MOULD REMEDIATION METHODS
Infestation of mould generally occurs from condensation, lack of ventilation or moisture ingress from building or plumbing defects. In some circumstances, hyphae is embedded in the material that’s why it can’t be easily removed or killed. The assessment of what can’t be remediated is undertaken via removal of a section of a wall or sampling, only if necessary.
Here’s our process to remove the dangers of mould infestation and contamination in your residential, commercial, and industrial buildings:
- Assessing Mould Contamination: The first step is to assess the root cause of the mould problem, identify the extent of mould damage, and recommend ways on how to address the mould problem, and prevent it from reocurring.
- Scope of Works: This is the stage where we plan how to conduct the removal, cleaning, disinfection, and the repair of the affected surfaces. Moreover, this is also the stage of providing outlines of estimated costs and time required.
- Address Water Ingress Issues: Water ingress could be coming from leaking pipe, roof, or gutter. It could also be an outcome of poor drainage or ventilation. These water ingress problems trigger the mould proliferation, hence, it is important to identify where the problem originates.
- Contain Mould Issue: We seal off the affected areas to avoid the spread of mould during the remediation process.