Why is mould growing in my home?
There is no set season of the year where mould will grow, and therefore it is an issue that can occur all year round. Mould will begin to form and grow on surfaces in your home because there is a combination of moisture and poor ventilation. If mould is left untreated in these conditions, it will typically begin to spread, becoming detrimental to your health and comfort of living.
Will the MouldMen mould removal treatment damage my paint?
This is a common question we get asked, and the answer is no. In fact, the MouldMen team are often told after completing a treatment that the room feels like it has had a fresh coat of paint! However, mould does decompose matter and in instances where the mould has been on a painted surface for a long time, there can be underlying damage to the quality of the paint not obvious until treatment has disrupted the surface. This is a rare occurrence as mould issues are usually dealt with early on.
What is black mould?
Black mould is one of the most common colours of indoor mould. It is important to act quickly when found in your home as certain strains of black mould can be toxic and harmful to the elderly, pregnant women, people who are immune compromised and children.
Can you remove ceiling mould?
Mould can grow on ceilings and inside roof cavities when there is a build-up of moisture due to condensation caused by poor ventilation. The MouldMen team will not only treat your ceiling mould but educate you on ways that you can prevent mould from leaving its mark in your home! Home Owners
How do I learn more about the mould in my home?
If you want to learn more about the mould that could be growing in your home, contact MouldMen to organise a sample to be tested by the best environmental air quality specialists. It typically takes 5 working days for results to be delivered, in alignment with an independent specialist laboratory, and you will receive the most accurate information on the air you’re breathing in your home.