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Environmental Services Group (ESG) is a leading and certified environmental and indoor air quality consulting firm serving residential, commercial and industrial clients since 2005 across Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and Southwest Ontario.

We help home owners, real-estate agents, landlord, property managers, insurance companies and businesses to solve their environmental issues.

Featured on CTV and Global News, we are the official supplier to HGTV’s Income Property with Scott McGillivray and Leave It To Bryan with Bryan Baeumler.

Recommended by local contractors, property managers and insurance adjusters, we regularly serve as expert witnesses in court proceedings relating to indoor air quality issues.

You can trust ESG to provide state-of-the-art expertise in remedying environmental hazards including:

Whether you require a residential mold inspection or a commercial asbestos survey, we can provide a quality service for all of your needs.

Visit and explore our website today for the best in indoor air quality testing and assessments.  In Toronto, call 416-575-6111.  You’ll be glad you did!

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