The medical community accepts that inhalation of mould spores and mould material (fragments of mould bodies) can trigger allergic reactions in sensitized individuals but the health issues associated with indoor mould and bacterial in damp buildings are real and greater than just allergenic reactions.
There are many diseases linked with mould such as
Generally mould will occur following an event such as a storm, burst pipe, leaking, prolonged dampness ect..
If signs of mould such as smell and visible signs of staining occur EnviroX recommends a mould inspection to determine the health risks associated with the microbiological infection. A Microbiological Inspection will asses multiple factors by collecting moisture readings, surface samples and air samples. From this criteria EnviroX will come up with conclusions and recommendations that fit the site.
Microbiological Clearance Report
Following mould remediation and removal EnviroX recommends a Microbiological Clearance inspection (VERY IMPORTANT). This clearance inspection will determine if the mould removalist/ restorers have completed their job to a satisfactory standard. This can be very difficult to assess without samples as mould contamination that may cause a health risk can be invisible to the naked eye. Very often a consultant will attend a site and the area can appear to be clean with no odour and then high results are returned from the sampling which states that a health risk may develop if left unmanaged.