What we do

We remove the mould that you can see, as well as the spores you can’t. Mould spores reproduce so quickly that leaving any spores behind can mean your building will soon be infested again.

To tackle this infestation, we provide a thorough service, with promising results that will keep your establishment mould free for longer.

Our mould removal process focuses on identifying the cause of the problem and providing recommendations to find a permanent solution for our valued customers.

As part of the mould removal process, we extract water and moisture from the most common places where mould can develop including...

  • Bathrooms
  • Wallpaper
  • Tiles
  • Carpets
  • Ceilings
  • Wooden structures
  • Gyprock
  • Concrete Surfaces

How we do it

  1. Inspection – Our mould removal specialist team will help to identify the severity of the mould infestation using IICRC approved specifications to ensure all possible mould affected areas are identified and any hidden growths found.
  2. Removal – All visible mould is removed by hand from contained surfaces.
  3. Dry Out – We will dry out the infested areas and remove the moisture in the air to  prevent the mould from returning.
  4. Prevention – All clients are given a tailored and easy to follow plan to keep your property mould free.

What we use

  • We use environmentally friendly products supplied locally 
  • Moisture Testing Equipment
  • Turbo Hybrid 12" Hard Surface Cleaner
  • Industrial Duty Hepa Vacuum cleaners
  • Dehumidifiers

Our Commitment to You

Water Damage Restorations QLD offers a free no obligation inspection report that provides you with a detailed analysis and cause of the issue and a detailed quote for mould removal.

Our mould removal service achieves great and fast results and can usually be completed within one to two days.

We offer a 12 month guarantee that the mould will not return to the property, based on a reapplication of our sanitizing agents on a 6 monthly basis (including a management plan)  as long as all necessary repairs are made, and the recommendations are followed as outlined in the inspection report or we will come back and retreat the area free of charge.

We follow the current IICRC standard S500 procedures to the relevant types of water damage.