Croydon Mould Removal and Remediation

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Has your home in Croydon been suffering from damp, condensation or water damage lately? Then mould could be starting to appear on the walls, floors ceilings etc. They are known to grow where water is present and has been known to cause health problems. Allergens produced by the spores have been known to cause allergic reactions, especially in those with weakened immune systems and the elderly. Exposure to these allergens, due to inhaling or coming into direct contact with them, has been known to cause severe reactions.

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Croydon is the largest London borough by population and has been going through a regeneration that has resulted in thousands of new flats and tall residential towers such as the pink-and-purple Saffron Square Tower. One of the most anticipated developments Croydon has seen which recently opened next door to East Croydon station is Boxpark Croydon which is home to modern street food restaurants, bars that serve refreshing drinks, craft beer and fine dining restaurants.

According to the Croydon Council, the new Housing Health & Safety Rating System (HHSRS) came into effect for England and then later on for Wales on the 6th April 2006. It is a tool that is used to assess the potential hazards and risks to the health and safety of occupants living in residential properties. This replaces the Housing Fitness Standard set out in the Housing Act of 1985.

We understand the local area of Croydon and have a professional team of experts who have seen their fair share of condensation related problems around the Croydon area. With several years of professional experience, our team has seen every type of damp related problems. Contact us today.

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Is Mould Removal the Same As Remediation?

Removal is the removing of mould from all visible sources whereas remediation removes them while identifying its source of growth.

Black Mould Remediation In Croydon

Black mould removal and remediation in Croydon is done by our trained specialists using the safest and most effective practices of remediation, extraction and removal. The houses and structures in Croydon are known to have this problem especially during the hot damp months of London.

The presence of this substance in your home is a sign that you have a serious issue which can put your family at risk. Contact us immediately for every type of testing, examination, avoidance services and removal, throughout Croydon and the surrounding areas.

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Concerned about your families health? Call one of our Croydon remediation experts on xxx-xxx-xxx for a free quote and sound advice. If you’re viewing this website on your mobile phone, simply click the phone icon to call.

Where are we located?

We currently have professional mould remediation experts serving north, south, east and west Croydon. With key strategic locations throughout London, we’re able to service many areas and the surrounding suburbs. Get a free quote today.

Do supermarket products work?

Bleaches and off the shelf treatment products, actually remove the colour to mask the problem but fail to treat inside the building materials.

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What are moulds?

Wallpaper black mould removal in Croydon.

The common term is microorganism fungi. There are a few thousand different types that have been discovered, and many are still unidentified. The known species exceed hundreds of thousands and new species of fungi are being discovered all the time.

The spores which are produced by the mould are capable of surviving in harsh conditions not normally suitable for their growth. Any toxic substance produced by the fungi is called mycotoxin.

Health Issues of mould exposure in your Croydon home

Exposure to the toxins has been known to produce serious health consequences. Exposure is based on:

  • quantity of spores in single events
  • chronic exposure of lower spore counts but over longer periods of time. If you live in a contaminated home the fact that you are living there and sleeping there may cause chronic exposure.

Why is mould a health hazard?

They are known as the earth cleaning system where it is always present and waiting to digest organic materials and dead cellulose. Majority of homes in Croydon are made of these materials in the form of plasterboard, wall paper, furniture, dust (which usually is dead skin) and clothing. Different moulds compete with each other and surrounding bacteria to live and grow and digest these dead materials. When being challenged by other organisms (including fungicides) they are then known to produce very potent toxins to fight off the competitors.

Some of their known colours are green, white & black all of which may pose a potential health risk if not remediated in an efficient and timely manner.

Mould and other fungi thrive easily in moist indoor environments. Spending too much time in these types of environments sometimes have been known to cause people to complain of headaches, respiratory effects, and other physical symptoms. In addition to being hidden or visible, damp spaces are a breeding ground for bacteria, dust mites, gasses, chemicals, gasses.

Our team of Croydon mould removal experts also covers these districts, Roundshaw, Purley Oaks, Selhurst , Sanderstead, South Croydon, Selsdon, Shirley, , South Norwood, Thornton Heath, Upper Norwood, Upper Shirley, Waddon, Woodcote, Woodside, Whyteleafe.

Croydon Condensation Control

Condensation is one of the most serious forms of dampness in regards to staying healthy. It can also damage wood, window frames, skirting boards, wooden floors and furnishings (causing them to rot) interior decorations and clothing.

The cause of condensation is warm, high humidity (moisture-laden air), which is unable to escape from the building. Aspergilla spp (black mould growth) will eventually appear in the corners of ceilings and walls, and behind furniture. A damp odour is sometimes noticeable in the building.

