Mould is not just harmful to the house walls- but it can also affect the health of the home dwellers. Moreover, it looks unpleasant. Black gunk and powdery spots are every interior designer’s nightmare. And hiding it with a piece of artwork or furniture is not the best option since it could cause further damage and require more money and time to repair it.

Mould is caused by excess moisture in the house, a common sight during and after the monsoon season. So, if you have a home improvement or renovation project around this time, it is important to repair and prevent mould and mildew since it can ruin household valuables and even trigger an allergic reaction.

Follow these tips to deal with mould damage for your clients: