The guides listed below are our Property Management Resources. They provide you with all of the tools to discuss with your Landlords and Tenants on mould. To download select any image on the left of the document name. Property Manager Resources.
Mould Prevention ChecklistProperty Manager Resources
A guide for everyone in the office including Sales People, Property Managers, Landlords and Tenants. These are our top 10 tips for preventing mould within a property.
Landlords Frequently Asked QuestionsProperty Manager Resources
A guide for Landlords into the ins-and-outs of mould, the treatment process and ongoing preventative measures.
Landlords Guide to MouldProperty Manager Resources
A guide that you can hand out to new Landlords when taking on new managed properties. This can go a long way to ensuring that mould does not become an issue within a property.
Property Managers Frequently Asked QuestionsProperty Manager Resources
A guide for Property Managers to assist with liaising with both Tenants and Landlords when mould is discovered. Once reported, a Property Manager can use this guide to answer many of the common questions.
A Tenants Guide to MouldProperty Manager Resources
A guide that you can hand out to new Tenants.
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We are told after completing a treatment that it feels like it has had a fresh coat of paint! However, mould does decompose matter. Where the mould has been on a painted surface for a long time, there can be underlying damage to paint. This is not obvious until treatment has disrupted the surface. It is a rare occurrence as mould issues are usually dealt with early on. There is no set season of the year where mould will grow. Therefore it is an issue that can occur all year round.
Mould will begin to form and grow on surfaces in your home. 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. Mould can grow on ceilings and inside roof cavities when there is a build-up of moisture. This is due to condensation caused by poor ventilation. The MouldMen team will treat your ceiling mould and help you so that you can prevent mould in your home!