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Attic Mold Removal
It’s easy to overlook your attic space in your home, but keeping it dry is critical to preventing mold growth, lets talk about attic mold removal
Mold is not only bad for your health, but it is also bad for the walls, ceiling, and flooring in your home.
Attics are commonly used for storing valuable items and decorations that you want to protect and preserve.
Unfortunately, if your attic becomes infested with mold, the mold can ruin any items stored there.
Mold can grow in a variety of situations, and we are here to inspect, test, and remove any potentially dangerous mold.
Mold in Attics: What Causes It?
- Vents that have become obstructed by insulation or other material.
Air flow is critical in attics, and mold growth can occur if air cannot freely flow in and out of the space.
Inadequate insulation. Inadequate attic insulation can lead to mold growth, especially during the winter months.
Condensation occurs when hot air from inside the house rises into the attic and collides with the cold decking.
- Bathroom fans are not properly vented.
After a hot shower, some bathroom vents open directly into the attic, releasing a large amount of warm, moist air. This is an excellent way to encourage mold growth in an attic.
- The roof is leaking.
Roof holes or leaks can allow rainwater and other moisture into the attic.
Even after a leak has been repaired, the moisture must be properly removed to avoid mold growth.
It is critical to conduct routine inspections of your attic to ensure that no mold is growing on the ceilings, walls, or flooring.
Molds come in a variety of varieties, each with its own set of treatment requirements.
If you discover mold in your home, please contact us right away to request a free estimate!
Experts in Mold Remediation in Indiana
Please contact us if you notice mold growth in your home or business. call (321) 435-2445
Our Indiana mold remediation experts will respond quickly to limit the amount of damage.
We also provide mold removal in kitchens and bathrooms, attics, and commercial properties.
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Give us a call today if you need professional mold inspection, remediation, or restoration services in the beautiful state of Indiana.
We are delighted to provide free estimates to all prospective customers!
Mold Removal in Kitchens and Bathrooms Indianapolis
Kitchens and bathrooms are high-water-use areas in the home, making them ideal for mold growth.
- Water can be found in sinks, bathtubs, garbage disposals, dishwashers, and refrigerators.
One of those items may leak at some point.
Unfortunately, these leaks are difficult to detect and can go undetected for long periods of time.
Leaks that continue to drip water for an extended period of time are prone to mold growth, including black mold.
Kitchens are a major source of “hidden mold” in your home, but Mold Removal Indianapolis can assist.
Mold spores can be detected throughout the home, particularly in the kitchen and bathroom, and we can provide you with the necessary techniques to kill mold before it has a chance to take over your wooden surfaces, organic materials, damp towels, and other porous materials.
Our professional technicians are trained to detect even the most hidden mold and excess moisture in your home.
Call us right away if you need mold removal in your kitchen or bathroom (321) 435-2445
Mold Growth Areas:
Although mold spores can fall anywhere and take root in almost any location in your home, there are some common areas where mold can be found.
These are some examples:
- Under the flooring,
- inside the cabinets,
- between the cabinets and the drywall
- on the bathroom
- on the bathroom wall tiles
Allowing water to leak from the kitchen sink, for example, will result in water damage and mold growth in the cabinet, under the cabinet, and between the cabinet and the entire wall.
You may notice the damaged cabinet shelf, but you may not notice any of the other potential mold growth areas! Unfortunately, mold is usually more widespread than what is immediately visible.
Mold in bathrooms is similar.
Mold could grow inside the vanity, under the vanity, and between the vanity and the drywall if water drips or leaks from the bathroom sink. Then there’s the shower or bathtub.
Ceramic tile showers can leak water due to cracks in the tile grout lines over time.
You could have a major mold problem if the tiles were attached to drywall!
Untreated mold can harm the structure of your home as well as the health of your family.
Mold in your home can degrade air quality, causing or exacerbating respiratory problems such as asthma and allergies.
The sooner you remove the mold and its source, the less damage there will be.
We have the knowledge and experience to handle these issues.
Hundreds of mold removal projects in kitchens and bathrooms have been completed by us.
We can take care of both the mold removal and restoration aspects of the job.
In addition to mold removal, we can show you how to prevent mold from returning.