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How ToMould
September 23, 2015

How to Inspect your Roof for Damage

Have you ever walked in to your home and felt a headache coming on, or rushing to open the windows? It’s natural to think of polluting cars and air pollution outside your home, but could it be something inside your home? Take a good look around your living room and…
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September 26, 2014

Causes and Symptoms of Mould Allergy

If you suffer from allergies all year through, or if the allergies worsen during the damp months (rainy and winter), then you may be suffering from mould sensitivities or allergy. The symptoms of mould sensitivities and allergy are similar to those of other allergies. Common mould allergy symptoms are coughing,…
How ToMould
February 27, 2014

How do I get rid of Mould Naturally?

The wet season’s over and you decide to take out that bag you stashed away, but then you’re shocked to see it’s covered in mould. This can be quite a hassle, and then there’s also all that unwanted mould that finds a home clinging to your bathroom walls and cupboards.…
How ToMould
December 19, 2013

What Does a Dehumidifier Do?

Water enters buildings both as a liquid and as a gas known as water vapour. Some of the water evaporates and joins the water vapour that is exhaled by building occupants. Water vapour may move into the building through gaps, cracks and openings in the building envelope, the mechanical ventilation…
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June 26, 2013

Rising Damp Solutions

What rising damp is and how to manage it Ground and surface water accumulate naturally at the lowest point, mainly due to inefficient drainage. In this post you will learn more about rising damp solutions and how to utilize them. The presence of unwanted dampness can be located in building…
How ToMould
March 20, 2013

How Do I Get Rid of Mould and Mildew?

What is Mould and Mildew? Mildew is a type of fungi or mould that can invade your home by growing on your walls, ceiling and floors. It grows on many types of material found in your home such as your carpet, insulation, wallpaper, wood, tiles, windows, curtains and so on.…
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