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Mould Removal Bowral & Southern Highlands

Ecomould: Mould Removal Bowral &  Southern Highlands

With our technicians local to Bowral and the southern highlands, Ecomould solutions is only a call away to deal with any mould removal and corresponding the health issues you, your family and your business may face.

The Southern Highlands has four distinct seasons and is known for a more European or British climate than lower lying areas. The Southern Highlands geographically sits between 500m and 900m above sea level on a plateau which forms part of the Great Dividing Range. As per similar regions such as the Blue Mountains to the north and the Australian Alps to the south, the Southern Highlands is known for its cool temperate climate, which aids the presence of any moisture and creates an ideal environment for mould to grow.

As Bowral and the surrounding areas boast a geographical area the size of Sydney, it’s not surprising to find a number of micro-climates that exist in the dynamic landscape that is the Southern Highlands. Rainfall and fog are always heavier north of Mittagong and to the east around Robertson and Fitzroy Falls. These areas receive heavier precipitation on the escarpments to the east containing sub-tropical rain forests which provide  a natural breading haven for mould to procreate. The high winds in the area allow mould spores to spread as far and wide as the gusting air takes them.

Although the Southern Highlands gives the impression of rich green pastures and dense flora. The average rainfall in the east (700mL/p.a.) is certainly higher than further inland, but like much of Australia, most water in the area is subterranean which means rivers and creeks do not always run. Regardless of this geological make up, there always seems to be a rich flow of water from the escarpments even when there is no rain and the run-off to the Wollondilly River in the west, the Nepean to the north, and the Shoalhaven to the south feeds into the water supplies for Sydney and the South Coast. These conditions ensure that Bowral and the surrounding Southern Highlands landscape is seldom dry which is why residents and businesses of the region will find mould infiltrating their dwelling most the year round.

Areas Serviced:
The major towns in the Shire are Mittagong, Bowral, Moss Vale, Robertson and Bundanoon.
Villages include: Alpine, Aylmerton, Avoca, Balaclava, Balmoral Village, Belanglo, Berrima, Braemar, Bullio, Burradoo, Burrawang, Canyonleigh, Colo Vale, East Kangaloon, Exeter, Fitzroy Falls, Glenquarry, High Range, Hill Top, Joadja, Kangaloon, Manchester Square, Mandemar, Medway, Meryla, Mount Murray, New Berrima, Paddys River, Penrose, Sutton Forest, Wattle Ridge, Welby, Werai, Wildes Meadow, Willow Vale, Wingello, Woodlands and Yerrinbool