Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Edmonton homeowners have planned for their Mold Removal projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 22 Mold Removal projects posted by homeowners in Edmonton seeking the services of local Mold Removal Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $73,500.00 with a per project average of $3,340.00.
We ned mold removal due to leak in foundation. Apparently the leak has been there for some time & not noticed as there is a heavy dresser in the way. With the rain in edmonton on Jun 20/11 are carpet was soaked in a 7 x 10 area. Upon removing the carpet ourselves, we disovered that the carpet tack for approx 5-6' had mold with approx 18" of real bad. We have not removed the drywall yet. The drywall is mounted 2" from the wall on 2x 4 studs (yes the wrong way). There is no insulation between the drywall & the cement basement wall.
This is a two part project consisting of fixing a mould issue in several areas of the house as well as the removal of sheet flooring consisting of asbestos. Please provide quotes for each section of the project. Consultant report can be provided to interested parties for further project clarification.
Part 1: Mould Abatement (Asbestos in the drywall tape compound 1-3%)
Remove/dispose 5 linear feet of ceiling asbestos-containing drywall materials extending from the fireplace wall approximately 7ft. Including the decorative beam and paneling off the supportive been to further evaluate building materials condition.
Remove/dispose 17 linear feet of asbestos-containing drywall materials from the east
exterior wall extending floor to ceiling (right side 8ft in height and left side 12ft in height)
Approximately 5 linear feet of asbestos-containing drywall materials from the south wall
extending from the SE 90o corner extending floor to ceiling (8ft). Remove remaining 20
linear feet of drywall materials from the south wall extending 4ft in height.
Moderate risk procedure should be followed for the removal of asbestos containing drywall materials from the closet door wall (south wall) approximately 17 linear feet extending 8ft in height (this excluded 3 closet door approximately 4ft across and 7ft in height).
Remove back closet drywall materials approximately 12 linear feet extending 2ft in height from east wall.
Part 2: Sheet flooring removal containing asbestos (30-40%) (sheet flooring is on 1/4 inch plywood which can be removed in sheets/ strips and comes up easily).
Remove/dispose sheet flooring approximately 110 ft2 from the hallway and hallway closets
If you have any questions please contact me. I am looking for **competitive** quotes and timelines.
Master Bedroom shower is directly below a basement shower... noted water on the floor of the basement shower and had determined that it had come from the ceiling by the basement shower... soft drywall when touched... removed a section of the drywall and noted that water / soap markings was present on the outside of the drain pipe from the upstairs shower.
Checked the upstairs shower and the drain cover was easily removed...the caulking seal had been breached... rain the shower at that point and check downstairs to see if leakage was occurring... it did... Cleaned the drain cover area and re-caulked...
Concern now is...after looking through the basement hole that was cut out...it appears we may have mold growth...
The center floor beam is running directly next to the shower and provides the anchor for a wall that acts as the shower wall... the dry wall from the that wall above the ceiling is soft and has showed some possible growth of mold... 10%..
The area is complicated due to fresh air venting, build in vacumn pipes etc are present...
Alumumin ceiling track is the base for which the basement bathroom ceiling is attached...there is some signs of rusting on one of the tracks approximately 8 inches away from the basement tiled shower ceiling.
When looking in the opposite direction... above the shower tiled ceiling it appears that perhaps a black mold, wafer layered, is on the center floor joist back 8 inches away...
Noted that a section of the grout about 8 inches from the entrance to the shower on the ceiling next to the wall has been cracked and a possible source of moisture to exit from...
Shower walls were a concrete board - aqua board...ceiling should be the same...
Need to knows... do we have a mold concern... if so...what would the costs be for the removal of the same. Repair costs to original state.
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