What Kills Mould? Mould on Ceiling, Furniture, and More
Mould can grow anywhere at anytime! The main question of today is the question-How is mould killed? While the short answer is that mould can be killed through a number of methods, chemicals, and materials, its spores and roots are not always so easily eliminated.
Some factors which determine the difficulty of killing mould are:
-The surface it’s growing on.
-How long it has been growing.
-The room provides a sustainable environment for mould to continue growing.
Let’s break this down. When mould cleaners generally come into an effected area, they will analyse the extent at which mould has spread. If mould is let to grow rapidly, mould cleaning can become a much more difficult task than initially anticipated. When dealing with mould removals, it’s important to know what type of surface it has latched itself onto. If the surface it has found is porous, you may require more than just a simple scrubbing solution. When mould finds a porous material to grow on, it can extend its roots out and find gaps to latch itself onto, so even when its top portion may be “killed” or wiped away, the roots will continue to allow for future mould growth.
Depending on how long the mould has been on its surface also determines how it should be removed. Most mould cleaners will remove mould with extra care as it can corrode a material that it has been laying on for a while. This type of mould needs to be killed with chemicals that do not harm your items, or materials in the process and may require several treatments before it’s fully removed.
As mould can grow nearly anywhere, this can make using the right tools difficult for its removal. While some surfaces such as walls can be easy to reach with a scrubber and chemical solutions, other surfaces such on ceilings can cause quite the hassle for its removal. To remove mould on ceiling, mould cleaners may have to use foggers, ladders and other specialised equipment to ensure mould on ceiling residue and traces are completely removed. At AllAces, our focus is to reach all the hardest areas with our professional mould removal Sydney and Brisbane services. We make sure to remediate these hard-to-reach areas through the use of a special machine called a hydroxyl generator. As mould spores and residue are microscopic, we chose a natural particle that has the capacity to eliminate these spores. Hydroxyls are known to reach even the tightest cracks and crevices otherwise unreachable, even dealing with all the mould on ceiling problems you can imagine. Have a read here if you would like to know more about our hydroxyl generators.
As mentioned, the answer to killing mould can come with multiple techniques, so there really is no one answer solution. Our focus is to use the best method for the correct time to truly optimise your end results.
At AllAces, our Brisbane and Sydney mould removal team are well-equipped and well-trained to suite all your mould removal needs. Whether you require mould on ceiling removals or just a simple inspection/scrub down, our team of mould removalists are more than happy to help you today!
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We’ll guarantee the best results as AllAces have been trusted since 1988, and our mould cleaners are all IICRC industry certified!
Our Mould cleaning Sydney and Brisbane services are located as follows:
Mould Cleaning Sydney Services location:
212/354 Eastern Valley Way, Chatswood, NSW 2067
Mould Cleaning Brisbane Services location:
4/8 Ives Street, Murarrie, QLD 4172
Don’t hesitate reaching out to our team as we are available 24/7!
How much do your mould inspections cost?
Ans. For our mould specialists to come over and inspect mould, we charge a base fee of $220. After that, we will then know exactly which mould removal techniques to use to solve all your mould infestation issues.
Which mould removal techniques does AllAces use to deal with its mould on ceiling issues?
Ans. We may employ multiple cleaning techniques for this type of job, from fogging to using hydroxyl generators to using chemicals like biosan. Usually, these types of jobs require time and careful attention.
What accreditations do your mould specialists have?
Ans. Our mould specialists are all IICRC certified to ensure your satisfaction is achieved every time you require our services.