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Definition of Mold

8/15/2017 (Permalink)

Definition of Mold

Some fun facts that every person should know about mold before calling the professionals in. Outdoor mold exists nearly everywhere. Most likely, every home has mold somewhere. Not all mold is harmfully toxic but it can certainly cause allergy problems. Mold helps break down, or decompose, organic material. Mold growth in a home is not limited to flooding & water damage – any exposure to moisture such as a lawn sprinkler, condensation, steam (as from an unvented shower in the bathroom) or periodic leaking that is not attended to will foster the growth of mold. And your homeowner insurance may specifically exclude coverage for damage directly related to mold.

            As you can see, mold in general is not the most exciting thing on the planet. At least I would rather watch mold grow then watch paint dry. When it comes to mold, don’t try to be a self-proclaimed expert, just call in the professionals. Once the right professional is called and verifies that is in fact mold, then you call in the mold mitigation and remediation team of SERVPRO.

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