Spring is a time of colour, joy and warmth, as we recover from winter and get ready for a new season. It is also well-known as a time for cleaning, which relates to the atmosphere, our bodies and our homes. Many homeowners welcome the season as time to get their cleaning routine back in order, and there is no better time to inspect your property for mould.
That is because this fungus can grow in many areas and it grows quickly when there is moisture in the air. After a wet and cold winter, it is likely that mould can grow on the roof, ceilings, walls, windows, floors, basement, furniture, insulation, air ducts and more. It can be identified by smell and sight, as it has a musty odour and looks furry, discoloured or slimey.
Mould needs to be prevented as it can cause damage to property and severe health reactions for those who may be allergic. Roof cleaning Woking is best to remove mould from the roof. To kill mould within the house, items such as bleach, vinegar, borax, ammonia, detergent, baking soda, and tea tree oil are useful in removing the fungus.
Depending on the amount of mould that is in your home, you may be able to take care of the situation yourself, or you may need the support of professional services. They will be able to use moisture detectors that can find any traces of mould growth around the home, and remove it properly.