Water Damage Restoration Tricks for Your Home

Australia is prone to many storms and the resultant flooding. Often, water can collect in the home and cause extensive damage. If left untreated, water damage could destroy your building structurally and cosmetically and diminish its value. Therefore, water damage requires immediate action to minimise its effects and save your home from further destruction. Failure […]

September 18th, 2019|

Proven Tips to Eradicate Mould in Your Home

Mould is a fungus that grows in damp and humid environments. It releases tiny spores into the surrounding area, which allow mould to propagate and spread quickly around homes.

If you notice mould growth in your home, you’ll need first to find the cause to determine the best way to eradicate it immediately. Otherwise, you may […]

September 16th, 2019|

How to Remove Graffiti from Your Walls

Graffiti may look appealing on the street, but on your house walls, it loses all claims to beauty. If you happen to find it on your walls, as is common in Australia, here are some simple DIY steps to take to clean it off.

The appropriate graffiti removal method to be used will depend on the […]

September 11th, 2019|

How to Eliminate Smoke Odour After a Fire

Fire outbreaks are a common occurrence in Australia, and could be the worst kind of disaster to beset a home. Asides the extensive damage it causes to household items and structural materials, it also brings supplementary hazards in the form of possible water damage, harmful soot pollution, damage to electrical installations, and unhealthy smoke levels. […]

September 9th, 2019|

A Step-by-Step Guide to Completely Remove Mould From Your Car

What is Mould?
Mould is a type of fungi. It thrives in areas where moisture and high humidity are present. It could be black, blue, brown, or green in colour, and often feels slimy in texture.

Why is Mould Dangerous?

Moulds produce spores which enable them to propagate and spread quickly, and of course, they grow on a […]

August 30th, 2019|

Leaking and ruptured water pipes can result in mould

A ruptured water pipe is something people usually associate with extremely cold conditions in the middle of winter. As pipes freeze in the cold and then thaw out as the temperature rises, they can in fact leak and burst. Depending on where you live, ruptured pipes can happen at any time of the year. It […]

June 5th, 2019|

Case Study: Mould and Damage Job in Beaumaris, Melbourne

A client of Mould Pro in Melbourne went away on holidays for 3-4 weeks only to come home to a completely flooded house. The cause was determined to be a burst flexi house under the kitchen sink. Mould Pro has done hundreds of mould and water damage jobs and approx 70% are a result of […]

June 2nd, 2019|

About Bathroom Mould

Bathroom mould is one of the most common problems we get enquiries about. The reason why your bathroom tends to grow mould is because it is the perfect haven with the best conditions for mould to develop.

Why is my bathroom the best place to grow mould

The bathroom is considered a steam room which is very […]

May 31st, 2019|

Why you should not ignore a mould problem

Mould is becoming a frequent household issue. It can be caused by a number of things including poor ventilation, water leakage, and moisture in the air which results in condensation. Everyday things that involve moisture such as showering, cleaning, cooking can cause that damp feeling in the air, leading to condensation and eventually mould. […]

May 15th, 2019|

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|