Mould may seem like a harmless threat, but, given enough moisture, it can cause an allergic reaction and even respiratory problems in those sensitive to it. Mould forms in areas of high humidity, where the natural exchange of air is limited. Mould can be caused or worsened by a number of factors, including incorrect heating or ventilation of rooms, water damage or condensation due to faulty insulation, or structural defects, such as leaky roofs.
Whether you have noticed dark spots on the walls, a musty, earthy smell in your property or the appearance of other pests, such as woodlice or silverfish, it’s likely you are experiencing a mould infestation. Invisible spores spread through the air and can affect your floor, books and clothing, however, mould can be most prominent in non-visible places, including behind wallpaper or plasterboard.
To rid your home of the harmful effects of mould, you need a rot and mould removal specialist.
Rot and mould can be difficult to combat, especially when the infestation is severe. The duties of a rot and mould specialist include:
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