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How To Detect and Remove MOLD

If you’re a homeowner with mold in your basement, attic, or laundry room it’s important to take the necessary actions to remove Mold. Mold can be one of the most dangerous and toxic things you deal with around your house, so before taking any action make sure that you have this page open and are following the instructions as they’re given to avoid serious consequences.

Part I: Exposure

The first part of this guide will lay out the basics of understanding mold problems and what you can use to track down the mold living in your home.

Part II: Identification

The second part of this guide will walk you through the process of identifying where the mold is actually located and then documenting its features.

Part III: Removal

The third part of this guide will fully show you how to properly clean away any mold and then make sure that it doesn’t come back. You can skip to this section if you don’t care about the rest of the information in this guide.

Part IV: Prevention

Last but not least, in the fourth part of this guide you’ll discover how to keep mold from returning and leave your home in better shape than it was before.

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Step 1: Exposure Problems

If you have small mold spores living in your house then there’s no problem so long as they’re contained somewhere where you don’t interact with them. Once you come into direct contact with these small spores then there’s a chance that your health can begin to suffer.

If you suspect that you may have mold in your house, but aren’t sure what to look for, the first step is to figure out the level of exposure that you’re dealing with.

Step 2: Check for Condensation

The first step to finding out if you have mold in your home or not is to find where there may be water damage. Moisture is one of the biggest reasons that mold can begin to grow in your house, so if you find that there are areas with a lot of condensation then you’ll want to take a closer look at them before continuing.

There are three main areas where you’re going to inspect the mold.

1. Look for droplets of water on the ceiling. This is a sign that the water in your house is creating condensation and that it’s leaking into your house. As you can see in the image above, there are several signs that something has leaked into this room and there are also several signs that it had been dripping down from the ceiling.

2. Take a close look at any areas in your basement, as these walls may have been leaking into it for some time without anyone knowing about it.

3. If you live in an area where there is a lot of humidity then you may find that the walls and ceilings in your house are constantly wet. Once you start finding signs of condensation, take a closer look at all of the areas where this has been happening.

Step 3: Check for Mold

There are a few ways to see if mold is present on your ceiling. The first method is to simply take a look at your ceiling and see if there are any spots that are visibly darker than the rest of the ceiling. You can also use an infrared camera to take a look at your ceiling and check for these dark spots. If you have either of these cameras, then you can use it to look for different colored lights, which will show you where there may be mold on the ceiling. You can also use an ultraviolet light to check for the presence of mold.

To see if there’s any mold growing around the area that you’re concerned about, you can spray some water onto the wall and then look for signs of mold spotting. This is a great way to check for small areas of damage without having to use any chemicals or bother trying to find a disturbing looking area. If you do have an infrared camera, then this is the best time to use it in order to find these spots before they become larger.

If you do find mold, then the next step is to photograph it and take a video. Mold changes colors depending on how much light is hitting it, so having multiple pictures can help you keep track of the damage.

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Step 4: Find Out How Much Damage You Have

The best way to document the damage is to take a few pictures from different angles and distance with your phone. The more pictures that you take, the better your documentation will be when you go to file a claim with your insurance company. This document is both important for keeping track of the incident, as well as for assessing the level of damage.

Step 5: Take Care of the Mold

Taking care of the mold in your home is actually a pretty simple process that will require a few things. The first thing that you’ll need to do, if you haven’t already, is to buy some basic supplies. If the situation can not be handled by you then contact EZ Flood Restoration USA for Mold inspection and removal process.

Conclusion:

Mold is a big hazard for your home. There are some tricks by which you can handle it by yourself but it is always better to approach a Professional for the mold removal process as it can create more damage if it didn’t removed properly.

Author Bio:- Walter Mealey

Walter is a marketing manager at EZ Flood Restoration USA. With extensive knowledge of water damage and flood restoration, he writes articles about the cause and remedy of Mold growth, remodeling Kitchen and Bathroom with latest plumbing innovation and technology, how to Crawl Space after flood, and tips to get rid of Fire and Smoke Damage. Stay updated with recent articles and grab comprehensive knowledge of common ways the flood damage affects your home and business and what proactive steps you take to overcome it as well as modern tools that can keep you alert about the happening of natural and accidental uncertainties.

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