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What To Know About Mold and Your Business

7/25/2019 (Permalink)

If you believe you have found mold, it's best to contact a professional

Mitigation Steps

One of the things that may cause issues for any Tarrytown, TX, business is mold growth. Fortunately, the more you learn about this fungi the easier it is to prevent. Here are three things to know that can help you take the proper mitigation steps.

1. Mold Thrives in Specific Conditions

The first thing to understand about mold is what it is and how it grows. Is first and foremost a fungus. This means it consumes organic materials, and lives best in areas of darkness and high humidity. Mold, like most fungi, also grows in colonies. This means that most visible mold infestations are actually groups of multiple spores instead. Fortunately, the growth rate is rather slow making it easy to identify and remove.

2. Mold Can Grow in Hidden Places

It's also important to know where mold growth may occur. This fungi is most typically found in places where water damage has been a problem. This is because such damage creates the ideal environment for growth. Be sure to check in areas such as ventilation shafts, behind walls, or under flooring.

3. Mold is Removable

You may be comforted to know that mold is removable. If you find spores on your business property, then you may want to contact a mold remediation service. These professional teams of individuals have the tools and knowledge to test for mold type, and determine the appropriate action for removal. They may also be able to look at the surrounding area for any spreading, or additional problems the spores may have caused.
Preventing mold growth and your place of business can be as easy as understanding the conditions that contribute to growth, where they can grow, and that mold can be removed. If you believe you may have found mold on your property, it's best to contact a professional. They can also answer any questions you may have.

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