Mould and Bacteria

Bacteria and mould contamination of indoor air is a serious problem because of the severity of human health implications.

The most common factors in the prolific growth are high humidity, water leaks, poor ventilation and condensation points in air conditioning.

Health problems caused by the mould predominantly affect the most vulnerable e.g. the young, old and those with reduced immune systems.

Moulds produce mycotoxins, which are toxic to humans and animals and allergic reactions may include fever, sneezing, runny nose, red eyes and skin rash.

Fungus and mould growth relies on water so future prevention relies on identifying and cutting off the source of moisture.

HazMat tests, removes the mould and remediates moisture/source of growth proliferation preventing mould developing in future.