Black mould not only destroys your precious possessions but also produces adverse effects on your overall health. The presence of black mould can directly or indirectly hamper your pulmonary canal, which leads to eye and nose irritation, and to some extent, skin disease. These effects on your health can deteriorate your daily work performance as well as your social life.
To help prevent further growth of black mould it is necessary to know the root cause. This can only be done by controlling the development from the source itself.
The primary cause of black mould is excess humidity. Controlling the humidity and moisture inside the room is the key to controlling black mould growth. Excess humidity is caused due to various factors, including excessive use of water, dripping bathroom faucets, precipitation, or lack of ventilation.