SPECIALIST MOULD AND CONDENSATION REMOVAL

MOULD REMOVAL NORTH WALES

MOULD

Mould removal and prevention measures.

CONDENSATION

We offer a condensation survey to identify the causes.

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Offers mould removal North Wales including Conwy, Denbighshire and Gwynedd.

CONWY, DENBIGHSHIRE & GWYNEDD

MOULD AND CONDENSATION SERVICES

We offer 2 levels of service. A system installation only (where you prefer to clean and treat your own mould) & B system installation plus mould cleaning treatment and removal.

Firstly, following your enquiry, we make an initial visit at a convenient time to inspect your personal mould or condensation issues to try and determine the possible causes.

We discuss these findings with you, explain the process and answer any questions you may have.

We will decide on the best solution for the problem/s and supply a full written quotation on the installation cost.

The installation of pressure ventilation systems will not remove existing mould from a property, however, it will render the mould dead and dormant within 72 hours from installation.

Get in touch for a free quote on your mould and condensation problems.

MOULD REMOVAL NORTH WALES

The old mould staining and damage will still need spray treatment and cleaning, but it will then not return.

We offer additional treatment and cleaning service should you prefer us to take care of that, and if the decor is damaged beyond cleaning, we even offer a full painting and decorating service to get your property back to its former self.

According to Wikipedia Mold health issues refer to the harmful health effects of molds (“moulds” in British English) and their mycotoxins. However, recent research has shown these adverse health effects are caused not exclusively by molds, but also other microbial agents and biotoxins associated with dampness, mold, and water-damaged buildings, such as gram-negative bacteria that produce endotoxins, as well as actinomycetes and their associated exotoxins. Approximately 47% of houses in the United States have substantial levels of mold, with over 85% of commercial and office buildings found to have water damage predictive of mold. As many as 21% of asthma cases may result from exposure to mold.

Substantial and statistically significant increases in the risks of both respiratory infections and bronchitis have been associated with dampness in homes and the resulting mold.

Molds and many related microbial agents are ubiquitous in the biosphere, and mold spores are a common component of household and workplace dust.

While most molds in the outdoor environment are not hazardous to humans, many found inside buildings are known to be.