Mould Removal – Before & Afters

Our Process


Step 1


Our Inspection process involves the identification of all visible mould and the source of the problem, and making recommendations that provide a real solution to preventing any further mould growth. We do this by way of Building Forensic science.

An Inspection report is issued, illustrated room by room with photographs showing the exact extent of the mould growth. If necessary we will recommend Indoor Air Quality Testing.


Step 2


The removal process is unique to our company, where we remove all visible mould from hard surfaces, treat any carpet that may be affected and finally, fog the premises to eliminate existing mould spores.

Our aim is to restore the premises to a state where the Indoor Air Quality the same as the fresh air outside. Which is important for you and your family’s health. This can be verified through the independent laboratory if you wish.


Step 3


They always say, prevention is better than a cure, and this is the case with mould.

Once the mould growth has been removed we provide you with a number of recommendations that will prevent the mould from returning.

Each situation requires different prevention strategies, as mould can grow for a variety of different reasons. This will give you peace of mind for the future.

Is Mould Making You Sick?

Getting on top of mould growth in the home or office quickly is important for the health of the occupants, as well as for preventing long term cosmetic and structural damage. Whether you are a landlord, property manager or home owner, it is important that you take mould growth seriously, so call Mould Doctor for Health today to arrange inspection of your premises. We also provide comprehensive reporting, so it is easy for you to understand our process, in particular if you are dealing with insurance companies, landlords or tenants.

Mould is spread through spores and if there is mould present, then there will be mould spores. Part of our process is to treat all rooms in your home for mould spores in the air. The reason is to try to prevent mould from spreading into other rooms, we will also offer some advice on trying to reduce the chance of mould recurring. How we do this is through “fogging” When a Goldmorr Master Technician refers to fogging, it is the process by which the GM2000 is applied within your dwelling. The product is misted by use of a spray device and so can gain far greater and more consistent coverage of an entire home, similar to the steam created when you have a hot shower.

Why fog the whole house? It is simple – because mould spores spread. They are carried on your clothing as well as being present in the air. If the entire dwelling is not fogged, then the mould will return in other rooms under the right conditions. The bottom line here is that we can confidently use GM2000 knowing that you are extremely unlikely to have any reaction to it. It is not going to harm any of your furnishings either. We have performed many treatments with occupants who suffer with such ailments as asthma and multiple sclerosis and others going through chemotherapy. All have reported improvements in their own wellbeing following mould removal and fogging, with a lot of clients opting for an annual fog regardless of the fact that mould may not be present.

Find out more information on air quality improvement.

Compliance issues are addressed through strict quality control and reporting.

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 the works.
  • Reasons for the process taken.
  • Estimate to carry out the works.

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 readings also available (this is an additional service).
  • A report with the above information and why mould had formed in the first place.
  • Ways to reduce mould from recurring.

Mould can pose a serious health risk. As mould grows indoors it releases spores into the air. The health effects associated with these spores may include runny nose, eye irritation, cough, congestion, aggravation of asthma and respiratory problems, headache, flu-like symptoms, fatigue, skin rash and other allergic reactions.

Those responsible for building maintenance or the health and safety of building occupants, including property managers, have a duty of care where mould is concerned. Property Managers have a “duty of care” to take mould seriously. “Sometimes it can be difficult to establish just why mould is present. If you are in doubt, call in an expert.”“Remember, you must never ignore mould! Doing nothing is not an option as the mould will simply grow and spread.”

Mould growth can impair the normal function of equipment such as air conditioners and refrigeration units. It can stain and rot furnishings and cause structural damage to buildings.

Find out more about cleaning of air conditioners here.

Our Range Of Professional Services

Professional Mould Removal

Getting on top of mould growth is important for your health and others, as well as for preventing long term cosmetic and structural damage.
Whether you are a landlord, property manager or home owner, it is important that you take mould growth seriously, so call Mould Doctor today to arrange an inspection of your premises.

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