Common Causes For Mould Growth

Inadequate ventilation can cause mould and bacteria to grow and accumulate in homes and offices and also unrepaired water leaks.

While our homes are now being built to be more energy efficient, they are now the perfect breeding grounds for bacteria due to lack of ventilation. Older homes naturally have higher counts of mould simply due to age.

Bacterial contaminants may breed in stagnant water that has accumulated in ducts, humidifiers and drain pans, or where water has collected on ceiling tiles, carpeting or insulation.

Heating and air conditioning systems can disperse pathergens (mould spores) all over the home.

Overgrown trees on the property can contribute to higher levels of indoor mould by not allowing natural UV sunlight in the home.

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