Specialized cleaning can be complementary to, or entirely separate from, our regular disaster clean-up service.
Dry ice blasting is a safe cleaning method for facilities with electric or electronic components, machinery, and structures such as buildings and swimming pools. This completely dry cleaning process, with a pressurized air stream at -79°C, is just as effective as sandblasting, but leaves no residue and won’t damage even the most fragile surfaces. It also cuts clean-up time by close to 90%.
Le Groupe Air-Plus inc., a division of Sinisco, is one of Quebec’s most reputable companies in indoor air quality control.
For several years, we’ve worked with this team of experienced and qualified technicians whose proven cleaning methods and techniques have earned us an enviable reputation in the market. We’ve also created our own control protocol, based on industry standards and standards set by our quality control department.
A wide array of services
A recognized specialty contractor
Our air duct cleaning division has a specialty contractor permit, insurance that can be adjusted to the scope of work, and a quality control department. That means you get the best value for money in your clean-up operation.
For more information about air duct cleaning: www.groupeairplus.com
Problems like humidity, mould, leaks and poor renovation work are often invisible to the naked eye, but can cause extensive damage to a building. Infrared thermal imaging is the only diagnostic tool that allows you to see through structural components (walls, ceilings, roofing) and verify problematic areas.
At Sinisco, we’re certified by the Infrared Training Center (ITC), attesting to our expertise in analyzing thermal images and producing accurate reports.
Whether you need a post-disaster clean-up or just regular maintenance, our experienced technicians offer a top-quality cleaning and disinfection service for carpets, upholstered furniture and rugs.