05 Aug Two Pivotal Ways To Aid In Assessing Your Mold Risk
We all know the term mold, but do we really understand it? Mold is Mother Nature’s way to get rid of once-living creatures. Mold can be found in homes made of materials that were once living. These materials can absorb moisture which can increase the likelihood of microbial growth.
High humidity areas are more prone to mold growth. High humidity areas can lead to mold growth. For many reasons, high humidity can occur in your home. High humidity can be caused by water intrusion. This happens when water gets in from the outside.
Plumbing problems or mistakes that are not well cleaned up can also lead to mold. Mold is just one example of fungi. It reproduces by sporulation. These spores can cause severe health problems and damage your respiratory system. People suffering from liver disease or other respiratory issues are especially at risk.
It is important to inspect your home for high humidity and moisture areas and take immediate action to eliminate them. Mold cannot be killed, but it can be kept inactive. As long as there is no moisture or water, mold will cease to be active.
These are the most important steps to take when assessing mold risk.
Check for Mold
The moldy areas will become visible as the mold spores multiply. We cannot see the mold spores. There are many types of mold colonies. There are many colors that can be used to identify each type of mold. Penicillium and Aspergillus are the most prevalent molds found in homes.
Stachybotrys is also known as “black mold” and is what most people are referring to. Mold can be found both in homes and offices. A professional can help identify the source and provide advice on how to get rid of it.
The basement is where the humidity is highest. Make sure to inspect your basement for any windows or doors. These areas can be breeding ground for mold spores. Water problems can be quickly addressed if you want to stop mold growth.
High-Level Airborne Mold
A few tools and methods can be used at home to test for high-level mold. These methods may not be as effective as they claim to be. For the best mold assessment, contact a Long Beach Mold Remediation Company. They can diagnose the problem.
An indoor environmental specialist will inspect the air for mold to determine if it is present. This is a great way to ensure that your mold problem has been addressed properly, even though it might be expensive.
A test should be performed before and after any remediation. Your IEP will help you determine whether the spore count should be acceptable or unacceptable.