If your Port Clinton home has a mold problem, it’s reason for serious concern and may even be an indication of a larger, water-related problem. Mold will only grow when there is adequate moisture present for it to thrive, and that can mean that you have hidden water damage nearby, or excess humidity that is promoting the growth of the mold. Mold removal should only occur after the source of the moisture is addressed, since the mold will just continue to return until then.
Condensation happens when moisture in the air is drawn to cooler surfaces in your home such as an exterior wall or window where it will condensate. Newer homes designed with a tight seal actually prevent moisture from leaving your home, and can contribute to mold growth.
To avoid needing mold removal services in Port Clinton, always ventilate areas of high humidity like bathrooms, laundry rooms and kitchens. If your basement is damp, a dehumidifier can help reduce the humidity and the potential for mold growth.
Circulating air throughout your home using your forced air heating and cooling systems, using fans, and opening windows will allow trapped moisture to escape.
Careful consideration should be made when dealing with water damage to prevent potential mold growth. Whenever water damage is concerned, mold growth can begin as soon as 24 hours after the initial water damage occurs. The source of the water must first be address before cleanup can begin.
If your home does have mold growth and the area affected is large or inaccessible, you should call a mold removal specialist who can safely remove the mold and access any areas of hidden mold. In instances where smaller areas of mold are present, homeowners can remove the mold themselves, but be sure to wear the proper protective clothing and equipment to prevent exposure to to the mold, and to keep it from being spread throughout your home. RestorePro provides mold removal services in Port Clinton and the surrounding communities. Contact us today.
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