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Water Damage Restoration deals with mould threats in homes and businesses. Our specialised service targets health risks and structural issues from mould. With advanced tools, we conduct thorough assessments, precise removal, and preventive measures, emphasising health implications for safer spaces.

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15 Years Experience

Our team of experts have 15+ years of experience in flood restoration, water extraction, cleaning up after storm & rain damage and/or bursted plumbing pipes.

Fully Certified With The IICRC

We are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), ensuring that we provide professional water damage restoration.

An Approved Insurance Provider

Recognised by all major Australian insurance companies, ensuring swift, reliable services for seamless claim processing.   


Associated Services

If Mould Remediation is not what you are looking for, some of our associated services might be more applicable to your current water damage problem.


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What Is Mould And What Are It’s Risks?

Mould is a type of fungus which is found both indoors and outdoors. It has a major role in the ecosystem, decomposing dead organic material. Mould reproduces by producing spores (microscopic seeds). These spores float in the air and settle on surfaces. If they land on the right surface with the right nutrition and environment, mould can grow.

Indoors, mould can grow in wet or moist areas that don’t have enough ventilation. This can include walls, ceilings, bathrooms, tiles, carpets, insulation material and wood. When mould growth is severe it can cause structural damage to buildings. Mould can also grow on archive materials, including paper, parchment, leather and linen. It can also grow on the glues and chemicals on videos, film and CDs.

While mould is part of the natural environment, if left to grow uncontrolled it can be a health hazard.

Mould exposure can cause health problems. While most people are unlikely to be affected by mould, the risks are higher for people who have:

  • Allergy to mould
  • Asthma or lunch disease
  • Chronic disease such as diabetes
  • Low immunity

Health problems can include:

  • Respiratory infections
  • Irritation to the nose, eyes or throat
  • Skin rashes
  • Hypersensitivity pneumonitis


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How We Can Help With Mould Remediation

At Water Damage & Restoration Services on the Gold Coast, we possess the expertise and tools needed to effectively eliminate mould and reinstate a healthy living environment. Our team of specialists is thoroughly trained and equipped to tackle even the most persistent and obstinate mould issues, committed to delivering optimum outcomes for our clients.

We comprehend the seriousness and stress associated with mould problems, and we’re here to offer assistance. Whether you’re confronted with a small mould patch or a comprehensive infestation, we have the experience and expertise required to accomplish the task proficiently.

If you’re facing a mould problem, don’t delay – get in touch with Water Damage & Restoration Services today on the Gold Coast to arrange a consultation and discover more about our mould remediation services. We’re dedicated to aiding and ensuring our clients receive the best possible results.


Safety And Immediate Precautionary Measures

In the face of water damage, taking immediate action can prevent further harm and potential risks. Here are some steps you can take while waiting for professional help:

  • Electricity: Turn off the main power supply to avoid electrical hazards. Do not touch any electrical appliances or switches if they are wet or submerged.
  • Water Supply: If the damage is due to a burst pipe or leak, turn off the main water supply to prevent further flooding.
  • Move Valuables: Shift furniture, electronics, and other valuables to a dry area or elevate them to prevent water damage.
  • Avoid Contaminated Water: If the flooding is due to sewage backup or rising floodwaters, avoid contact as it may contain harmful bacteria and contaminants.
  • Ventilation: Open windows and doors to allow fresh air in, which can help in drying and reducing humidity.
  • Document Damage: Take photos and videos of the affected areas for insurance purposes. This will help in documenting the extent of damage for claims.
  • Stay Calm: While it’s natural to feel overwhelmed, staying calm and taking systematic steps can help in managing the situation better.