It’s no secret; mold is everywhere. It can be helpful – for example – in penicillin and cheese – but it can also be deadly. There are many areas inside of a home that can easily harbor mold if you’re not careful. Making sure the conditions in your home do not promote mold growth is important and can save you and your family from struggling with serious health problems.
Coming home to a flooded house is something no one wants to have to deal with. Mold damage can be a nightmare in any home, so it’s imperative to know how to prevent and deal with it if it happens to you. Here are some suggestions on how to deal with and prevent water and mold damage in your home.
Black mold, also known as toxic black mold or Stachubotrys, can cause many serious heath problems if found inside a home. Here are some of the black mold symptoms to watch out for in your home.
We know how to help clean up a house after water damage, but what about day-to-day cleanliness? Here’s a few places in your home that are a lot dirtier than you may have thought – and some ways to keep them clean and free of mold.
At Certified Restoration, we tend to focus on mold restoration in San Diego structures with flood damage, but everyone should constantly be monitoring their home for mold growth. Even in the dry weather of San Diego, it is impossible to completely stop mold spores from entering your home, what’s important is to know how to control it. Here are 7 places everyone should watch for mold in their home.
How do you know you have mold if it’s not visible? A pungent, musty odor is often the first sign of mold, whether you can see the growth or not, but there are other clues that you may need mold removal.
September is Mold Awareness Month, a good time to revisit why living with moisture and mold in your home—even for a brief time—is a bad idea. Besides all the expensive structural damage it can wreak on your home, there’s an even bigger threat: Mold in your home can negatively affect your health.