Mold comes in many shapes, textures and colors and you can find hundreds of different species some toxic and some not. The one color that most people remember is that slimy greenish black substance which can result in structure damage to your property and can result in serious medical condition to your family and pets. The technical name for this mold is Strachybotryschartarum and more often known as Strachybotrysatra. This is one of the most aggressive types of mold that is known today. It impacts infants who can develop fatal respiratory bleeding in the lungs. The elderly, pregnant women and individuals with any type of auto conditions are also at risk for developing mold symptoms. For additional articles and videos on your indoor air quality visit moldremoval.net. Continue reading “Remove Black Mold” »
Mold infestations have become more of a concern over the last 5 years as we have seen an increase in foreclosed homes, natural disasters and an increase in the public awareness of the health concerns related to mold and mildew. There are over 200,000 various types of mold, many which have the potential to cause structural damage and health concerns for you and your family.
Mold can have a variety of reactions ranging from allergic responses to severe health related medical condition which can become life threatening in the mold is not removed and the indoor air quality restored to acceptable levels. Mold spread through spore formation. These spores are microscopic and spread through the air. The spores are what create the common musty smell and causes the allergic reactions. Continue reading “Where to Look for Removing Mold” »
Black mold is a type of toxic mold of which the scientific name is Stachybotryschartarum which is caused when areas of your property are exposed to moisture. Black mold is loves water-rich environments which is often found in areas like your basement, bathrooms or other areas that are prone to moisture. Black mold removal is tricky because toxic mold cannot only cause structural problems it can cause severe health problems for those exposed. In most cases you should hire a certified professional to assess, plan, implement and evaluate what is going on with your indoor air quality.