On completion Mould Doctor will provide the following; Before and after photos of the work we have completed. A copy of Mould Doctors guide to mould prevention will be given to your or your client / tenant. Humidity readings will be recorded. Moisture readings will be recorded. Temperature readings will also be recorded. Air quality
When A Quote Is Requested A sample of before and after photos to give an indication on how exceptional the process is. Scope of works on how we will remove the mould or treat for mould. Products that will be used in the process. How we will go about the task. Time taken to perform
No. If you believe you have a mould problem, you will need to take pictures and document your problem. An independent Indoor Air Quality test from a registered laboratory would record the level of mould spores present.
Buildings should be inspected on a regular basis for evidence of water damage. Conditions such as water leaks, flooding, condensation or excessive humidity should be corrected immediately upon discovery to prevent mould from growing.
A visual examination is the most dependable means of identifying a mould problem. Musty odours or changes in health could be the first signs of mould in your home. Some signs to look for would be standing water, condensation on windows, floods, or roof leaks – all of which could lead to mould growth. Mould
Mould spores may enter your home through open doorways, windows, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Spores may also attach themselves to people, animals, toys, shoes, and carry bags bringing the mould indoors. Many building materials provide nutrients that allow the mould to cultivate when exposed to moisture. Wet materials, including paper products, cardboard, ceiling
Mould is very common in our homes and buildings. The most common mould found in our homes is mould found on bread. All moulds are not harmful. But infestations of mould need to be controlled immediately upon discovery.
Health effects of mould are dependent upon the individual, length of exposure, and volume of spores inhaled or ingested. Some effects include, but are not limited to: chronic headaches eyes, nose and throat irritation sneezing coughing nausea fever vomiting diarrhoea chronic fatigue asthma/respiratory problems
It is important to note that everyone is exposed to mould spores on a daily basis. Mould grows naturally in our outdoor environment. Mould is known to be an allergen and some cases toxic. Any mould contamination existing inside buildings and homes should be eradicated Individuals with immune or respiratory problems, pregnant women, the elderly,