Safe & Effective Mould Removal & Remediation Services
Mould Removal For Letting Agents, Housing Associations, Landlords, Tenants and Home Owners.
We follow international standards set by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification as well as Surviving Mould Group.
✔️ANSI IICRC S520 - IICRC Mould Remediation
✔️ IICRC Accredited
Aidens can remove mould from your home and help prevent it from returning.
Mould Surveys & Testing
Aidens can provide full home inspections and also provide mould testing.
Aidens can remove all airborne contamination from your home. All non-toxic soution.
We are proud to say we follow international standards set by the IICRC having certified in both ‘Water Damage Restoration’ and ‘Applied Microbial Remediation’.
REMOVE VISIBLE MOULD
BLACK MOULD REMOVAL
Professional and affordable mould removal & mould remediation services
Mould can quickly spread throughout your property. Attempting quick fixes with products like bleach will only aggravate the problem and pose a health risk for anyone living in the property. Mould left untreated can cause respiratory issues and damage your home.
Mould commonly hides inside walls and relies on moisture to grow and colonize. Sometimes you can see it on walls or ceilings, but often it grows undetected.
Frequently Asked Questions
In some cases, prolonged exposure to mould can be harmful, especially for the elderly, infants or asthmatics as well as those with skin and respiratory problems. Mould produces allergens but some forms can also release mycotoxins that can aggravate respiratory conditions. It can also cause fatigue, headaches and breathing difficulties if left untreated. For more information on Mould and Health read this from the NHS.
What causes mould?
Some of the leading reasons why mould occurs are:
- High humidity
- Lack of ventilation
Mould develops in environments with a lot of moisture, so is often caused when windows are not opened during heat emitting activities. Similarly, when your property floods or leaks, mould has the right conditions to form.
Once the mould spores are airborne, they will spread through the air quickly. Once you have identified signs of growth, you should get the issue remediated promptly to protect the health of you and your loved ones.
Some signs you may have mould in your property are:
- Suffering an allergic reaction
- Noticing that your asthma has been triggered
- Visible mould on walls/surfaces
- Presence of damp
In a lot of cases you may have visible mould, however you also may have mould but it may be invisible. If you have a leak inside the walls, mould may take a long time to present itself. Sometimes it can take years if the leak is very minor.
By the time an internal leak becomes visible on the interior surface of a wall, ceiling or a floor area, it has already taken a substantial hold on the hidden side of the surface.