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Household mould causing memory loss, asthma and paralysis


Household mould. It's ugly, and it's unwanted. Now, a number of Australians are claiming it is killing them. Making their lives a living hell – causing asthma, memory loss and in some extremes, paralysis. And costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars to survive. Linda Blatt said life changed when she moved into a new

Household mould causing memory loss, asthma and paralysis2022-10-06T14:14:52+10:30

Mould Doctor SA Reporting


Mould Doctor SA provides comprehensive reporting to owners, landlords and property managers for mould inspections. Prior to commencing work, we have provide a quote with documentation including photos, methodology and estimates to carry out the mould removal. When A Quote Is Requested A sample of before and after photos to give an indication on

Mould Doctor SA Reporting2022-10-06T14:18:33+10:30

Mould & Tenant Rights


Your home can fall prey to mould at any time of the year. But during winter, poor ventilation, uneven indoor heating and the chill outside make homes especially vulnerable. It may be a small patch at the back of a cupboard you never open, or a whole room covered in spores. So what causes

Mould & Tenant Rights2018-02-08T11:14:03+10:30

Doctors Plead For Tenants To Be Taken Our Of Mouldy Rental Property


Jemima Balhas and her young son lived in a rental home with a serious mould problem for seven years, despite pleas from their doctor for them to be rehoused. She is now fighting for compensation after losing all her belongings due to the risk of contamination. Despite trying to remove the mould herself, it

Doctors Plead For Tenants To Be Taken Our Of Mouldy Rental Property2018-01-18T10:05:42+10:30

Bio Hazard Removal Facts


Biological hazards are organic substances that pose a threat to your health. Biological hazards include pathogenic micro-organisms, viruses, toxins, spores, fungi and bio-active substances. An estimated 320,000 workers worldwide die each year from communicable diseases caused by work-related exposures to biological hazards. Workers are often exposed to bio hazards via contact with human bodily

Bio Hazard Removal Facts2022-10-06T15:41:09+10:30

10 Things You Should Know About Mould


1. Potential health effects and symptoms associated with mould exposures include allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory complaints. 2. There is no practical way to eliminate all mould and mould spores in the indoor environment; the way to control indoor mould growth is to control moisture. 3. If mould is a problem in your

10 Things You Should Know About Mould2017-06-29T21:25:45+09:30
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