Mould in my rental property – What should I do?

Rental properties are at just as much risk to mould problems as any other residence. When mold growth is excessive, remediation and removal can be expensive. Mould contamination is a real problem for landlords: loss of rent, invoices for expensive property damage, and lawsuits from tenants who suffer health issues from mould-related illnesses are just […]

November 7th, 2018|

Does my home need better ventilation?

Have you been experiencing heavy humidity within your home? Have you noticed mould or mildew? Any musty smells? Well you may need to look at some more efficient forms of ventilation for your home. Below are a list of different types of ventilation you may need for your home in order to combat the dreaded […]

October 31st, 2018|

How does water damage convert to mould growth?

With all the rain we have been experiencing up and down the coast at the moment there is always risk of excess moisture issues if your property is not up to scratch with water damage prevention.
Water damage in the home can cause all sorts of issues from internal cosmetic damage, all the way to structural […]

October 17th, 2018|

The most frequently asked questions on mould

At Mould Pro, we deal with Mould problems every day. As a property owner it is completely common that you may have questions on mould – whether you actually do have a problem, where to look, and what to do about it. Mould is a common occurrence where there is excess water and moisture. Here […]

September 20th, 2018|

What are the steps in removing mould?

So you’ve discovered you have a mould problem in your home…. And now you’re wondering… “What’s next?” You’ve called in the professionals to deal with the issue – which is a smart idea, as you don’t want it getting out of hand and affecting the health of your family and pets. Mould spores breed like […]

August 24th, 2018|

Does rising damp cause mould? What are the signs of a problem?

What is rising damp?
Rising damp occurs when excess moisture from the ground absorbs up into porous building materials such as stone, brick, earth, mortar and into the structure of the building. The moisture evaporates from either face of the wall, allowing more to be drawn from below. Rising damp is common in older buildings, but […]

July 16th, 2018|

How Does Mould Grow?

What conditions in the home are best for mould growth?
Keeping mould from growing in your home is really important for the health of you and your family. The first step in keeping mould under control in your home is discovering what areas and conditions are best for mould growth. Mould spores thrive and multiply in […]

June 22nd, 2018|

Can I paint over mould?

If you have a mould issue on the walls of your home, whether it be internal or external it can look unsightly.

Mould happens to grow and multiply very fast so if your walls are damp with excess moisture, they may quickly become covered in it. You may be looking for a quick fix and thinking […]

May 24th, 2018|

Improving The Air Quality Within Your Home

Everyone wants to live a healthy happy life. But what if the air you are breathing inside your home could be harming you and your family in various ways. Nothing in this world is more important than the air you breathe, so you should make it your aim this year to improve the air quality […]

April 26th, 2018|

Inviting mould into your home through your laundry

The Laundry and Mould

What does mould need to thrive? A warmth moist environment and something to cling to. It is no wonder then that that the laundry and dirty clothes hampers, in fact, are the perfect regions for mould to grow, as they commonly provide mould spores daily access to a lavish supply of […]

March 14th, 2018|