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Mould Air Data Monitoring

The only way to find out humidity mould problem in your property

Analysing data

7 days Onsite Air Data Monitor

Introduce the latest technology in the fight against mould. We are offering site monitoring of air data capturing relative humidity and temperature. 

Data logger will be installed onsite for a period of 7 days with data recorded every 30 minutes.

Relative Humidity and Temperature is a key component for identification of possible problems in the property. 

Professional reporting and analysis is completed at the end of the project and provided to clients.

 The importance of monitoring relative humidity to prevent mould

Mould can cause adverse health affects on some people, so it's essential to remove it as soon as possible. But how do you know if you have mould, and what's the best way to get rid of it?


Monitoring relative humidity is a great way to find out if you have mould, and it can also help you create a plan for mould removal. Here's how it works:


Mould grows best in humid environments, so by monitoring the relative humidity in your home, you can get a better picture of what level of humidity is in your property over a period of 1 week. With the result you can look at ways where you can reduce the humidity to prevent mould growth. Our mould men on the field will collect the data logger and download it onto an iPad for analysis. 


If you find mould, the next step is to create a plan for removal. This plan should involve reducing the humidity in your home and cleaning and disinfecting all areas that are affected by mould. Its best to contact one of our mould experts or some people call them the mould doctor because they are so good at what they are doing.


By monitoring relative humidity and creating a plan for mould removal, you can protect your health and home.


What is Mould?

Mould is a fungus that will grow when the humidity level in the environment is getting towards the 70%. Mould thrives in damp, humid conditions and can spread quickly through a building or home. Mould can make some people really sick especially respiratory infections, allergies and asthma.


Monitoring relative humidity is essential to prevent mould growth. Maintaining indoor relative humidity below 60% can help to prevent mould growth. Use a humidifier or dehumidifier to keep the indoor relative humidity at an ideal level. Check for mould growth regularly and clean mouldy surfaces immediately.


What Causes Mould?

Mould can cause various building problems, including structural damage, sick building syndrome, and negative impacts on air quality. Mould growth is often spurred by high relative humidity levels, providing the moisture that moulds need to thrive. As such, it's essential to monitor relative humidity levels in buildings to prevent mould growth. By keeping relative humidity levels in check, you can help prevent mould growth and the problems that it can cause. There are tools to check and control of humidity, including using a hygrometer, monitoring the temperature and humidity of the air, and using a dehumidifier.


How to Prevent Mould

To prevent mould you need to know how mould grow. Mould grow in damp or humid environments.


These are a few examples to help preventing mould from growing in your home:


-Monitor the relative humidity in your home. Mould thrives in humid environments, so keeping the air in your home dry will help to prevent it from growing.


-Fix any leaks or sources of moisture. Where there are water intrusion and prolonged exposure to water damage materials, mould will be able to grow.


-Ventilate your home. Good ventilation will help to keep the air in your home dry and will

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