Our 2 Part Process Removes 99.99% of all Mould & Airborne Spores
Our highly trained technicians use an effective 2 part mould removal process that’s proven to remove 99.99% of all visible mould, airborne spores & related odours, leaving your home in a mould neutral state. Book your free inspection, or learn more below.
Part 1: Remove All Visible Mould
First, our highly trained technicians will remove all visible mould from contaminated surfaces in your property. This includes all the common areas like ceilings, walls, showers, cornices, windows and doors. But can also involve removing mould from your clothes & furniture, to your air conditioner unit.
Part 2: Antimicrobial Misting Treatment
To effectively remove mould and stop it from coming back, all airborne mould spores must be eliminated. After removing all visible mould, we apply our unique microbial indoor sanitising treatment using an electronic ULV machine. This leaves your property in a mould neutral state. The process eliminates 99.99% of all mould spores and odours related to mould.
We Dont Just Remove the Mould, We Help You Prevent it Coming Back
At the conclusion of your treatment, you’ll also receive a Mould Management and Prevention Plan tailored to your home or workplace. Our technicians will provide you with detailed guidelines and recommendations to prevent mould from returning.
Our Free Inspection Process Makes it Easy
Getting rid of mould doesn’t have to be difficult and time-consuming. Simply fill out our free inspection form, we’ll organise a suitable time to meet at the property at your earliest convenience and our technicians will take care of the rest.
Reach Out To Us
Call, email or submit a website form and one of our friendly staff will contact you to schedule a convenient time for your inspection.
We’ll arrive on time to complete thorough visual inspection, record moisture and humidity readings, and identify moisture sources and the likely cause of the mould.
Report & Quotation
We will generate an image based report specific to your property, provide treatment recommendations and an affordable quotation to remove the mould.
All our technicians pass ‘The Mum Test’
We get it, between the hazmat suits and the high-tech equipment, mould removal can be confronting. That’s why all our technicians pass ‘the Mum Test’. So, if we wouldn’t send them to our Mum’s home, we won’t send them to yours. All of our technicians are friendly, presentable, professional and punctual with an expert eye for detail. So you can feel safe and comfortable during your property inspection.
We Can Remove Even the Most Stubborn Mould
But don’t take our word for it, the results speak for themselves. Drag the slider from the photos below to see our results.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’ve found mould, chances are you have some questions. Here are some we hear every day.
Yes. When left untreated, mould will continue to spread throughout the home, severely disrupt air quality and be harmful to you and your family. It is known for causing respiratory discomforts such as coughing, sneezing and wheezing as well as resulting in skin, throat, sinus and eye irritations. Children, elderly family members and those with allergies or compromised immune systems are particularly at risk of mould exposure.
As a natural part of our ecosystem that feeds off moisture, it is almost impossible to permanently remove mould from the home. In saying this, the best way to minimise mould growth is to keep all areas of the house dry, ensure regular airflow throughout the home and clean any spills or water damage promptly. That’s why when we treat your home from mould, we give you a tailored Mould Management & Prevention Plan providing recommendations to prevent mould from coming back.
Mould loves moisture, so the best way to prevent mould growth in the home is to keep areas of the home clean and dry. Opening windows, regular air circulation, using ventilation fans and cleaning spills, condensation and grime are the most effective ways to inhibit mould growth.
If your home has suffered from flooding or severe water damage, we recommend disposing any damaged furnishings and belongings to prevent mould from growing and spreading. If you live in naturally humid climates, ensure that you run a dehumidifier to control moisture levels in the air or run your air-conditioner to ‘dry mode’.
Odd, musty or damp smells are usually the first sign of mould growing in the home, even if you can’t see it. Look out for moisture or condensation build-up, leaking pipes, or a bulging or discolouration appear on painted walls. If there is severe mould damage behind the walls, it can also cause paint to crack and peel off.
Because mould usually grows in dark, damp places, be weary of leaking or water damage behind walls, roof spaces, attics, basements, under flooring or crawl spaces. Mould takes as little as 48 hours to grow and spread before you notice any visible signs. If you notice mould spreading or notice a damp smell, book your free inspection and we’ll take care of the rest.
There are hundreds of DIY remedies available to try to get rid of mould in the home. But these only provide a temporary solution, allowing the mould to return again. At-home treatments may work on small spotting in-between bathroom tiles, but for mould patches any bigger than the size of your hand will need professional removal. If not, the mould will continue to spread around the home, eating its way through furniture, belongings, and walls. At MouldMen, we don’t just remove the mould, we target the cause of the problem and provide informed recommendations to help prevent mould from returning after treatment.
Mould removal can be stressful enough, so we make it easy for you to prepare for our arrival. All you have to do is open the blinds, put food away, move any furniture away from the affected area and take your pets with you. It’s that simple. We’ll take care of the rest.
Mould Resources & Expert Guides
We understand mould like the back of our hand. That’s why we have an extensive database of resources and guides on all things mould. Learn more below.