Mold, also known as mildew, is an amiable fungal infection that grows on damp, wet objects. Mold is an essential part of our environment and plays a vital role in nature; however, it should never be allowed to grow anywhere it is not wanted and must be removed immediately if discovered. Common symptoms of mildew are small, white or yellowish spots on the surface of whatever is affected. These patches are actually mold spores and can cause severe respiratory problems in sensitive individuals who are exposed to them. If you suspect mildew growth in your home or office, it is advisable to consult a professional mold inspector before making any drastic action – mold removal is not something that should be taken lightly!Checkout Boston Mold Removal for more info.
Mildew is usually visible to the naked eye, and in very few instances it can be hidden by drywall or other less obvious areas of concern. When mildew spores are present in places where you cannot easily see them, they will settle in the area and begin to grow, spreading from one area of the wall to another until they have reached every corner of the room. This fast-growing fungus thrives on warm, damp conditions, so the first thing to try when conducting mold removal is removing as much water as possible from the suspected area. A vapor extractor may be used to dry out the area, but if the material being dried is in contact with the walls or other surfaces, then using a drywall sprayer or commercial air quality cleaner is recommended to ensure no spores reach indoor air quality parameters.
Once all water is removed, a professional mold inspector will most likely need to be called to diagnose what exactly is causing the mildew or mold to grow. Often time’s black or dark greenish stains on basement walls, floors, and ceiling can be a sign of mold exposure; other symptoms include a musty odor, which is usually associated with wet or damp conditions, and cracking or caving in of drywall, plaster, or sheetrock. In these cases, the mold removal professional must be called to remove and treat the contaminated area. In many cases, indoor air quality certification is not required for persons who perform indoor air purification, but it is strongly suggested that the homeowner be tested before allowing any mold remediation to proceed.
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