IT HAS TO BE DONE

Is an old business name for us and we are now known as

Double "R" Wasp Nest Treatment Heanor

DIRECT CONTACT   MOBILE 07496360343

Open Mon - Sat inclusive 8.30am - 7pm

Sunday CLOSED all day

THE FOLLOWING PAGES ARE FOR YOUR GUIDANCE ONLY, DUE TO RETIREMENT WE NO LONGER CARRY OUT MOULD TREATMENTS BUT CAN GIVE ADVICE IF REQUIRED. IF YOU REQUIRE US TO CARRY OUT A SURVEY IT WILL COST £150.00 IF WITHIN OUR WASP TREATMENT AREA AS SHOWN ON OUR MAIN WEBSITE

doublerwasptreatmentheanor.co.uk/areascovered

Mould Mould Facts Condensation Bleach and Mould Pests and Mould Waterproofing Airborne Spores

Bleach-water solution vapourises quickly but leaves the water behind. This, in effect, doesn't dry as fast as necessary to get rid of spores. Moreover, ordinary bleaches in our households contain 5.25% sodium hypochlorite or NaOCl. This sodium hypochlorite forms hypochlorous acid or HOCl when mixed with water. Hypochlorous acid is effective against bacteria and viruses thus bleaches are used as disinfectants. Studies revealed nonetheless that the use of bleaches is not suitable for home use due to some health risks. Aside from its health hazards, its effects against moulds are not very successful due to the water, which feeds the spores, left when bleach vapourises. You may notice when you use bleach-water mixture to remove visible moulds on your basement or bathroom walls, the moulds usually grow back after just a few days after you clean them.

Household bleaches do not normally carry an HSE number or state on the label that they can be used to treat mould, we know of one council manager that told a tenant to use bleach, it went horribly wrong and he was taken to court by the tenant and she won a substantial pay out.

It is an offence to advise or use chemicals of any description for a treatment or useage that it does not mention on the bottle label. The first rule of thumb in any industry which uses chemicals is that if “it dont say it does, on the label, then it dont do it” so do not use any chemical unless it says it is safe to do so for the purpose that you require.  Ask yourself does it say so on the label and is this product fit for purpose, Always read the label.

Theoretically speaking, if you were given the wrong information by a professional person or Landlord for a mould problem, and the situation deteriorated, you cannot be held accountable for causing the mould unless it can be shown that your lifestyle is to blame. We always take readings and measurements to back up our findings, we NEVER just look at the problem and give you an answer.