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Why book mould removal through Airtasker?
Got mould? It’s important to remove any mould in your home ASAP because some types of mould can be dangerous for you, your family, and your pets. But removing mould can be a time-consuming task that requires special methods to effectively kill the mould (and avoid spreading it to other areas). That’s why it’s important to hire a mould removal professional who has the right equipment and experience to safely and permanently remove mould from your home.
You’ll find professional mould removers on Airtaskers who are experienced in removing all types of mould from a variety of surfaces, finishes, and fabrics - even invisible airborne mould. Simply post your task, choose the best person for the job, and get your mould gone for good!
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Top Mould Removal related questions
How do you identify mould in your home?
The easiest mould to spot is called mildew. This appears in black clusters that spread and discolour surfaces. You may also notice a musty smell when there is mould in your home, which may be caused by invisible mould spores.
What are the dangers of mould?
Mould can trigger allergies, especially in people with weak immune systems or pre-existing conditions, like asthma. When mould is airborne in your home, you’re at greater risk of respiratory infections.
Should you clean up mould yourself?
Most off-the-shelf mould cleaners only fade/bleach mould without removing it, which means it’ll usually come back. When you work with a professional to remove mould, they use the right safety equipment, top quality products, and provide a more permanent solution.
How do professionals remove mould?
Professional mould treatments usually involve using a solution that’s safe and effective. Other techniques include steam cleaning and fogging or gas treatments.
Can you sell or rent a house with mould?
While there aren’t any specific laws regarding selling homes with mould, it’ll be much harder to find a buyer and get a good offer if there are signs of mould in a property that’s for sale. In rented homes, it’s the landlord’s responsibility to ensure the property is kept in a reasonable state of repair, meets health and safety requirements, and repairs are undertaken in a timely manner.
How much does it cost to remove mould?
The average cost of hiring a mould removal expert on Airtasker is $50-$350. The price will usually depend on the type of mould that’s growing, the treatments required, and the number of rooms and surfaces that need treating.
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What does a mould cleaning service include?
A mould removal expert will assess your home or commercial property for visible mould and test for airborne spores. Next they’ll take appropriate measures to permanently remove your mould. Here’s what you can expect, depending on the type of mould removal service you need:
Black mould removal
Black mould (or mildew) is the most common type of mould you’ll find in your home. It appears as black clusters that spread if not removed. Your mould removal specialist will look for it in damp areas, like your bathroom ceiling or in the shower. They’ll use products that permanently remove mildew from surfaces in your home, rather than just lighting or bleaching it.
Fabric mould removal
Mould on your couch, curtains, or clothes can be tricky to get out on your own, especially if you don’t want to cause permanent damage. Your mould removal expert will assess the type of mould that’s growing, before choosing products that will work to remove it without damaging your upholstery or clothing. In some cases, they may use an industrial steam cleaning system to kill the mould, but they may also use other products to remove the mould and prevent regrowth.
Carpet mould removal
Mould can build up in your carpets. Even if you can’t see it, your carpet may have mould if it starts to smell musty. Carpet cleaning can remove mould from your carpeted areas (and provide other benefits, too). Your mould removal expert will likely use a steam-cleaning system on your carpets, before using a special mould inhibitor to treat the affected areas and stop it from coming back.
Air purification Finally, if you suspect there’s an issue with air quality - particularly if your home is damp, humid, or lacking in airflow - you can call in a mould removal expert for help. They’ll test the air quality in your home and check for invisible mould spores in the air. They’ll use a gas or fogging treatment to remove active mould spores from your air. Plus, they’ll clean your air conditioning unit to remove any built-up mould and stop it from circulating. Air purification not only removes mould, but can help control odours and prevent respiratory infections and allergies from poor quality air.