Mold is a serious issue that is no stranger to Florida residence.
A small mold issue can become dangerous and hazardous within a small matter of time, if not addressed immediately and properly. When there’s a lack of dry air within the drying process, mold is more susceptible to occur.
Mold can be present indoors as well as outdoors, and can create irritants that could pose as a health hazards.
Florida Mold Removal Services
If you think that you potentially have mold growing in your home or business, calling professionals to have it removed as soon as possible will help to avoid aggravating respiratory conditions like allergies and asthma.
Since a mold problem typically indicates the presence of moisture, first find out the source of the moisture and it’s origination point. Once you have fixed any leaks you come across, it’s time to have the mold removed so that it does not return. By working with our professional mold remediation experts you can rest assured the problem will be handling correctly and permanently.
Florida Mold Removal FAQs
Q: What are common side effects of mold?
A: Mold and mildew can cause many problems, both to your familys health and to your home. It can destroy furniture, drywall and wood. It can offer a place where unwanted bacteria, mites, rodents and roaches can live. Health-wise, mold has been known to be carcinogenic, and can cause flu-like symptoms such as diarrhea and infections, and stuffy noses.
Q: What is the best removal process for mold?
A: The best way to remove mold depends on where the mold is located and how much is present. No two jobs are ever the same. We will prepare a detailed scope of work after we receive all requested documentation.
Q: How does mold damage happen?
A: Mold requires a combination of four main ingredients to grow – oxygen, water, nutrients and temperature. Nutrients for mold growth can be a variety of material, such as paper, wood, or fabrics. In addition, mold has ways of finding nutrients from various synthetic products like adhesives and paints. Moisture is one of the key factors that aids mold growth. Certain mold species feed off the moisture in the air when the relative humidity is elevated. Different types of mold reproduce at normal temperatures indoors. Minimal types of mold are able to grow below 40 F or above 100 F. Mold found outside this temperature range may remain dormant or non-active, but have the possibility of growing again when the temperature permits.