Mould Removal

Mould Removal

To safely get rid of mould, one has to perform at last four major acts. The first step would be to contain the mould from contaminating the other areas of the house. Even if you are able to kill the mould in a specific area, if you are not able to enclose it, then it would just continue spreading in other parts of the house and your mould removal efforts will become a never-ending battle against moulds.

Once you have contained the mould, the second step in your mould removal process is to kill the mold as soon as you can before it is able to escape and seep through other areas of the house. Make sure that you killed all the moulds effectively since they have a tendency to re-grow and propagate again. After ensuring that the moulds are dead, remove it and throw it as far away from the house as possible.

After you have removed the dead mould from the house, the next to do to prevent mould recurrence is to protect the cleaned out area against attacks of mould. There is a reason why that specific portion of the house is where the moulds spread and you have to get rid of that source. It may be a leak somewhere that needs to be patched.

Now that you have gotten a glimpse of how tedious it is to perform mould removal, it is obvious that you have to leave this process to experts, unless you have a sanitary engineer license and you have carpentry capabilities. If you perform the mould removal process yourself, you may eventually be successful but it may turn out to be costlier in the end since you are not familiar with the exact science of locating the moulds, eliminating it by killing, safely removing the mould, and protecting the whole place from mould reappearance.

Moulds can appear on almost any surface in the house wood, OSB board, drywall, plaster, plywood, ceiling tile, and even on masonry like bricks, hollow blocks, and even on solid poured concrete floors and walls.

What we do is we inspect all possible spots where moulds can hide such as walls, ceilings, floors, heating and cooling ducts, and especially on HVAC equipments. Low height crawl spaces such as attics, under the showers and tubs and kitchen and bathroom cabinets can be breeding places for moulds.

And the bad thing of it all is that when unchecked, moulds can contaminate your clothes, shoes, furniture, appliances, and other personal belongings and there is no repairing if it attacks these items.

In order to kill the molds require certain toxins that may harm anyone who is not trained to handle such material so for your safety, allow experts on mould removal to perform such delicate task and not only do you protect yourself, you also save money from the potential cost of hospitalization and other stuff.