29% of householders complain of mould

A recent survey from the Energy Saving Trust (EST) has revealed that 44% of UK householders are living in a draughty home.   Approximately 38% said they had a condensation problem and 29% said they were living with mould. The Trust said that more could be done to prevent draughts, condensation and mould problems.

Mould is classed as a category one risk to health under the Housing Health and Safety Rating System 2000, placing it in the same category as asbestos. The Environmental Protection Act (1990) classifies mould as a statutory nuisance that must be treated, so if you think your property is exhibiting signs of mould and damp it is worth calling in specialists for a professional damp diagnosis.

Finding a specialist mould removal service

Rainbow International is one of the UK’s leading experts in diagnosing the causes of damp and condensation, which can lead to mould. Rainbow’s network of highly qualified technicians  will combine a full damp diagnosis process with a plan for remedial action, along with a mould removal programme.

Rainbow’s technicians will perform  a comprehensive risk assessment and will then carry out a survey and scope of works to identify the possible causes of damp, condensation and mould.

Following this, a full report will be issued, providing a detailed analysis of the causes and proposing a course of remedial action. When approved, our expert team will get straight to work.

If you would like to know more about Rainbow’s damp diagnosis and mould removal services, contact your local Rainbow branch or call Rainbow’s 24/7 national helpline on01623 422488.

Rainbow International has a network of more than 70 multi-personnel, multi-vehicle franchises. The network provides fire damage restorationflood restoration and accidental damage restoration, damp diagnosis, mould removal and specialist commercial cleaning services to domestic and commercial clients. It is used by the UK’s top insurance companies and all major loss adjusters as well as many commercial organisations.

Source:  http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/news/cold-draughty-mouldy-damp-what-uk-public-think-about-their-homes

08/05/15