If you see or detect mold, we recommend that you take immediate action. Mold is a danger not only to the structure of your home or building and furniture, but also to your health. The best way to make sure your building or home is completely free from mold is by hiring experts who can use specialized tools and inspections to ensure that there is no remaining mold.
What is Mold and How Does it Occur?
Mold is a type of airborne fungus that grows best in warm and damp environments. Spores of mold can attach to structures in the building such as flooring and walls and can quickly spread in high humidity areas. Mold is a resilient fungus that can grow in almost any environment that has unmitigated moisture for an extended period of time.
Do I Need to Hire a Mold Remediation Specialist?
The best way to determine if you have a mold problem is by having a mold inspection. By having an expert mold inspection done, a number of factors will be determined. A mold inspection will reveal whether there are mold or mildew factors in the air, what kind of mold is in the area, and how much of a problem it is. Having a trained, certified expert perform this inspection will give you peace of mind and help you and Water Out to determine the best way to resolve the mold problem. This will save you money and time in the long run by initially dealing with the problem effectively and preventing further damage in the future.
It is always a good idea to hire a mold remediation specialist, as mold can spread quickly and cause significant damage if not dealt with properly. Water Out South’s mold remediation experts are trained and qualified in the cleaning and extracting techniques, chemicals and proper measures to completely remove mold. Many homeowners have made the mistake of trying to remove mold themselves with the wrong cleaning formulas (ie. bleach), which often exacerbates the issue and and only kills a portion of the mold. It is best to leave mold to the professionals before the mold and mildew sinks deeper into your building’s surfaces.