What exactly is pink mould?
Pink mould is a bacteria that can be found in showers and on windowsills in older properties. However, it’s normally found outside, so if you have pink mould growing in your property, it’s generally a build-up of bacteria around basin drains, shower floors, and other wet areas.
Pink mould is not rated as too harmful, but – as for any type of mould inside your home – it should be removed.
Is pink mould dangerous?
How do I get rid of pink mould?
How do I manage pink mould?
Make sure the areas where you’ve experienced pink mould in the past are kept clean and well ventilated. For example, clean windowsills and make sure they’re well ventilated.
In showers, basins, bathrooms, and on dry wall surfaces, clean regularly and don’t leave a build-up of scum for pink mould to grow on.
When should I seek professional medical help?
Why call Accredited CPS?
Call Accredited CPS to get an honest opinion, accurate advice, and a professional assessment on the mould situation in your property.
We make sure we are up to date with all industry standards and regulations for the remediation of mould, so you can trust the information we provide.