Mould removal treatment Meath, Cavan Dublin, Louth and Mullingar
Here are a few questions we are asked about Mould:
Is mould dangerous to your health?
How do I treat mould?
I have mould around my windows?
Is it condensation causing the mould?
Why does mould keep coming back?
There are many more questions but for now we will answer these few.
Is mould dangerous to your health
Firstly there are many different types of mould. In fact there are over 100,000 types but most are not bad for your health and are part of the world we live in. They have been there for a very long time. So if you see mould in Dublin it is probably descended from an ancestor a lot older than us. Mould in Meath or Cavan or anywhere else needs certain things to thrive and that is a food source such as grime around a window or dust mites in your carpet or any organic food source that is left in the dark and damp. Once this is there it will thrive so lets get rid of it. Why? because if it is not in the forest or helping the woodland and nature as it is meant to it is growing where it will to be good for your health. Even if the mould is not damaging for your health the conditions it thrives in are damaging you. That is why treating mould in Ireland is all about changing the environment where it thrives and that alone will help prevent further health problems.
Recent photo of mould in Meath
How do I treat mould
Mould treatment varies according to the level of mould in your property. Mould is there for a reason and it may not be apparent dampness will be a major factor and this is what must be treated first. Stop damp problems and you are halfway to treating mould in your home. We at Timber care Ltd use a damp treatment kit that treats the mould by stopping the spores from rising and spreading. Then we clean away the mould and apply a mould inhibitor that is mixed with paint. This is the most effective way to remove all mould from your home. Recently on a mould removal in Meath we used several kits as the mould was quite extensive and difficult to get to but with perseverance we managed to eradicate all mould from the house in Meath
I have mould around my windows
Mould around windows is very common and easy to treat. This is usually due to condensation on the windows and where the reveals have a cold spot. We at Timber Care Ltd measure what we call the dew point which indicates the level comparable with the relative humidity where condensation can occur and therefore combined with the right factors mould will grow. Once we know this we get to work removing the mould and with our mould removal expertise we guarantee a complete clean up of mould. Many of our mould inspections in Cavan appear to be of this nature where condensation around the windows in Cavan is quite common. We recommend a thermal plaster that is breathable and a breathable insulating paint as part of our treatment for mould. Raising the temperature of the window reveals will help greatly in reducing the possibility of mould growth.
Photo of mould in Cavan
Is it condensation causing the mould
Condensation is a huge factor in helping mould to grow. Dealing with the condensation problem will effectively alleviate the mould problem but you must still clean away and remove any mould then follow up with good sound advice to keep it at bay.
Why does mould keep coming back
Mould may keep coming back in some circumstances because the underlying factors that allow mould to grow were not dealt with effectively or were not instituted in the first place. Timber care ltd service a full programme of mould removal that completely eradicated the mould but you as a homeowner have responsibility in ensuring you maintain your property to a good healthy level where you as occupants can remain healthy. If you do this then the mould will not come back. We help you with this through a complete informed step by step package for each individual property from inspection to mould removal to after care service and advice.
Call the mould experts here at Timber Care Ltd and let us deal with the mould problem
085 855 5897/ 049 851 6952