Importance Of A Mould Inspection

Mould spores can’t be seen by the eye, though they travel in the air. Outside, the mould is essential to degrade other plant material, but inside mould is dangerous to your health and can cause allergic reactions, headaches, respiratory problems, and nausea. While all homes and businesses can incur mould when the spores are introduced to the air, and the conditions are right, you may not know it has been introduced into the home without getting a mould inspection.

A mould inspection does a lot more than you may think. For one, it checks to see if there is moisture in the building. You may not have mould in the building, but dark, damp, warm places within the building are the perfect place for mould development. The inspection can find leaks and moisture-rich areas of the place. Once armed with that information, you can remediate the issue at your earliest convenience to prevent damage and reduce your likelihood of getting mould.

Along with such, if you do currently have mould in the building, you can prevent it from spreading to other parts. Mould can spread quickly; it takes about 48 hours to grow and colonise. Therefore, you want to locate it and get it removed so that it doesn’t affect the health of your employees.

At SESA, they understand how important it is to keep your employees safe and healthy. You are responsible for them while they are working at your location, which means you need to give them a clean and safe place in which to work. Therefore, it is essential that a mould inspection is done regularly for your property to ensure that mould hadn’t started growing and hasn’t spread. Once you have the results, they can help you determine the right course of action.