Mould Contamination Blog Series

PureProtect’s Mould Contamination Blog

Water Damaged Buildings

Water Damaged Buildings Exposure to water-damaged buildings causes many health effects. The complex mixture of contaminants present in the air and in the dust of water damaged buildings form levels of toxicity that can lead to a variety of symptoms commonly known as...

10 Things You Must Know About Mould

10 Things You Must Know About Mould 1. All moulds are potentially a health hazard. Mould exposure symptoms include allergic reactions, asthma and other respiratory complaints. 2. Reactions to mould vary by individual. However, those most susceptible to mould exposure...

Leaking Kitchen Plumbing Leads to Mould Contamination

Leaking Kitchen Plumbing Leads to Mould Contamination Unresolved plumbing issues are a commonly seen cause of mould contamination. When kitchen plumbing leaks are not resolved or when water damaged materials are not removed and disposed of, extensive contamination can...

Mould Contamination of Household Contents

  Mould Contamination of Household Contents Transporting and storing household furniture and contents both domestically and internationally does come with a degree of risk of mould contamination, particularly when items are exposed to high levels of humidity for...

Mould contamination from failed waterproof membrane

Mould Contamination from Failed Waterproof Membrane When waterproofing membranes fail with age or when incorrectly installed, water penetration can occur and can be a common cause of mould growth when this moisture comes into contact with porous building materials...

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