when is mould considered hazardous?
Mould is a natural occuring fungi that grows in adbundance outdoors. However, some mould species are known to cause adverse health effects in humans and animals in indoor settings. Mould needs a damp environment to continue to grow inside and is typically found on materials like wood sheathing, drywall, plaster, carpeting, wallpaper and various forms of insulation.
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where mould grows & likely causes
Here are the most common areas where mould growth can occur and the top causes which we check for during our quotation services. Remember: No property is mould-proof.
Signs that you're dealing with a mould concern include but are not limited to musty odours, discolouration of surfaces, surface peeling, condensation, water intrusion and ongoing health symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, wheezing and rashes.
- IMPROPER VENTILATION
- NO ROOF EXHAUST VENT
- BLOCKED SOFFITS
CELLARS & crawl spaces
- NO CROSSVENTILATION
- INSULATION ISSUES
- EXPOSED SOIL/SAND
- NO WATERPROOFING
- SMALL CRACKS
behind CEILINGS & walls
- PLUMBING LEAKS
- BAD CONSTRUCTION
COMPREHENSIVE MOULD SERVICES
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT? ONE OF THE ONLY COMPANIES OFFERING REPAIRS TO PREVENT FUTURE MOULD
HIDDEN MOULD INSPECTIONS
- INDOOR AIR QUALITY TESTING
- FREE QUOTATIONS FOR MOULD REMOVAL
- REPAIRS TO PREVENT MOULD FROM RETURNING