Do Pure Maintenance Use Chemicals?
Perhaps you've noticed a patch of black mould growing as a result of a recent leak or condensation problem. Or maybe you have a wider spread mould problem or health symptoms that would indicate the presence of airborne mould and mycotoxins in the home. If you're exploring the services offered by mould removal and decontamination companies, you're likely curious as to the safety of the specialist mould treatment they use. Below we discuss the safety of our own mould remediation technology and specialist mould cleaning services.
If you're aware of the toxic properties and byproducts of household mould, then you're highly likely to want to identify a non-toxic treatment to resolve the problem. After all, why replace the toxic agents of the mould with toxic chemicals? At Pure Maintenance UK, we're proud of our non-toxic treatment process. As a heath-first mould decontamination and removal company, we're extremely conscientious with regard to the substances we use to eradicate the mould. We fog two non-toxic chemical compounds into the home as one part of a wider treatment plan: our sterilant, InstaPURE and our anti-microbial film, EverPURE.
Our 'dry fog' is the means by which we eradicate any household mould and render it inert, meaning it can be removed safely in addition to stopping it from coming back. It's important to note, however, the fogging is just a part of a wider treatment plan. All our technicians are Dew Point professionals. This means they understand how the delicate balance of humidity, air temperature, surface temperature, structural integrity, air pressure and ventilation combine to cause mould growth. When we remediate your mould problem, we tailor our approach to take into account all of the variables within your home: