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Tasmania is an island state of Australia. Being surrounded by ocean it is one of the coldest place in Australia. Cold weather is also very suitable for mould growth
One of our Mould Accredited Technicians will attend your property to conduct a visual inspection, to begin with, to determine the extent of the mould contamination.
As part of our service, we will advise you of the steps that are important to stop any further moisture or water ingress as this is very important to stop any food source of moisture to stop mould growth.
The remediation process starts with setting up negative air machines or air scrubbers to collect all airborne contaminants to provide a safer environment for our technicians to remediate your home. This procedure is only effective provided air scrubbers are used during the process to suck up all spores as we are killing them because there is no point fogging only to kill the spores and leave them on the floor or contents. After all, dead spores still release mycotoxins the same as live mould spores. The key to Mould Removal is just that, REMOVAL. Not Killing.
If moisture is evident, it must be dried out. We have air movers (blowers) and dehumidifiers which we will bring to the site to dry out the building to ensure that your building structure is dry. Otherwise, the mould will continue to grow.
Now it is time to make sure that our mould removal is permanent. This can only be achieved if the original root cause has been rectified. We will advise you on what needs to be done to achieve this. The most common preventative maintenance requirements are Subfloor ventilation, rising damp treatment, drainage improvements, landscaping improvements, the introduction of dehumidifiers, repair of guttering and downpipes, improving overall ventilation and airflow, cutting back of trees, and bathroom ventilation just to name a few.
The sooner you can spot the signs of mould damage in your home, the better it is to get rid of it and ensure a healthy environment and protect your property from damages. The following signs can tell you if there is a mould development happening in your home and whenever you see these signs, for mould removal in your Newcastle home, get in touch with us:
Spotted that first sign of mould on your walls, or has that smell of dampness started to bother you? Don’t ignore it. These small clues may be referring to bigger mould damage in your house. Take professional help from Mould Pro today!