How to Remove Mould?
The only way to remove mould is in accordance with the ANSI/IICRC S520-2015 standard for professional mould remediation. HEPA filtration, thorough pre-assessment/inspection, adequate containment, removing the affected materials, restoring what’s is left back to pre-loss condition, drying, clearance then reinstating or replacing those materials with new materials are ways to get rid of mould permanently.
There are many methodologies that claim to remove black mould and pink mould, including using vinegar or other concoctions, but the only true way to eliminate mould is by fixing the source. Read about our mould damage tips and tricks
A physical removal process is used to eradicate mould at its source. This process includes using a HEPA filter, agitating the mould, cleaning, and then performing a chemical wash. A variety of different encapsulation products are used to ensure everything has dried.
Ventilate Your Bathrooms for Removal
Condensation occurs mostly in wet bathroom areas. Showers generate steam, which condenses into moisture and gets absorbed into the materials inside your home.
Therefore, the wet areas in your house are at higher risk than other areas, one strategy to reduce the risk of mould in your bathroom is to increase the ventilation.
Why use Accredited CPS?
The first step in choosing a company to eradicate mould is to make sure you’re engaging with a business, or professional, that has your best interests at heart. The primary goal for us at Accredited CPS is to make sure we can come on board with you and offer you the professional advice you need.
We are passionate about making sure our advice is paramount, then provide next steps to support you moving forward. Accredited Cleaning and Pest Solutions specialises in mould removal and remediation.
For us, the money comes second. We will make sure we give you the correct professional information to help you understand what the concerns are and how we can help you move into a healthier future.