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Have you often seen a green mould on walls or ceilings? They are airborne fungi present in our atmosphere. They usually start growing and spreading rapidly on moist surfaces. Research suggests that mould cannot be completely prevented. This means that one of the only ways to control the growth of fungi is by keeping the area as low on moist as possible. When it comes to mould-damaged areas and materials in your home, they can include basements, kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. Although these areas are prone to mould formation, the materials that may also have moulds include ceiling tiles, wood panelling, drywall, mattresses, etc.

Why do moulds form?

Widespread mould in a certain area suggests that there is more water damage to your property than the naked eyes can see. Mould also requires moisture and organic materials to grow quickly. We may not notice it, but most items in our homes and building materials come with the organic ingredients needed to allow mould growth. Let's take a look at some common reasons for mould growth:

  1. Leaking ceilings: This can happen due to flooding or rain.
  2. Constant source of moisture - these are damaged areas resulting in poor drainage and leaking pipes that cause water to accumulate in an area.
  3. Flood Drainage - This is drainage that existed before and is still damp to date.
  4. Continuous humidity: This is usually natural and is caused by the humid climate or the steam inside.
  5. Faulty drainage systems: This can especially be experienced with outdoor units of air conditioners. Leakage leads to mould growth.

Although there have been several causes of mould growth, there are some seasons and climates, such as spring and summer, that support mould growth.

Harmful effects of the black Mould

Moulds can appear to be fuzzy and fibrous structures that have detrimental effects on everyone. Although the mould may appear grey, blue, green, black, and green-black, they also have many other varieties. Black mould is the most harmful and toxic of all. They usually grow in indoor spaces and are hazardous to health. Wherever these green-black moulds are present, there is a strong mouldy smell in that area. Black mould usually occurs as a result of floods containing black water with impurities. This flood means rainwater, sewage water, and seawater. In addition to flooding, black moulds are also grown due to moisture like other moulds. These moulds, especially the black ones, pose health risks. Delayed or immediate Reactions occur depending on the individual, but the health hazard is inevitable. Do you want to know the effects of black mould in detail? Here it is:

Toxic: Black mould is actually toxic to human health and has a number of harmful effects.

Reactions: The mould can have allergic reactions such as chest or nose congestion, asthma attacks, itchy or dry eyes, sneezing, infections, headaches or migraines, irritation, or tiredness.

Allergies: Outbreaks of allergies and other symptoms have also been reported in individuals, especially those with weaker immunity.

Severe Effects: Effects on children are more serious in nature.

Prolonged exposure: prolonged exposure causes severe breathing and respiratory problems.

Break down: Deteriorates even the hardest material, such as paint, drywall, wood, etc.

Damage: It also causes cosmetic damage and discolouration.

Identifying the black mould sometimes requires a professional's advice and assistance, so it's best to leave it to someone who knows the drill. Professional mould cleaners for black mould removal and remediation ensure that mould re-growth can be prevented for a longer time than before, so you are safe from further exposure.

What is the mould remediation process?

Moulds can really be very damaging to your structures and properties if they are not properly treated and cleaned in time. Over time, you will find that wood, drywall, and other building materials are weakened. Experts also suggest that exposure to fungi can cause allergies. In many cases, it also poses serious health risks. Now that you have read about some problems with mould and its harmful effects, there is a procedure to fix them called Mould Remediation. Our professional remediation process in Christchurch begins with an initial assessment and a free quote. After the initial process, we repair the moist or damp area and remove the materials that contain moulds. In this way, the affected area is restored to its original state.

1. Repair the source of moisture

In most cases, the source of water and dampness is always the primary source of mould. If the dampness of the area is constant, mould growth is bound to increase over time. Whether it is a simple leak or permanent condensation, the source must be identified and repaired.

2. Treatment of Mould

Mould can be successfully removed when the water issue is sorted. To completely solve the water problem, leaking materials, including wood, carpet, drywall, etc., need to be replaced and disposed to prevent further growth of mould. If the mould growth is too severe to deal with, you may need to disconnect from the area forever.

3. Cleanse and deodorize

After ensuring mould removal, we professionally rinse, clean, and deodorize any dirty or leaking items such as textiles, furniture, clothing, and related materials to remove any possible mould residue. By using a reliable air filtration equipment, we ensure to reduce the re-occurrence of mould.

4. Restore

The last step is the mould remediation. This process encompasses reconstructing the affected region to bring it back to its original state. This can include installing new tiles, drywall, painted walls, new carpets, etc. In case of seriousness, it may be mandatory to completely replace the bathroom vanities, kitchen cabinets, countertops, etc.

Why should you opt for professional mould cleaners?

Mould cleaning services from professionals like CleaningPro are always reliable. Treating mould on your own will be limited to bleaching the area that hardly cures the symptoms of the fungus growth. Mould is likely to come back sooner. CleaningPro has a team of mould remediation experts in Christchurch who ensure the permanent riddance from both mould and water. CleaningPro provides high-quality and reliable mould treatment, even when it comes to removing black mould or other types of mould remediation in Christchurch. Here are some reasons to always rely on CleaningPro:

  1. 24-hour emergency service
  2. Free estimates
  3. Experienced and professional cleaners
  4. High-quality equipment and innovative techniques
  5. Turnaround time of 30 minutes
  6. Insured and licensed team members

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Whether it's black mould or even mould symptoms, don't wait for it to spread and cause harm to you and your family. Call the reliable Mould Removal team from CleaningPro now. Our team identifies the root cause of the problem and will provide a quick, professional mould remediation service in Christchurch as soon as possible.

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