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Mold is a natural element in the environment that helps break down dead organic material. All that’s fine until you find mold in your home or business. That’s when you need a mold expert to help you identify the best way to get rid of it.
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What Kind Of Mold Do You See?
There are many different types of mold around Georgia, but the most common types of mold found in Atlanta are:
Aspergillus– often found on food and in air ducts, this type of mold if fairly troublesome to people with allergies
Cladosporium– this kind of mold commonly looks like pepper and often grows on the back of toilets, in fiberglass air ducts and on painted surfaces. This type of mold can trigger allergic reactions and cold like symptoms.
Stachybotrys “The Black Mold”– This mold is commonly found in areas of severe flooding or water leaks and can be in the carpets, flooring, insulation and other areas. It can cause a variety of health issues including respiratory problems, chronic fatigue, persistent headaches and more.
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Important to know because if occupants are suffering ill health, this could indicate that there are indoor air quality issues potentially caused by mold.
This question gives our inspector some idea of how old the the structure is and potential aging concerns that could lead to moisture issues.
If you have experienced ill health, the length of time in the building could give clues as to the extent of the air quality issues.
Many homes have sump pits and pumps to prevent flooding, but it is important that they are functioning properly.
If the answer is yes, then this could provide further clues as to where the potential moisture issues originated from that caused the mold issues.
Again, if the answer is yes, strong clue of the potential cause of mold concerns.
If the windows leak or sweat this could indicate that there are moisture issues in the home causing mold.
If the windows were recently replaced and not installed properly, this could cause moisture issues leading to mold.
One of the most common causes of moisture in homes, is leaky roofs. If the home is older and the roof has not been inspected, this could be a potential source of the mold problem.
The HVAC system of the home is the lungs of the home. If it is not operating properly, the air quality could be poor.
Bathrooms create significant amounts of moisture in the home. If there are no exhaust fans, this could be a significant source of moisture potentially leading to mold issues.
Fans vented into attics is a common construction flaw that leads to mold problems in properties.
Dryers should be vented outside, if not, this will create significant moisture issues.
Important question because the potential moisture problems could have been caused by poor construction practices during the upgrade.
This is another important question because sometimes during interior renovations mold is discovered but not properly cleaned up and can result in cross-contamination throughout the home.