Comprehensive cleaning and mould remediation, air purification and damp odour removal with a 24-month guarantee.
We’re leading experts in mould remediation and black mould removal with our highly experienced technicians being accredited by leading UK organisations such as Dewpoint and IOSH. Our service is comprehensive and involves mould identification, cleaning & drying, plus odour removal and aftercare.
Our complete cleaning and remediation service removes all traces of mould from your property, from leaks, humidity and condensation. This reduces respiratory exposure and prevents health and safety issues in commercial and residential settings.
We work for commercial and residential sectors, including businesses, retail, local authorities, estate agents, landlords, healthcare and leisure centres.
Our industry-leading equipment enables us to investigate and rectify the source of mould growth effectively. Our professional technology includes:
- HEPA Air Scrubber
This portable filtration system works by removing airborne mould spores to improve the quality of the air.
- Moisture meter
Our state-of-the-art moisture meters allow us to see where there are damp areas using infrared technology.
- Professional dehumidifiers
Our industry-leading dehumidifiers are fitted with hygrostat, allowing us complete control over the drying process.
Working for multi-national, national and independent companies, governmental and non-governmental organisations, our experience spans agencies, commercial, emergency services, education, factories, food, film and TV, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, leisure, local authorities, manufacturing, property & retail.
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Frequently asked questions
Do you treat the mould spores in the air as well as the visual mould?
Yes. Our experienced technicians are able to treat the visible mould as well as airborne mould spores using our specialist air filtration systems.
What causes mould formation?
- Leaks can cause mould to form by providing the necessary moisture, darkness and organic material. Mould will also grow in areas where there is a lack of air circulation. Mould spores are present in the air and when they land on a surface that is wet, they will start to grow.
Condensation and humidity
- Condensation and humidity can also lead to mould growth. Warm, moist air holds more water content than cool, dry air. If you have too much humidity in your home or workplace, mould can begin to grow on a variety of surfaces - from hardwood floors and walls to paper. Mould may even grow on porous materials such as carpets and fabric.
- One of the most common causes of mould growth in buildings is rising damp. Rising damp is a problem that occurs when water rises up through the foundation or wall of a building, often as a result of poor drainage or breached damp proofing. This can cause mould to grow on the walls and ceilings, as well as on furniture and other belongings that are in contact with mould damaged surfaces
- Rising damp is a common problem in older buildings, where the water table is high or there are cracks in the damp proofing membranes. As the water rises up through the foundation and walls of the building, it can cause mould to grow on the walls and ceilings. This type of mould often appears as black or green patches and can be difficult to remove with traditional methods.