6 places to spot mould in your home
Mould Spores can grow on any organic surface. For growth, they require organic matter for food, moisture, warmth, and oxygen. Mould grows best in warm temperatures, and moist areas. When mouldy materials become damaged or disturbed, mould spores can be released into the air, causing exposure and the inhalation of spores.
Symptoms of mould in your home:
If you have recently had or currently suffer from
Symptoms of Mould exposure (itchy, watery eyes, runny/blocked nose, sore throat, sneezing, headaches, and respiratory issues)
If you are having any of these symptoms, check for mould in these areas.
Under or behind stored items
On the wall or floor next to the bathtub
Under the kitchen or bathroom sink
At the edge or bottom of windows
Spotting on ceilings / check the attic
What to look for:
Growth of Mould may present as discoloration in a range of colors including orange, green, brown, black.
It is recommended that you contact a certified professional immediately if you suspect your home has one or more patches of mould larger than 1 square meter, or stubborn mould that returns after cleaning. If you’re renting contact your landlord to report the mould right away.
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