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Mould Cleaning & Remediation

Removes unsightly mould in 1 day. Repainting not required in over 95% of cases. Guaranteed results at only $395 per room.*

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Why Choose Electrodry Mould Cleaning

Comprehensive Mould Inspection Report

Our quoting process includes the provision of a detailed report on your mould cause, treatment plan, pricing and advice.

Treats Mould At The Source

Our antimicrobial solutions trace the mould to the moisture source to treat hidden mould.

12-Month Warranty

We warrant that mould will not return for 12 months.*

Mould Remediation Experts

Your mould infestation will be assessed and treated by a qualified technician, backed by Electrodry’s decades of experience in the home services industry.

Efficient & Convenient 1-Day Service

Our service is a one-day treatment, providing convenience for busy lifestyles.

Treats Airborne Mould Spores

Treats airborne mould spores and restores air quality to safe, healthy levels.

How To Book A Mould Inspection And Cleaning

A mould quote, inspection and detailed report entail a $100 fee, which is deducted from the total quote when you book any Electrodry service. Our quotations are all-inclusive, so there will be no hidden surprises.

ACT, NSW, Brisbane, Gold Coast & Sunshine Coast $100
For the rest of Australia $50
Book a quote with Customer Representative

1. Schedule a tech visit

Call our hotline 13 27 13 or schedule a quote and pre-inspection online.

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2. Get an on-site inspection

During the visit, our technician will tell you the cost, likely results and answer all your question.

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3. Receive an inspection report

Receive a comprehensive report including the exact quote, cause, scope and treatment of the mould issue.

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4. Book your mould cleaning service

Book with peace of mind knowing exactly what to expect on the day of your service.

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What To Expect During A Mould Inspection

Discover what an Electrodry mould remediation specialist can do and book an assessment with one of our experts now. You will be provided with a comprehensive report following the assessment, which includes:

  • The cause, the scope of the job and photographs of the infestation
  • What you need to know before we visit
  • Our Treatment Recommendation
  • Pricing and Warranty Information
  • Preventative tips to follow after the treatment is complete
  • The cause, the scope of the job and photographs of the infestation
  • What you need to know before we visit
  • Our Treatment Recommendation
  • Pricing and Warranty Information
  • Preventative tips to follow after the treatment is complete

The Electrodry Mould Cleaning Process

Approved by insurers, Electrodry's unique mould treatment system passes the strictest laboratory tests and is faster and more affordable than other mould treatment systems.


Book An On-Site Inspection

Book an inspection to identify the scope of the affected area and the required work. We'll discuss treatment options and provide you with a written quote.


Moisture & Humidity Measurement

During the assessment, we measure moisture and humidity levels, which helps identify the factors that lead to the initial mould colonisation.


Antimicrobial Mould Treatment

Our cleaning solutions treat active mould using a unique surfactant solution that traces the moisture into building materials to effectively treat hidden mould.


Mould Removal

Mould and mould stains are removed without damaging the material underneath. Repainting is usually unnecessary in over 95% of cases.


Antimicrobial Misting

To restore air quality to safe, healthy levels an antimicrobial mist is sprayed into the home to treat airborne mould spores and prevent recolonisation.

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Our Results


Electrodry Mould Cleaning Customer Reviews

Independent Service Rating based on 190 verified reviews.


The team of three were very polite & their assessment of removing the carpet stains was encouraging. The actual removal of the stains was stunningly effective.

- Trusted Customer

"Great job very professional would recommend it."

- Denise Mclennan

"Floors look great, great service."

- Kira Rook

"Our tiles look much better."

- Trusted Customer

Frequently Asked Questions About Mould Cleaning

The warranty is only valid if the customer has addressed any ongoing moisture issues, such as leaks in the home’s roof, walls, or plumbing. While Electrodry’s service will treat mould and restore your indoor air to healthy levels, you will need to undertake research to rectify the cause otherwise the mould will return.

The customer needs to have both mould cleaning and micro-misting undertaken during the service for the warranty to be valid.

Warranties are not valid in designated wet areas such as the laundry and bathroom.

The home’s relative humidity must be measured at under 60%.

Warranties are not valid if any unforeseen water intrusion occurs.

Windows and windowsills must be kept clean and free of moisture (including condensation).

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Bleaches and off the shelf mould treatment products, "bleach" or take the colour out of visible mould to hide the problem but fail to treat living hidden mould in gyprock and other building materials, allowing the mould to quickly re-grow.

Electrodry Mould Cleaning offers an affordable, revolutionary mould treatment system that traces the moisture to its source, treating visible and hidden mould for long lasting results. We will also treat air-borne spores using a special antimicrobial mist to ensure that the indoor air quality is restored to healthier levels.

