Getting the most out of mold remediation is like telling someone how to enjoy a root canal. Professionals should do both processes, as painlessly and efficiently as possible and at a fair price but who wants to go there anyway?
Rather than first discuss the blissful benefits of mold remediation lets discuss how to avoid them if possible first.
Mold Needs Moisture, proper temperature and a food source to grow and develop.
Of these three above requirements we can only really control one
1.All of the built structures are constructed of organic materials. Wood, natural fabrics, drywall, particle board and even the “bio-film” that sticks to concrete and glass or tile are mold food.
2.Most Molds are able to grow well in temperatures between 68-86 degrees. (of course we humans are pretty comfortable in that range too. Some molds grow above and below that range also, way above and below where we as humans would be comfortable.
3.The key to mold control is moisture control.