Watch for Mould

If you or a family member is experiencing allergies it could be caused by mould in your home or workplace. Common reactions to mould include sneezing, sore eyes and a runny nose or nasal congestion.

Possible Signs You Have a Mould Problem
Mould Odour – the mould could be hidden in your home so you may need to search it out.
• Condensation – notice water buildup on your windows could be the perfect environment for mould growth
• Appearance of Mould – some mould is obvious but may be very small around windows, bathroom corners or under your flooring
• Signs of Water Damage – watch for water stains on walls, floors or ceilings in your house.
• Small Water Leak – water leaks could be hidden allowing mould to grow freely
• Poor Ventilation – if you have no air flow in a room mould can take a hold on anything in the room including furniture, clothing, flooring, curtains and material objects
• Peeling paint – if moisture is building up paint can start to bubble or peel off
• Warped boards could be a sign of water damage and possible mould growth
• Leaking Roof or Attic – check for water damage in attic and ceiling. You may have a cracked tile and a leaky roof
• Past Flooding – this can cause mould build up behind walls, under flooring or behind boards.

If you notice signs of mould in your home then you should consider having a Mould Inspection done by Stutters Disaster Kleenup.   Using infrared technology we can pin point moisture sources in your home that could be the cause of your mould.

Upon receiving your call, an emergency technician will be dispatched to your home or property immediately to begin the remediation process. Our technicians are highly trained professionals with the experience and knowledge to combat any property disaster situation.

We are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to better serve you.  Call Toll Free 1-877-763-1540.


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