The lifestyle of the occupants has been known to be the cause of condensation. Our specialist will be able to advise you on methods of reducing moisture in the air; this may require a lifestyle change in daily activities.

It is important for you to know the source of your damp. Did you know that there is a difference between damp caused by:


This tends to get worse in cold weather.

Poor drainage.

This tends to get worse in wet weather.

Rising damp.

This tends to get worse in wet weather. This mostly affects rooms on the ground floor and is caused by water from the ground coming into contact with the walls and floors. The cause of this can either be

  • Failure of a damp proof membrane in older buildings (DPM).
  • Failure of a damp proof course (DPC)
  • Damp proofing was not done during the time of construction of the property.

Rainwater coming.

This tends to get worse in wet weather.

Defective plumbing.

Condensation will occur where there is little circulation of air and can be found on north-facing walls, near to or on windows, wardrobes, corners, in or behind the cupboards.

Our fast, and friendly mould solutions team is capable of managing any project, exceeding customer expectations with the skill and experience our clients have come to expect.

Scope of Some Of Our Mould Services in Croydon:

  • Residential and Commercial indoor air quality assessment.

  • Residential and Commercial fungal quality assessment.

  • Residential and Commercial inspections.

  • Sampling and assessment of indoor air quality.

  • Remediation protocol implementation and development.

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Our network of local, trusted professionals across London have decades of experience. They are among the very best when it comes to inspection, assessment and removal.

Some of the other districts we service for Croydon mould removal are Crystal Palace (Southwark,Lambeth, Lewisham and Bromley), Hamsey Green, Forestdale, Monks Orchard, Kenley, New Addington, Norwood New Town, Norbury, Pollards Hill, Old Coulsdon,  Purley.

London Borough of Croydon water damage and wood rot treatment

The mould remediation process in Croydon

  1. Inspection and Testing

Our team will diagnose the cause through a visual inspection and with the use of meters to test humidity and moisture.

Our technicians will give a detailed report with recommendations of realistic goals to prevent and reduce another outbreak.

  1. Correction Process

The removal process begins with removing and/or repairing the source that causes any form of moisture to be present such as leaking pipes, leaking roofs, leaking ceilings and subfloor water seepage.

  1. Removal

The removal process varies depending on the severity of each case

  1. Drying

After the removal process, our specialists will ensure that the affected area is properly dried. The drying process is very important because if the moisture remains, they will simply return. The mould treatment specialist will use dehumidifiers and air movers to dry out the building and ensure that the affected areas are completely dry.

  1. Prevention

It is time to make sure that the remediation and removal are permanent, which can only be achieved if the source of the problem has been rectified. Some of the steps that can be taken to help prevent recurrence in the future are:

  • Rising damp treatments
  • Draining improvements
  • Fixing of water leaks
  • Improving overall ventilation and airflow in the house

If you are worried about mould in your home or workplace, don’t hesitate to call xxx-xxx.

Did you know that when the growth is attacked it can in some circumstances release mycotoxin (a defence chemical)? These mycotoxins are one of the most toxic substances known and are used as reference points against other poisons.

The effects of the spores on your family and pets can be immediate or delayed. Common results of exposure include:

  • Irritation to the eyes,
  • Irritation to the nose
  • Irritation to the throat
  • Irritation to the skin
  • Irritation to the lungs.

Did you know that they will appear in the presence of excessive water that is stagnant?

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  • mould and mildew remover

  • mould remover for walls

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FAQ’s about Mould Removal in Croydon

Should I use a professional cleaning company or remove it by myself?

Mould and the spores that it produces are hazardous. If the area affected is less than 1-metre square and condensation is the cause, then you may be able to remove it by yourself. If it’s one metre squared or bigger or the result of sewage you will need to contact a professional remediation company in Croydon. If this is not dealt with effectively, completely and in a timely manner it can very quickly spread out of control presenting a serious health risk to the occupants of the house and causing costly property damage.

What are the conditions for mould to thrive in?

Conditions of excess moisture and poor ventilation, damp and especially if it is warm and humid will cause them to thrive. Its growth is not always in places that are visible to the naked eye. They can occur anywhere with excess moisture in places such as basements, under carpets, indoors or outdoors, attics, behind drywalls, ceiling tiles, paint, fabrics, wallpaper, upholstery and insulating material.

Signs that you might have a moisture problem in your home include:

  • Discolouration on walls, ceilings, floors in your house.
  • Water stains on walls, ceilings, floors in your house
  • Surface abnormalities such as bubbling or peeling
  • Signs of bubbling wallpaper or bubbling paint may indicate dampness.
  • A ‘musty’ odour smell.


We also service the following areas in Croydon Addiscombe, Addington, Beddington, Ashburton,  Broad Green, Coulsdon, Coombe.