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Sean came by our home to investigate for evidence of possible mold due to a past leak. He also brought in his mold sniffing dog to help him with the inspection. After the investigation, we found out that there was in fact mold in a few locations, which was confirmed by Sean after his dog was able to point out the exact locations. Sean gave us great advice on how to deal with the problem and tips for preventing any such issues from happening in the future. We were very happy with the work that Sean and his dog did for us and would definitely call on him again.
- Company Response
Hi A L. I am very lucky to have such a well trained and skilled partner in my Dog Marni. Mold can be a serious issue, especially here in Vancouver, which is one of the reasons I decided to specialize in mold. Thanks for posting your comments, I sincerely appreciate it. As with an inspection, knowing about how to deal with it and help prevent it will certainly make it easier to manage. Check out my blog for more tips or call me. Take care... Sean