Mould Inspection


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Why have a mould or damp survey?

If you see mould or damp in your house or property in Ireland there may be another problem elsewhere in your home. The solution is not always an obvious one and mould is often a symptom of a wider problem. A Damp and Mould survey can pinpoint the source of the damp and therefore the reason for the appearance of mould. We will also show you how to solve the problem which can often be solved very easily.

Mould is capable of growing on dry or painted walls as long as there is moisture in the air to sustain it, you would be surprised at how little moisture it needs! If you have mould that keeps appearing even after you clean it off your surface again and again then call us to find the source and show you how to stop the mould by fixing the problem not covering up the symptoms.

There are over 100,000 types of mould but generally only 23 which have been identified as possible health hazards and these all grow in damp homes. Some moulds are recognised as toxic but toxic moulds do not always produce toxins. All moulds are allergenic and it is generally accepted that exposure to higher than average mould levels can cause or trigger asthma in susceptible people.

We work with housing associations in Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare, Galway, Cork, Meath and Wexford as well as doing private mould & damp surveys. If you are a tenant and have mould or damp why not ask your landlord to contact us or call us for a second opinion.

If you are moving into a house and suspect that it has a mould or damp problem we can survey the entire property to ensure that it is not a long-lasting problem. If you are trying to sell your house but are having problems with mould or damp then call us to find the source.

We provide our clients with a comprehensive mould inspection and mould assessment including a thorough visual inspection, moisture testing, thermal imaging inspections, we consider contributing air quality factors including condensation and humidity and assess the impact of water damage, water leaks, plumbing leaks, rising damp, and roof and drainage problems.

Our non-invasive mould inspections includes the use of the latest equipment and methods to inspect properties across Ireland.

Mould is always related to moisture problems and identifying the contributing moisture source is the most important part of our inspection process.

Yes, if you have damp and mould you’re more likely to have respiratory problems, respiratory infections, allergies or asthma. Dampness is one of the most common causes of poor indoor air in homes in Dublin, Wicklow or Galway.

To cover our expenses the mould inspection fees: in Dublin area €150 only, rest of Ireland -from €180.

Please contact info@mouldbusters.ie for more info.

We know that mould can be very dangerous to human health, particularly black mould, this type of mould could be fatal.  It is often the root cause of many health issues such as allergies, asthma and other respiratory health issues. Mould growth spreads quickly and is fast in contaminating all surfaces and materials it touches, including clothing, furniture and other valuables.

Make sure you do not enter confined spaces with  mould build up, without the appropriate safety gear, as exposure could be toxic and dangerous to your health.

Beware of ” Free, No- obligation” assessments and quotes. Are they really Free? 

Unlike other surveyors we are independent from any building or damp proofing companies and are totally unbiased. This means our overall goal is to save you money by providing a solution that will solve your mould or damp rather than sell you a solution that may not work.

We provide our clients with a comprehensive mould inspection and mould assessment including a thorough visual inspection, moisture testing, thermal imaging inspections, we consider contributing air quality factors including condensation and humidity and assess the impact of water damage, water leaks, plumbing leaks, rising damp, and roof and drainage problems.  If you have hidden mould you can try our DIY kits, visit www.mouldcheck.ie for more info.