We all know the array of problems that come along with mould growth. Besides that, we also know that it can be quite expensive to remove mould from affected areas.
We are all familiar with the fact that moisture gives rise to mould, but what exactly does ‘moisture’ include. While many of us believe that mould grows after a leak, the truth is, there are several forms of moisture that could contribute to mould growth. You need to keep an eye on more than just leaks. Let’s learn what these other sources of moisture are. This will help us be better prepared in preventing mould… Read More
One of the most common problems homeowners face is household mould. Mould can grow in any place that has a high level of moisture. Mould is usually found on walls, ceilings, furnishings, bathrooms and in other damp areas.
Mould is often found indoors in damp, dark and hidden spaces and in places with a lot of moisture. In homes where there has been a flooding or which have leaks in roofs, windows, or pipes, it can grow as fast as the first 24-48 hours.