WHERE DOES MOLD EXIST?
Mold and mildew are everywhere, whether you know it or not. It's in the caulking or sealing of your shower and in clothes that have been sitting in the washer too long. But in reality, it's the type and extent of fungi that matters more than how much you see.
A residential mold inspector will personally explore every nook and cranny of your house, keeping an eye out for damp or wet conditions, low circulation and humidity.
We'll check all the under-counter spaces and corners of your bathrooms and under and around any other sinks in your house. Mold grows in places such as the back side of dry wall, wallpaper, or paneling, the top side of ceiling tiles, and the underside of carpets and pads. The most common places and areas you'll find mold are: Kitchen, HVAC Units, Bathroom, Basement, Attic, Ceiling, Insulation, Roof Leaks, Air duct area, Exterior.
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SHOULD I BE CONCERNED ABOUT MOLD IN MY HOME?
Should I be concerned about mold in my home? - Yes, if indoor mold contamination is extensive, it may cause very high airborne spore exposures.
People exposed to high spore levels may become sensitized and develop allergies to the mold or other health problems.
Mold growth can damage your perosnal contents such as furnishings, carpets and paintings. In time, unchecked mold growth may cause damage to the structural elements in your home.
Mold exposure can cause allergic symptoms including coughing, sneezing, shortness of breath and eye, nose or throat irritation. Reactions range from mild to severe and in some cases may require medical attention. Mold contamination may remain undetected until symptoms appear, so, mold testing and mold inspection is necessary.
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