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The experts at Hurricane LLC are available to help you find answers to your questions for a variety of reasons, regardless of what brought you here. It is crucial to take quick action and have the issue fixed if you suspect that your residence or place of business may have this kind of issue. Not because you are at imminent risk, but rather because it is simpler to solve these kinds of issues if you find them early on. Spend some time browsing our website to find the answers to your questions. Call us at (404) 512-2726 to speak with a customer service agent.
How to Get Rid of Mold
Any customer complaints are taken seriously at Hurricane LLC. We don’t have a problem firing an inspector if we believe the issue is serious enough or complaints keep coming in with the hope of replacing them with someone better. This guarantees that every one of our clients receives the best value for their money and a capable, diligent inspector to assess their property.
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Frequently Asked Question
Molds consume the material that they are growing on because they aid in the decomposition of plants and cellulose-based materials (walls, and floors). They use the substance to complete a metabolic process, and the waste is produced as a result. Mycotoxins are another name for this waste. If exposed long enough, these toxins may be harmful. Molds themselves can also be a problem. Many genres fall under the category of allergens. They may result in eye/skin irritation, nosebleeds, headaches, and asthma. In cases of extreme exposure, some species can also cause infection. People with weakened or compromised immune systems should also receive special consideration. Children, the elderly, and those with immune disorders like HIV are a few examples. These individuals are more vulnerable to the negative effects of mold exposure.
It may be necessary to conduct a mold inspection and test because some molds are concealable. There is a certain amount of mold in every house. To ascertain how much and what kind of mold is present, mold testing will be required. Testing for mold could reveal whether there is a hidden mold issue within the walls. As of right now, there are no standards or recommendations for fungal sample results. There are neither typical nor acceptable levels. If indoor mold tests reveal levels of mold that are
- higher than outdoor mold levels
- present indoors but not outdoors
- the indoor mold is pathogenic
Mold gets inside your house as tiny spores. To start developing, breaking down, and destroying, the spores require moisture. Molds can develop on virtually any material, including paint, wallpaper, carpet, wood, ceiling tiles, sheetrock, and insulation. Your home’s furnishings, including your clothes, could be harmed by mold. Mold grows most effectively in situations with a leaky roof, high humidity, or flooding. Although it is impossible to completely eradicate all molds and mold spores from your home, the best way to stop or stop mold growth is to reduce moisture levels because mold spores cannot grow in the absence of moisture. If mold is already growing in your home, it’s critical to remove the mold and address the dampness issue. If you remove the mold but don’t address the issue, it will probably come back.
Molds emit spores into the air when they are disturbed. Breathing in air that contains these mold spores can expose you. Additionally, eating moldy food, touching moldy objects or unintentional hand-to-mouth contact can expose you.
A mold inspection is crucial if you have a musty odor but no visible mold. If a leak or flood occurred in your home, and the area wasn’t properly dried out, mold may now be growing behind a wall. There will be some mold spores present even in a tidy, dry home, but not enough to pose a health risk. Mold may be concealed behind wallpaper, in the walls or ceiling, or beneath the carpet if you can smell it. Be extremely cautious when examining if you think you may have hidden mold and take precautions to avoid exposure.