The presence of mould in your property is not only unsightly but can present a health hazard. The moment you see mould beginning to form get in touch to arrange some free quotes for mould removal services. You can then compare the costs provided direct and start saving.
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Mould is one thing that is not only unsightly, but also hazardous to your health. At the first sign of mould, contact us for help in finding a professional to remove it. Mould removal can be performed quickly and inexpensively, so you'll no longer have to worry about damage to your property or lingering health problems.► Click For Free Mould Removal Quotes ◄
Mould is most often found in damp basements and crawl spaces, but may also appear on exterior or interior walls as well. Most of the time, it is caused by a moisture problem such as a leaking roof, or by poor ventilation in your attic. Removing it yourself is not recommended, since protective equipment needs to be worn while doing so in order to prevent illness. Mould removal specialists are familiar with the precautions necessary to prevent this from happening. While removing mould is important, it's equally as important to determine the cause of it so that you can avoid having a similar problem in the future.
Average mould removal costs depend on the extent of your problem. If the mould covers a wide area, it will take more time and labour to remove it, and will therefore cost more money. When mould is found in a hard-to-access area such as an attic or crawl space, removing it may be more time-consuming and result in a higher estimate. The cost of mould removal does not include any repairs that are necessary to ensure the problem does not return again in the future.
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Q. How is mould removed?
A. There are a number of ways to remove mould from a home which should only be carried out by a professional. Dry ice blasting is a method used on surfaces like wood and cement; wet vacuuming is used to remove mould from hard surfaces, flooring and carpets; and damp wiping involves scrubbing and wiping to remove mould from non-porous surfaces. HEPA vacuums are used to remove dust and debris after the initial elimination methods above. Professionals are able to not only remove mould, but also take the necessary steps to prevent it.
Q. Do I really need professionals to perform mould removal for me?
A. Yes, mould can cause breathing difficulties, and should therefore only be removed by someone who is wearing the right protective equipment. Self-removal is not always effective at getting rid of all the mould, so you could suffer another outbreak if it is not completely eliminated. The mould removal specialists in our extended network will perform a thorough inspection to ensure your mould problem is completely eliminated.
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