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Mold Inspection
The mold inspection, which will be performed by a mold specialist, can include a visual inspection, moisture readings and mold testing. Testing is not generally recommended as a first step. If there are no visible signs of mold, mold testing may become necessary. Mold testing options include swab and air samples which will identify the types and levels of mold present in Your home or business. The most important part of any mold remediation is to locate the source of moisture or humidity and develop a plan to control it.

Once the source of mold is identified, a plan will be developed and executed, including containment of the work area to control and limit the spread of mold in the house or other contaminants into surrounding areas of your home or building. If you can smell a musty odor or see something that looks like mold, you most likely have a mold problem.

Mold can grow for months without detection by the naked eye. Even after moisture levels are reduced, mold growth may continue or go dormant. It will not die! If you suspect a problem, you most likely have one.
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Moisture and Mold Problems:
Preventing and Solving Them in Your Home


Whether it's the slimy black spots on your shower curtain, the fuzzy white patches on your basement floor, or the slick orange film that forms on your kitchen drain, household mold is more than unsightly. In some cases, mold in your home can make you sick, especially if you have allergies or asthma.

Mold Reactions: Who's at Risk?
For people sensitive to mold, inhaling or touching mold spores can cause allergic reactions, including sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash. People with serious mold allergies may have more severe reactions, including shortness of breath. In people with asthma who are allergic to mold, breathing in spores can also cause asthma attacks.
10 Way to Reduce Mold Allergies
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Top Tips for Controlling Mold
Use dehumidifiers and air conditioners, especially in hot, humid climates, to reduce moisture in the air.
Keep indoor humidity below 50% if possible. You can measure relative humidity with a hygrometer, an inexpensive instrument available at many hardware stores.
Keep air conditioning drip pans clean. Make sure drain lines are free of obstructions and flow properly.
Keep the house warm in cool weather. As the temperature goes down, the air is less able to hold moisture and it condenses on cold surfaces, which can encourage mold growth.
Add insulation to cold surfaces, such as exterior walls, floors, and windows to reduce condensation.
Dry wet areas within 24 to 48 hours to prevent mold growth.
Fix leaks and seepage. The ground should slope away from your house. If water is entering the house from the outside, your options range from simple landscaping to extensive excavation and waterproofing.
If your system is too big or the airflow is incorrect, your air conditioner will not remove humidity like it should. Also, ask the contractor to check your duct system for air leaks, and proper size and air flow to each room.
Open doors between rooms to increase circulation, which carries heat to cold surfaces. Increase air circulation by using fans and by moving furniture from wall corners.

In the kitchen:
Use exhaust fans to move moisture outside (not into the attic) whenever you are cooking, washing dishes, or cleaning.
Turn off certain appliances if you notice moisture on windows and other surfaces.
Check for leaks around the kitchen sink, refrigerator ice makers, and other sources of water. Repair if necessary.
Empty and clean refrigerator drip pans if necessary.

In basements and crawl spaces:
Put a plastic cover over dirt in crawl spaces to prevent moisture from coming in from the ground.
Make sure gutters are working properly and that outdoor landscaping causes water to run away from -- not toward -- the house.
Do not finish basement walls with insulation and wall board unless your basement is very dry.
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