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Mould Causation, Prevention & Remediation

Mould, fungus, fungi, mildew, mold and toxic black mould are all different names for the visible growth of fungus in an environment.

Despite having many different names, the cause of mould growth is always the same – moisture or dampness in a place where it should not normally be, resulting in mould being able to grow.

It can be incredibly unsightly, and can also produce musty, mouldy odours – both of which can be very off-putting and an annoyance for those using or working in an affected area, and sometimes have adverse effects on health.

Mould can be particularly troublesome in northern Australia in the wet season and in the cooler parts of the country in the winter.

Download our latest whitepaper: Mould Causation, Prevention & Remediation to learn more.


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