Mold is a single organism that consists of multicellular fungal filaments known as hyphae. The fungus causes biodegradation of different materials which leads to food spoilage as well as property damage. Mold thrives in humid areas and the presence of any leaks or areas that are very humid can cause the rapid growth of mold..

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A flood is the kind of extensive water damage that most people are afraid of. The reality, however, is that most water damage that will affect a property is unlikely to be on that scale unless a catastrophic weather event occurs. Unfortunately, many people make the mistake of thinking as long as a home isn’t..

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When people think about emergencies for a home or workplace that require an emergency response, usually the thoughts go to big, visible catastrophes, like a fire or a flood. But there is one risk to buildings that can occur slowly and invisibly. Unfortunately, once it takes hold, it can run a considerable health risk for..

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The general rule is removing the mold as soon as you see it. But mold is not always visible, and this is why you should not rely on seeing it before you get a mold removal service. Mold grows on the surface of your home and they can cause health problems. Some common effects include..

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Where Does Mold Grow?

Mold is not often considered an emergency in the same way that a fire or a flood on a property is. However, while floods and fires threaten physical safety, the presence of mold can have a hidden, severe threat to health. If unaddressed, mold on a property can cause: Headaches Nausea Vomiting Respiratory conditions like..

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Water damage from a flood or a leaky roof can be a significant concern for property owners. The water itself can short out electrical systems, stain or damage drywall, and even weakening a structure if it is not dealt with. However, there is a secondary effect to water in a building that is no less..

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