With the introduction of a water source, such as a roof or plumbing leak, any house or company may rapidly become infected with mold.
Mold may grow throughout a home in as little as 48-72 hours, producing allergens and irritants that can cause a variety of health problems.
Superior Mitigation can examine and analyze your property if you believe you have a mold problem in your home or business.
They have the knowledge, tools, and competence to deal with mold if it is discovered.
How to tell if you have mold:
Mold can wreak havoc on your house as well as your health.
Toxic mold exposure in the house, according to CDC, can cause “bleeding, internal organ damage, mental impairment, cancer, and even death.”
Mold is a severe problem that you don’t want to fool with!
Here are a few indicators that your house may have mold.
The appearance of mold:
Probing for mold is the most obvious way to detect whether you have mold in your home.
Ebony, green, yellow, gray, brown, and white are some of the hues available.
In appearance, it’s slimy, fuzzy, grainy, or even leathery.
It’s most easily seen in moist areas like a basement, bathroom, or kitchen, but it may appear to be everywhere while being unwelcome everywhere.
Mold does not have a distinct odor, although the bulk of it does.
It has a distinct musty or earthy odor that is difficult to get rid of.
Follow your nose to the source of the odor, which appears to be the major source of the odor.
Mold might be coming from behind or within the walls, or below the carpet, even though there are no obvious signs of it.
If your house has recently flooded due to severe rain or a large pipe burst, or if you see water stains and damage where there weren’t any before, or if your roof is leaking or there’s been long-standing water, mold development might be a problem. It’s also vital to keep an eye on any sections of your home’s exterior that seem damp and don’t seem to dry out (for example, after heavy rain or a tropical storm). This might be a sign of hidden water pockets, which can soon become a major cause of mold if not addressed.
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