Molds refer to the several thousand different species of fungi that happen to be important in the biodegradation process or the decaying of organic materials. They come in different colors, shapes, and sizes, although most homeowners recognize them as the greenish or black spots that grow in moisture-rich areas of their houses.
All molds require moisture to grow, and that’s why they often appear in water-damaged properties. They can grow on items that are made of natural materials, like wooden furniture, leather shoes, and cotton carpets. They can also grow on surfaces that have been treated with paints or stains containing natural oil.
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Mold infestation is associated with a number of health problems, some of which you might not even realize are being caused by the mold growth in the first place. Mold spores can spread and contaminate indoor air, causing various problems that can affect the inhabitants’ well-being and quality of life. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns that “excessive exposure to mold-contaminated materials can cause adverse health effects in susceptible persons, regardless of the type of mold or the extent of contamination.”
Mold infestation can cause the following:
At Mackenzie Restoration, we know for a fact that dealing with molds can be difficult, especially if your property is experiencing severe infestation. However, thanks to our experienced crew and our modern tools and equipment, you can rest assured that we can get rid of the mold more quickly than they can invade your home or commercial property. Please call us now at 203-457-8581 or contact us to learn more.
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