Removing Mold From Your Home: What You Need To Know

You might not be able to see mold on your floor, but it's there. When you see signs of water damage like water stains, discoloration, or black spots, mold is likely lurking in the basement. In this article, we'll talk about the different types of mold and how to get mold removal assistance to avoid any kind of effect on your health.

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What Causes Mold To Form?

Mold can form in a variety of places, but the most common places are in the home. Here are some of the things that can cause mold to form:

-Poorly ventilated areas –A high humidity level can lead to mold growth.

-Water damage –If water leaks or accumulates on the surface of your property, it can start to grow mold.

-A musty smell -If you notice a strong, musty smell coming from your home, it may be because of mold growth.

How to Determine If a House Has A Mold Problem

-Look for black or green spores in corners and crevices where moisture usually accumulates, such as behind walls or under cabinets.

-If you find black mold, open windows, and doors to allow fresh air into the room. Wet building materials (such as paper towels) can help promote mold growth. 

-If you find white mold, cover it with a layer of drywall joint compound or mineral spirits until the mold goes away (usually within a day). 

So what should you do if you notice mold growing on or around your home? Here are some tips on how to remove mold from your home:

-Spaces in your home that are always damp or wet

-Smelly or strange odors coming from your home

-Loud noises coming from your home (like knocking or hissing)

-Structural damage to your home caused by water infiltration (e.g., leaks) or heaving due to excess moisture.