Urgent mould remediation required to 12 rooms in total throughout the property. South QLD Restoration was called in following an independent valuation to carry out a recommended scope of works for the mould. Initially caused by a roof leak to the property, however throughout our investigations multiple other causes were also found to be contributing to the mould such as an escape of liquid from the bathroom and elevated moisture readings throughout the property which was later found to be a result of ground dampness to the 2 level stilted house. Several rooms were affected by heavy mould as well as the insureds contents which were removed from site and cleaned. Any Non Restorable content were disposed of. Dehumidifers and Air scrubbers were left throughout the property to remove air pollution, help assist improve the surrounding air quality acting as a portable air purifier stabilising the environment and to help bring the humidity down reducing in buildup of mould. As well as the use of air filtration devices at the property, South QLD Restoration technicians also thought it beneficial ULV fog the entire property for the process of aerosolising liquids in to small particulates thus creating mist or fog, these particles then make contact with the surface and air particulates to treat them. Containment of mould affected areas was complete by South QLD Restoration, whilst waiting for building strip out to be complete. Cleaning of ceiling, walls, floor and fixtures also undertaken as well as removal of glue and nails from timber framing. Metal batons were needed to be removed so that access to roof cavity was accessable. Cleaning of timber trusses throughout property was completed as well as treating the timber wall framing with Percide and surface shield. After South QLD Restoration finalised the mould works, an independent environmentalist consultant provided a mould clearance allowing the building restoration works to commence.