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The presence of fungal spores and mould in the home or workplace can carry real health risks if left unresolved. Mould inside buildings can often be easily treated and prevented from returning, but with so many different types of moulds, fungi and bacteria it is worthwhile considering expert assistance.
When unexplained mould growth occurs inside the buildings we live and work in, it is essential to investigate exposure to mould and the spores produced, especially when the health of building occupants is at risk.
Having your indoor environment tested by our expert technicians at Xava Consultants can help to establish what types of fungal spores, moulds and bacteria are causing a problem, and how best to deal with it.
WHEN TO CARRY OUT MOULD INSPECTION
It is advisable to carry out mould inspection when you suspect you might have a mould problem in your property. It is strongly recommended to professionally inspect your property when you experience breathing difficulties (shortness of breath, tightness in the chest, respiratory irritation) or neurological difficulties (headaches, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea). If your house or office is already suffering from obvious signs of mould contamination, such as visible mould on walls or ceilings, then an inspection will identify and confirm the extent of the problem. We will provide recommendations around how to rectify the issue.
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