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Stop Mold Before It Starts

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| 2013 Feb 18 |
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Stop Mold Before It Starts

No one wants mold in his or her home, but sometimes it appears in even the most well-maintained spaces. Luckily, Mold Busters has some advice for you, to help you better prevent mold from attacking and spreading in your home.

What You Should Know About Mold

Mold loves to grow in certain conditions. Areas of your home with poor ventilation, high humidity levels, condensation, moisture and constantly wet surfaces are prone to mold growth. It’s sneaky; before you know it, mold will spread in your walls, in the ceilings and in other hard-to-reach places. Inhaling mold spores for a prolonged period of time can damage your long-term respiratory health.

Preventing Mold

  • Proper ventilation: Whether it’s in your kitchen or the bathroom, make sure you have a
    proper ventilation system that will control the air temperature and moisture
    levels.
  • Control humidity: Mold loves humidity, so get rid of it! Use humidifiers
    to soak up excess moisture in the air.
  • Repair leaks and cracks: Leaks create water build-up which could eventually create
    mold. Cracks in your foundation or structure allow moisture and outdoor air temperature
    to come in, potentially creating humidity and condensation.
  • Maintenance: A clean, well-maintained home can help ensure mold stays out.

If you take this advice into consideration, you’ll be on the right track in reducing your chance of experiencing mold problems. Prevention is key but, unfortunately, sometimes it’s just not enough. Calling professionals will help you determine whether or not there’s mold present in your home or office with their reliable home mold tests. If it is an issue, you’re at least well on your way toward having it fixed. For additional questions or concerns related to mold and mildew, contact Mold Busters in your area.

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