Our team is certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the most recognized body in the industry.
Using biocides to “kill” Mould is a counterproductive strategy. Our priority is always source removal.
The well-being of our clients is our top priority, so we use safe, eco-friendly products for effective cleaning instead of toxic chemicals.
We proudly offer our mould removal services nationwide, ensuring that no matter where you are located, you have access to our expertise.
We focus on detecting, assessing, and removing Mould within your home. Prioritizing our clients’ health, our goal is to improve your indoor air quality and reduce the risks associated with Mould exposure and related health issues.
Mould remediation is the process of identifying, containing, removing, and preventing mould in an indoor environment.
Don’t kill mould, safely remove it instead.
Our primary focus is on removing water-damaged and mouldy porous materials from buildings. We do not believe in dry fogging or the superficial solution of painting over mold. Our approach emphasizes thorough eradication and restoration, ensuring a healthier and safer environment.
Mould is a type of fungus that grows in moist environments. It reproduces by releasing spores into the air, which settle on surfaces and start new mould colonies under the right conditions, like warmth and moisture.
Not all moulds are harmful, but some can cause health issues, especially for individuals with allergies, asthma, or weakened immune systems. Black mould, known as Stachybotrys chartarum, is particularly notorious for its health risks.
Common indicators include a musty smell, visible growth on walls or ceilings, and worsening of allergy-like symptoms indoors. Persistent moisture issues, like leaks, also suggest the potential presence of mould.
For small areas, you can clean the mould yourself using soap and water. For larger, more severe problems, or if the mould returns, it’s advisable to contact a professional.
Yes, over time, mould can break down the materials it grows on, causing damage to wood, drywall, and other building materials, potentially leading to structural issues.
To prevent mould regrowth, address the underlying moisture problem. Keep indoor humidity low, fix leaks, ensure good ventilation, and dry out wet areas promptly.
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