Mold, while unsightly, can lead to ongoing issues, from respiratory distress to property damage. You need to:
What Is Mold?
Mold is a fungus that reproduces by expelling microscopic spores into the environment. While mold is most readily identified by sight, high concentrations can also give off a musty or mildewy smell. When these spores land in a damp environment, they grow and spread and can potentially cause rot.
Some molds thrive in home environments where moisture is common, such as:
Mold Remediation Process
Regardless of the cause, our experts provide a comprehensive mold remediation process to help eliminate the problem by:
Types of Mold and How to Recognize Them
Mold comes in many different forms; in fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are probably tens of thousands of types of molds, if not more. Molds play an important role in breaking down leaves, plants, and trees. Mold can break down natural materials, like wood and leaves, which can damage the structure of your home. Everyone has an aversion to that.
Here are a few types of mold that you might commonly encounter in various areas of your home: