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What is mould?
  • Mould is a type of fungus
  • Moulds can be found almost anywhere
  • They can grow on virtually any organic substance if moisture and oxygen are present
  • Mould grows rapidly when excessive moisture accumulates in buildings or on building materials
  • However, the growth of mould can be controlled by controlling the indoors moisture
Where are moulds can be found?

Commonly moulds can be found on:

  • Wood
  • Paper
  • Carpet
  • Foods
  • Insulation
  • Ceiling tiles
  • Paints
  • Wallpaper
  • Fabric
  • Upholstery

Examples of commonly found indoor mould

Figure 1: Mould growth behind wallpaper

Figure 2: Front side of wallboard looks fine, but the back side is covered with mould

Figure 3: Mould growing in closet as a result of condensation from room air

It not just damage your assets but also affect your healthy badly !!!

Different types of mould


Green mould can basically grow anywhere in your home where a water problem may occur. The most common are Aspergillus, Cladosporium and Penicillium.


A mould that falls under one of these colours, especially one that you find in a place with food such as a pantry likely comes from the Penicillium genus.


Cladosporium spores have been know to cause minor infections in places such as eyes, sinuses and skin.
Alternaria is also found indoors in darker areas, as well as in typical dust you see everywhere in your home. Although not as serious as Cladosporium, it’s still problematic.


  • Humidity in the air can supply enough moisture for mould growth
  • Indoor air relative humidity (RH) should be kept below 60%
  • Ideally between 30% - 50%

Acceptable moisture levels for select building materials

For Indoors surface moisture
Below 12% is in acceptable range

Moisture, %
Baseboard 7 – 10
Gypsum Wallboard 7 – 10
Hardwood Flooring 7 – 10
Framing Lumber 15 – 19
Wood Furnishings (Interior) 7 – 12

Signs of Moulds Problem

Moulds can be found in the below characteristics:

  1. Uncontrolled humidity
  2. Poor ventilation
  3. Condensation due to faulty air-conditioning or long usage
  4. A musty, damp smell
  5. Crack or peeling paint
  6. A recurrent 'soot' or black streaks
  7. Discoloration, water stains, damaged or hidden leakage

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