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Mold Remediation

Molds such as fungus mold, and slime molds are most often found in areas that have high humidity levels such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms or damp basements (especially after flooding). It is important to try and prevent mold and mildew growth, and if it’s too late, try mold remediation and mold removal.

In order to have the best chance to eliminate the chances of mold returning after it has been properly remediated, the source of moisture must be identified and, ideally, stopped or properly managed.

Mold, mildew, fungi and bacteria are the leading biological pollutants generated many places. Often those places include commercial and residential structures.

Because mold and mildew release mold spores in the air that can float throughout the house, it can cause severe allergic reactions such as watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing, nasal congestion and fatigue, especially to those with a mold allergy.

In fact, when mold starts to reproduce inside a structure, it can eat away at the structure, cause thousands of dollars in damage and possibly make family members sick from mold exposure. However, the situation is not hopeless. There are several mold remediation methods that are effective and safe.  However, be sure to use a properly licensed individual to determine if mold exists, what type, and hire licensed firm to do the remediation.