Is Mould Affecting your Health
Do you suffer from itchy eyes and runny nose, shortness of breath or you just generally feel a little run down? Mould may be the cause of your ill health. There are over 1000 types of identified mould and approximately 5% contain mycotoxins that are poisonous to humans. Long term exposure to other mould types can also illicit harmful allergic reactions. If you can see mould in your home, you need to effectively treat it. More information about the possible health repercussions of mould are available from your local public health unit.

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Electrodry's Mould Treatment system typically costs $ per room with moderate levels of contamination. Light contamination in pockets or corners of rooms will cost less and heavy contamination may be more expensive.

Pricing is determined at the time of inspection and is based on the surface area affected, the level of contamination and the building material e.g. brick, gyprock or timber. The costs of anti-microbial misting varies depending on the size of the house. Mould treatment is specialised work that requires a large amount of personal protective equipment. due to set-up and protective equipment required, the minimum charge for a mould treatment service is $.

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If you have pets, they will not be allowed in the house during the treatment. We also recommend removing any indoor plants outside while we undertake the service.

No-one is to be in the household during or for a period of 5 hours after the treatment.

All areas to be micro-cleaned need to be easily accessible. We ask that you move any furniture/whitegoods prior to our attendance. We will take the utmost care during the service, placing protective sheets over your heavy furniture and floors throughout the service. Your technician will discuss this with you in more detail at the time of inspection.

Mould is ugly and can be potentially bad for your health.

It typically becomes worse in colder months, so you need to be more aware of mould growth during these times.

While more severe infestations will require professional remediation, there are some easy ways to prevent mould growth in your home.

First, there are a few things you need to know about mould.

· Mould needs moisture to grow, or an environment where the relative humidity is regularly above 50%.

· UV light will target many types of mould.

· Mould grows on almost any porous surface.

This is how you can prevent mould.

1. Clean the exhaust fan in your bathroom, laundry and kitchen regularly, if you have one.

2. Keep the exhaust fan on for 20 minutes after your shower to clear the steam out of the room.

3. Open windows to let natural light in.

4. For mould in closets or bedrooms buy a few desiccant dehumidifiers or "moisture eaters" such as Damp-Rid. They are effective at keeping humidity levels in check.

5. Condensation issues can cause mould, so installing a dehumidifier can be an option. A dehumidifier will continually take moisture out of the air to reduce the relative humidity.

6. A concentrated mould issue may be a sign of a leak in the premises and a plumber should be called.

7. Mould that starts at the floor and rises up the wall means there may be an issue with drainage under the home and rising dampness. A plumber or building inspector can help.

Mould is in the air that we breathe every day. Microscopic mould spores are like pollen and float around in the air, and when they land in a location with a food source, moisture and preferably minimal air flow, mould will grow.

Spray the area with a 1:1 mix of water and white vinegar. This will kill most mould types. Allow to dry, then spray and wipe mould away with a cloth. If a stain remains then use a bleach (such as Exit Mould) to remove the colouring from mould waste. Keep in mind that the bleach isn't killing the mould, just removing the colouring. If the area affected is bigger than 1sqm we recommend professional mould treatment.

NO MOISTURE = NO GROWTH. Do everything you can to minimise moisture. Fix any water leaks, control humidity and condensation with dehumidifiers, air-conditioners or building works. To reduce humidity and moisture in the bathroom, use an effective exhaust fan and heat lamp in additon to creating sufficient ventilation.

It depends on the situation. We have health and safety regulations that we need to follow, so we will need to assess the area before undertaking any work.

We can treat mould in a car, however due to the unqiue environment in a car we cannot guarantee that all all the mould stains will be removed, or that mould growth will not re-occur.

Yes, we can treat mould on the inside of walls however we need to remove the gyprock as part of this process.

Most outside mould can be treated if on concrete, synthetic grass, brick work, fences, roofs (pending height safety), among others.

Our technician can complete a visual assessment including taking a moisture measurement. If we cannot determine the issue, we can complete a micro-misting to assist in removing the odour. If the odour returns this indicates there is an ongoing problem. If you live in Brisbane, a senior mould technician can complete an airborne particulate sample and provide an independent air quality report.

A technician can inspect the area, however will need to put a hole in the wall to be able to confirm the presence of mould. The hole is typically the size of a squash ball. If mould is present we may need to remove the gyprock in some areas as we treat the mould.

Once mould is visibly growing, the number of spores in the air is higher than normal. If these spores are not removed, there is a higher likelihood that mould will grow again in the same or a different area.

We can apply our patented antimicrobial to the soft fabric, before cleaning the material with our normal cleaning processes. However we cannot guarantee to remove mould staining, and offer no warranty on this work.

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