Mould Removal and Remediation Services in Melbourne
Mould or Mold is a fungus that grows in the form of Multicellular filaments called Hyphae. They release tiny spores that float through the air. When these spores land on wet or damp surfaces they start growing and destroying the surface they land on. Black mould is one the most seen type of mould especially in bathroom areas.
Mould spores can be found naturally in the environment. But if they land on a suitable growth area they can start growing rapidly and make the area look dirty and give off bad odours. Mould growth can also pose serious health risks towards people exposed to them.
Dangers of Mould Growth
While most moulds are non-toxic, some types of mould can produce toxins that attack the immune system. These attacks can leave you vulnerable to diseases related to the central nervous system.
The spores that the mould releases to the air can also cause health issues. These issues include allergic reactions, asthma, irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and other respiratory issues.
How to Remove Mould?
Treating mould with bleach and other fungicides isn’t always the best way to handle a mould problem. There are specialist ways to permanently remove mould and these methods require special equipment and training. To the untrained eye it may look like the mould has been removed by bleach or other chemicals. There can be thousands of spores in the air that can land on the same or a similar surface and start growing again.
Since mould is a living organism you can’t afford to leave it untreated. If you do so, it will continue to spread and cause even more harm.
Mould Removal and Remediation Service
Our team of professionals use state of the art equipment and hospital grade microbial cleaning agents to kill mould growth. We also take special precautions to prevent the mould from spreading to other areas within the premises keeping all occupants safe and the integrity of the property intact. While the specific areas is being cleaned, the mould could disperse in the air to the surrounding areas. We then use HEPA filtered vacuums to capture the airborne and microscopic spores.
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