelioma?

    Shortness of breath, a persistent dry cough, and chest discomfort or tightness are all signs of mesothelioma. Fluid accumulation in the chest cavity around the lungs can cause swelling in the neck, arms, or legs in people with advanced stages of this disease.

    What are the treatments for mesothelioma?

    Most patients with mesothelioma receive surgery to remove fluid buildup or tumors in the lungs, heart, or abdomen. Doctors may use radiation therapy and chemotherapy to kill cancer cells or prevent them from spreading throughout the body.

    How is asbestos exposure treated?

    Mesothelioma is deadly cancer caused by prolonged, everyday asbestos exposure. Once it has happened, there is no cure for asbestos poisoning; however, the symptoms associated with mesothelioma are treatable with surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy depending on the place and amount of tumors in the body.