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How Can I Detect Mold in My Home?

5/16/2018 (Permalink)

white wall with black mold growing on it Specialists can educate you on what causes mold to flourish, and how to prevent another outbreak by pinpointing the source of your infestation.

Mold can be like cockroaches; if you see even one patch it can mean a larger infestation throughout your walls or through other areas of your home. Just getting rid of that one patch may not be enough, but how can you tell if you have even more mold throughout your Raleigh, NC, home?

Find an Indoor Environmental Specialist

If you’ve never heard of indoor environmental specialists, they’re certified professionals who can:

• Test for air quality
• Test for and identify mold infestations
• Identify the type of mold and its effects
• Pinpoint the location of hard-to-find mold outbreaks
• Recommend safety and remediation activities

When an indoor environmental specialist conducts a mold test, they’re often able to pick up sensitive information that wouldn’t otherwise be detectable by the naked eye or with over-the-counter mold tests.

Can an Indoor Environmental Specialist Get Rid of My Mold For Me?

Sometimes, though you can never truly be free of mold when the spores are constantly active in the air around you. You can only minimize and control its presence. Some indoor environmental specialists are certified for mold remediation, while others may refer you to additional professionals to devise and launch an effective remediation plan to rescue your home from mold. Either will be able to tell you the first steps to take to prepare your home for mold remediation.

Can an Indoor Environmental Specialist Help Me Prevent Mold?

Absolutely. Specialists can educate you on what causes mold to flourish, and how to prevent another outbreak by pinpointing the source of your infestation. Usually the cause is water leaks and water damage, providing the fuel mold needs to thrive on organic matter. A remediation and environmental specialist can talk to you about removing these sorts of problems from your home, and steps to take to prevent excess moisture in your environment from contaminating your home with fresh mold. For more information, visit http://www.SERVPROeastraleighzebulon.com/.

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