Causes of Black Mould on Walls

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Causes of Black Mould on Walls

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Black mould is infamous for its noticeable green-black appearance, toxic mycotoxin spores and an unpleasant musty smell. So if you notice it begin to grow on the walls around your…
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What Does Black Mould Smell Like?

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When black mould appears in the home, it’s hard to miss. Between its distinguishable black-green appearance and pungent, unpleasant smell, black mould can be inconvenient, hard to remove and dangerous.   Even if you can’t…

Is Black Mould Dangerous?

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Black mould is one of the most common mould types found in Australian homes. Their mycotoxin spores are known to infect humans and cause serious health problems with overexposure to…

Causes of Black Mould

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Black mould (also known as toxic black mould) is one of the most well known toxic moulds and can cause respiratory discomfort and serious health problems.  Here is our helpful…
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What is Alternaria?

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With over 300 species, Alternaria mould can wreak havoc to crops such as vegetables, seeds and grains every year. Its most common species is Alternaria Alternata and thrives in damp…
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What is Acremonium?

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Acremonium is a common species of mould with the ability to grow both indoors and outdoors of the home and is also a known human pathogen. Read on to find…

What is Aspergillus?

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If you find mould in your home, chances are it’s from the Aspergillus genus. Aspergillus can withstand high temperatures and low moisture levels, making it one of the most common…

What is Aureobasidium?

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Aureobasidium is a classification of mould species (also known as a genus) that houses over 15 different types of mould.  Aureobasidium can be found all around the world either indoors…