What are the signs and symptoms of mould?
Is mould dangerous?
Certain types of toxic moulds that could be growing inside your home or HVAC system can be dangerous, particularly if you’re exposed to them on an ongoing basis.
This is confirmed by clinical and scientific tests and advice.
Does my home have mould symptoms?
How can I get rid of mould in my home?
Introducing improved airflow and regular cleaning will help get rid of mould in your home.
This includes using good quality HEPA vacuum cleaners and regularly changing the bags.
You can also prevent mould in your home by introducing a good airflow.
How do I prevent mould in my home?
Regular internal and external house inspections can also help, for example, making sure that your hot water system isn’t leaking and that you don’t have an outside tap that doesn’t drain off correctly.
In this scenario, an outside tap could be dripping next to a wall that might not be waterproofed, causing your house to absorb moisture into the bricks or cement slab. This, in turn, could leech into your particle board, causing secondary damage.
So, it’s important to inspect all your wet areas, checking pipes, flexi hoses, and hot water systems. This will help reduce the risk of getting mould in your home.
Why should you call Accredited CPS to get rid of mould?
We believe strongly in providing our clients with all the information they need to make the best possible decision to eliminate mould in their homes.
For us, it’s not all about the money, it’s about giving you full and correct information upfront so you make an informed decision.
You can then be confident we are up to date with all we need to execute the work quickly and professionally in your residential or commercial property.