What to do if you are renting and you have mould

June 27, 2018

What to do if you are renting and you have mould

Mould in rental properties can be one of the most painful experiences for both parties involved. 

Neither side will admit that it is their fault, not only because it is seen as a problem that is very expensive to fix, but also because neither side truly believes that it was their fault. 

The problem is that mould can get into your homes in so many different ways, like: 

  • Through open windows 
  • Broken pipes
  • Leaking roofs
  • The dirt and dust that is attached to your shoes and clothing
  • Pets
  • Cracked home foundations
  • Sick people entering
  • Water storing under the home 
  • Food that has not been cleaned or just food that has accidentally been dropped and gone unnoticed.
  • People peeing and not necessarily getting it inside the bowl 

With having to deal with so many different ways that mould can get into your home. It can seem like a never-ending futile task. 

That is why we invented SAN-AIR. 

It doesn't matter if you are the homeowner or the renter. If you use SAN-AIR you can prevent mould from growing in your home. Regardless if there is leaking pipes or your pets are running around inside or you have sick people visiting. 

SAN-AIR is able to give your home 24-hour protection and it doesn't cost you, your next overseas holiday. 

Most homes will only need the use of 1 - 2 Surface mould removers and 2-3 Mould gone preventative jars, to clean their home. This would only cost you $63.40 for 3 - 4 months of mould protection. 

Mould Cleaning and Prevention

Making sure that your home is free from mould has never been easier and preventing those horrible and time-wasting arguments over who's fault the mould was is priceless. 

You can always look here as well to learn more about your rights as a landlord or a tenant at:

https://www.tenants.org.au/factsheet-24-mould

 




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