The growth, often visible to the naked eye, of microorganisms on inventory stock (furnishings, clothing, etc.), walls, or on other structural components within a building is colloquially known as mould. A mould infestation is not only inconvenient, but also hazardous to health. Moulds consist of microscopically small, long, thin fungal threads that frequently branch out and that spread out from individual nodes. Mould appears when an object has been subjected to moisture for too long or too vigorously. The mould infestation often appears once the water has gone. It is frequently only recognised at a late stage, once furnishings, wallpaper or similar materials have been removed or damaged.
The mibag team has a wide range of complex procedures in its tool kit to combat this troublesome hanger-on. No matter which procedure is followed, it is always carried out in compliance with the legal, economic and environmental guidelines, such as the regulations of the Federal Association of Mould Remediation [Bundesverband Schimmelpilzsanierung]; the guidelines of the Federal Environment Agency’s [Umweltbundesamt] german ordinance on biological substances, the directive on hazardous substances and the provisions of the VOB/B. This guarantees that mibag’s approach to mould remediation is extremely sensitive, thorough and environmentally friendly.