How to Prevent Mould on Ceiling
You know what they say, “Prevention is better than the cure.” This quote is particularly accurate when it comes to dealing with mould on ceiling issues. Mould on ceiling issues can quickly escalate if not kept in check. From a tiny dark spot to a big splotch on your ceiling, mould can rapidly grow its size when the right conditions are met for its growth. When removing mould, the correct containment methods must be used because mould spores can easily spread to more areas of your house if the surface of the mould is agitated. To avoid this entire dilemma, there are several steps you can take to prevent mould from spreading on your ceiling.
Here are a few of our best tips:
While removing mould can be a major issue, especially when focussing on mould on ceiling issues, it may be beneficial for you to work with a professional mould cleaning service to fully remediate mould from your property in the long run!
Mould on ceiling issues can start from a very small dot then quickly grow into a large noticeable blotch making your air feel “stuffy” or “heavy.” Soon, your tenants, visitors and family start noticing these changes, and your property may not feel as welcoming as it once was. Don’t hesitate remediating these issues, there’s always a way to fix your mould issues.
At AllAces Cleaning and Restoration, our aim is to provide the best mould removal services available to you through our IICRC trained technicians and top-of-the-line equipment. We have mould removal Sydney and Brisbane CBD services along with greater area availabilities too! Have a chat with our friendly team and see how we can help you today.
If you would like to read more about our mould on ceiling cleaning processes, have a read here.
“What do your mould on ceiling cleaning processes include?”
Ans. We generally start this project by containing the mould to a specific area, then we work on the surface through use of eco-friendly chemicals and hydroxyls to eliminate microscopic mould spores. We use only the best techniques and tools to ensure moisture is maintained to a safe level so that when we do scrubbing or fully remediate the area, mould does not have a chance to come back.
“What causes mould on ceiling?”
Ans. Mould on ceiling can begin from a number of sources. What mould needs to thrive is a dark space, high humidity (potentially from leaks), and a lack of sunlight.
“Is black mould dangerous?”
There are several types of “black mould” which can have health effects ranging from mildly irritating to potentially dangerous. It’s always best to deal with mould no matter the colour as soon as it is noticed to prevent any future issues with it affecting your health.