Mold Remediation

No one wants mold in their home. Aside from being disgusting  and smelling bad it can also cause structural damage and cause some real health hazards along with it. In areas where flooding has occurred or there is poor ventilation and high humidity such as a basement bathroom, or under a leaky sink mold can grow happily on sheetrock and wood surfaces which it uses for a food source. Removing mold and the surfaces it grows on reduces the exposure to toxins it can create. Mold primarily affects your respiratory system.  For people who already have breathing difficulties like asthma, are the most at risk.  Mold can also cause recurring sinus infections, allergic reactions, and even pneumonia as well as skin rashes in some people.