Desa Contracting & Restoration is a highly regarded full-service contracting and restoration firm certified by the IICRC.
We serve Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area and are available 24/7 for all types of restoration, renovation, and ongoing property maintenance projects including janitorial services, for residential and commercial properties. With over 10 years of work experience, our team of certified professionals has the necessary knowledge to handle a wide range of projects, including concrete repair, crack injection, balcony repair, masonry repair, wall and column repair, exterior cladding retrofits, waterproofing, fire and water damage restoration, mold remediation, and asbestos abatement and removal. Our goal is to give residents and property managers the best services and solutions for their renovation and restoration projects.
Desa Contracting & Restoration is a full-service, licensed, and IICRC-certified contracting and restoration company serving Toronto and the GTA. With over a decade of experience in the industry, we are the premier choice for all emergency and non-emergency restoration services.
A fire’s fury and speed can result in significant property loss and damage to your home. That said, we understand that knowing what to do after a fire damages your property can be challenging. For a Toronto fire damage restoration team you can trust, look no further than the experts at Desa Contracting & Restoration.
If water damage has taken over your home and left you feeling defeated, and you’re looking for a reliable company to handle your flood damage, sewage backup, cleanups and restoration or burst pipe emergency, look no further than Desa Contracting & Restoration! We offer 24/7 emergency services, so you can rest assured that help is on the way
Many households disregard the risks posed by mold. Most people primarily associate mold with being unsightly, but many varieties can be dangerous to both your health and the construction of your home. That said, it’s critical to respond soon after a flood or other water damage occurs since mold can begin to form in as little as 48 hours. Avoid allowing mold to enter your home as a result of water damage with the help of Mold remediation and restoration experts at Desa Contracting & Restoration!
Asbestos is a dangerous material that can be found in many buildings, homes, schools, hospitals, and offices today. Whenever there is a fire, flood, or other disaster at a home, asbestos particles may escape from the structure and can be dangerous to your health if not handled properly. In fact, if left unchecked, these asbestos particles can cause fatal lung damage. Don’t put your health at risk; instead, contact the experts at Desa Contracting & Restoration for asbestos abatement, removal and restoration today.
With more than 10 years of combined project management experience, Desa Contracting & Restoration is your
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Building remediation or restoration work is a specialized, refurbishment measure for building structures with flaws. These measures are often undertaken when there are serious structural and/or water damage.
Sadly, the answer is no. Even if they assert their qualifications, mold removal is a highly specialized, potentially dangerous line of work that calls for years of specialized training and experience. That said, mold remediation demands someone who is knowledgeable about the precise methods that must be followed because it is a highly specialized trade. Most general contractors are unaware of a set of industry-standard rules that exist when dealing with mold. If not done properly, it can reoccur, leading to air contamination, which poses a greater risk to your health. Thus, when dealing with mold, it’s always best to hire a professional in the field to ensure the safety of your home and your health
Buildings experience tremendous wear and tear as they age, including staining, deterioration of the concrete, damage to the base, salt crystallization, and even microbiological growth from bacteria and fungi. Even with routine annual maintenance, exposure to the elements and other environmental conditions will cause significant building deterioration over time. That does not, however, automatically imply that the structure must be demolished. If you have a sentimental attachment to the building, it may just require minor foundation repairs, cleaning, patching, and painting to restore it while preserving its gorgeous original architecture.
Emergency restoration services are known for dealing with the aftermath of disaster-related water damage, including flood, fire, smoke, SEWAGE Cleanup, MOLD Removal, asbestos, and other, and restoring these items with a qualified team
Depending on the type of building construction or restoration materials used, the frequency with which your building may need to be waterproofed will vary. That said, a silicone-based sealant typically lasts 15 to 20 years before needing to be waterproofed or caulked again. Urethane-based sealants, on the other hand, only last up to 10 years before any repairs are required.
In this case, the recommended answer is no, because it is safer, more reliable, and more visually appealing to remove the failing caulking before re-caulking. Furthermore, damaged, broken, and worn-out caulking won’t give the top layer of new caulking a stable surface to set on. Therefore, the material will likely be more prone to cracking over time. That said, before sealing the gap correctly, it’s important that you remove the old layer of caulk first.
Yes. Brick walls can be waterproofed. Brick is strong and resilient, yet it is still susceptible to dampness and water damage.
The simplest way to identify and stop water intrusion problems is to do routine inspections of your building’s waterproofing systems, notably the caulking and sealants. In all kinds of structures, water intrusion problems are most often caused by inadequate caulking. It is recommended to inspect your building exterior every year after the winter.