Do You Have Mold Hiding in Your Home?

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When people think of mold, they often think of mold from water damage that’s visible and obvious. But water damage mold is only the tip of the iceberg. The worst household mold won’t necessarily be visible to the naked eye. It could be hiding somewhere you don’t even see.

Mold doesn’t just get into your home after a flood. Mold spores can travel inside through windows, vents, open doorways, and even heating and air conditioning systems. Though mold usually grows in places where there’s lots of moisture, like around roof leaks, pipes and windows, it can also grow elsewhere as long as it finds a nurturing environment.

Most mold thrives at normal room temperatures, so unless your house is regularly above 100 degrees Fahrenheit or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, you could be at ri Continue reading “Do You Have Mold Hiding in Your Home?”