#Project Overview

Heavy mould was due to high moisture levels present behind the fridges, an area inaccessible until the fit out occured. Being left for so long, the mould had ample time and a conducive environment to grow along 15m of wall. 

 

Mould growth along the wall

Mould growth along the wall

Heavy mould growth

Heavy mould growth

#Mould Remediation Process:


  • NLR technicians put on the appropriate PPE gear to protect themselves during the mould remediation process. 
  • Containment barriers to cointain the mould were installed to minimise further contamination
  • 2 HEPA filter Air Scrubbers were installed, in a negative airing configuration, to remove airborne mould spores and dust particulates from the air. This was to improve air quality during the work process
  • The affected area was HEPA vacuumed
  • The wall was Presure cleaned and extracted, to help remove engrained mould in the brickwork
  • A further HEPA vacuuming was done and a abrasive scrub and treatment clean was done to the wall.
  • Further HEPA vacuuming, wash/wipe, treat vertical and horizontal surfaces with an appropriate mould cleaning solution was done to secondary affected areas.
  • Once all was done, to help seal the minimal amount of mould that was engrained into the brickwork, the affected area was encapsulated with a mould resistant coating (IAQ 06100).

During process of being pressure cleaned, hepa vacuumed and wiped

Mould being encapulated with mould resistant coating

Result

The area was safe for works to resume, and the coating ensured no further mould growth from this area cause further mould to grow. If you have any mould queries or are in a similar situation please dont hesitate to contact us. You can do this by clicking on the button below.

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