Mold Prevention

Preventing Mold in Your Home or Business

It is impossible to completely eliminate all mold spores indoors. Mold will always be found floating in the air and in house dust. For this reason, understanding how to kill mold and mildew is key to mold control. One form of mold prevention involves controlling water and moisture in indoors.

Common Questions Our Clients Ask About Mold

  • How to prevent mold in drywall?
  • How to prevent mold in wet carpet?
  • How do I prevent mold growth on my plants?
  • What is the best tactic for crawl space mold prevention?
  • What is the best method for mildew; mold prevention in general?

How to Kill Mold and Mildew

  • Finding mold in your house or business? For mold and mildew control, wash mold off hard surfaces and dry completely. Absorbent materials such as ceiling tiles and carpet may have to be replaced if they are contaminated.
  • For better toxic mold prevention, fix leaky plumbing or sources of exterior water intrusion immediately.
  • For further mold mildew in homes prevention, keep drip pans in your air conditioner and refrigerator and dehumidifier clean and dry.
  • Use exhaust fans or open windows in kitchens and bathrooms when showering, cooking or using the dishwasher.
  • Vent clothes dryers to the outside of the home.
  • Maintain low indoor humidity, ideally between 30-50% relative humidity. Humidity levels can be measured by hygrometers, which are available at local hardware stores.
  • Look for mold behind cabinets or pictures on cold outside walls, where condensation can occur. Keep furniture away from outside walls.
  • Check around air conditioners and furnaces for stagnant water. Keep these units serviced with regular cleaning of ducts and air filters.

If the home you are thinking of buying or selling has mold, do not panic, you can remove unusual mold levels from the home and bring it back to it's original condition. Real Estate Deals Do Not Have to Be Broken!

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