Expertise & Experience

Industry-leading Innovation and Sanitisation Practices.

IAQ  | Ventilation Hygiene  |  Mould Root Cause & Removal

Indoor Built Environment
Hygiene Solutions.

Top tier Environment Hygiene Solutions


Mould Services: Identification and Remediation

As WA’s most reputable mould investigation specialists, we help clients by advising, investigating, and mitigating mould in contaminated buildings, schools, hospitals, aged care, even large residential.


Decontaminate HVAC Systems.

Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning systems (HVAC systems) are major contributors to poor indoor air quality. Issues include odours, fungi, bacteria, and other contaminants. Regular building hygiene assessments, focus on HVAC controls for pathogens and contamination. Maintaining the HVAC system reduces failures, costs, and improves efficiency and performance. This leads to 10-20% savings on bills.


IAQ, is the answer.

HBS Australia has a comprehensive understanding of mould in the built environment – and knowing just how it got there is our IPT.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) covers a multitude of issues, with products (chemical use) also playing its part in Indoor Air Quality-related issues. Field services, and specialist advice, remediate versus mitigate mould from contaminated buildings incl. all through HVAC systems. Remediation practices, scientific methodologies, and world-leading sanitisation products which sit behind HBS Aust. building hygiene inspection and testing.


Soft & Hard Floor Hygiene programs

Operating to Australian-New Zealand standards (AS/NZS 3733-2018), incl. protecting manufacturer’s warranty, HBS Australia will investigate, assess, and introduce site-specific soft & hard floor programs, across almost any type of facility (Aged Care, Healthcare, Universities, Education, Commercial buildings, and more.) Reduce the number of floorings ending up in landfills, that aren't always recycled.


Indoor Environment Hygiene Solutions.

Managing Risks  |  Protecting Assets.

Often assets are affected by a combination of hygiene elements. Why HBS takes a lifecycle approach, case in point - HVAC/Air conditioning systems are biggest culprits asa conduit for pollutants, bacteria, microbial growth, and mould.

Neglected hygiene or maintenance practices make HVACs a dangerous carrier of biological hazards and prone to mould.   Left operating without attention, they affect the IAQ too. Spreading environmental fungi, bacteria, airborne infection, odours, other biological contaminants throughout an entire building. Where we then see a direct impact upon people’s productivity and on their general health (…think asthma, flu, gastro, Covid-19 etc).

Yet still….it is Mould that remains your building’s greatest threat.