Mold Removal Homes

What is Mold?

Mold is a living organism. It is made up of microbes too small to see with the human eye. Scientists believe that mold can cause serious health problems in both humans and animals. There are many different kinds of mold. The most dangerous type of mold is a dark green fungus called Black mold. Another name for Black mold is Stachybotrys.

How does Moisture Contribute to Mold?

Mold lives on moisture and nutrients that derived from moist organic matter. It flourishes in spaces between walls and ceilings and underneath floors. These, dark, damp spaces get very little air; they are perfect breeding spots for mold.

How can Mold Live in my Home?

Mold may begin growing indoors when mold spores land on moist surfaces... Mold can pollute your environment, and it is believed to be is harmful to both humans and animals. Mold can ruin an entire home's foundation if it isn't removed.

How can Mold Live in my Commercial Establishment?

Concern about indoor exposure to mold has increased along with public awareness that exposure to mold can cause a variety of health problems. The presence of mold in homes, schools and office buildings, is a threat to both animals and humans. These tiny germs become airborne and give off viruses that can cause serious health problems. Anyone can be affected by mold, but very old people and people with respiratory ailments are the most vulnerable to the toxic affects of mold.

How can Mold Live in my Condominium?

Mold can also live in your condominium, and this includes the toxic Black mold. Mold can lurk in leaky storage lockers in your community building, or in drywall, on walls, under bathroom fixtures or from leaky ceilings.

There are many other sources of indoor pollution, but the mold problem seems to be the most pervasive. If you are having problems with mold then you should have the professionals come over for mold remediation services as soon as possible.

An Environmental clean-up specialist mold inspector conducts a visual observation for mold deposits and then takes samples. The technician has special equipment that can pinpoint the precise spot of mold deposits, so they can be quickly removed, even areas that appear inaccessible.