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Water damage stemming from flooding, leaks, or high humidity can affect your home, its contents and promote mold growth. Controlling moisture is critical to prevent mold in the early hours after the initial damage. But how long does it take for mold to grow after water damage?
In a previous blog, we examined the signs of mold exposure and how you can find an outbreak in your home. Today, we will be digging a bit deeper by evaluating how long it could take for you to start showing symptoms. A Varying Timeframe According to Healthline, one important thing to remember is that
If there is one thing that we can all agree on, it’s the importance of protecting our health. And yet, radon and its health risks go overlooked in many homes across America- despite it being the second leading cause of lung cancer; after cigarettes! According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), radon is estimated
Mold Growth During Winter Months As you prepare to host holiday/New Year’s parties, the last thing you want to see is mold in your home. Mold is known for growing in damp settings, with many people assuming that warm temperatures also serve as a key catalyst for growth. But is this true? Today, we are
A Look At Red Mold When most people think of mold, they picture a disturbing green, black, or gray growth. This is why spotting red mold can be more alarming for certain people when they see it inside their homes. Today, we will be taking a look at red mold and its potential risks. What
When we hear about “mold,” we often think of negative thoughts; yet many people aren’t exactly aware of how to spot mold around their homes. There are plenty of different types of mold, including one that goes by the name of Stachybotrys Chartarum, or black mold. Mold can pose serious problems for families, especially individuals