New Hampshire

How To Fight Mold And Mildew

New Hampshire Mold Testing and InspectionsWhen it comes to mold and mildew in New Hampshire the best way to fight is to keep your home dry. Mold and mildew are pretty much the same, as mildew is actually a fungus.

A lot of times people get confused between mold and mildew and soap scum. It’s always a good idea to be sure that all of the areas in your home that get wet on a regular basis such as, the shower or the sinks in the bathroom and the kitchen are caulked well and drip free. If you see mold and mildew creeping through the tile, or the grout, there is a good chance of a nightmare on the other side of the wall.

 

If you need mold inspection services in New Hampshire, call Mold Test USA
1-877-701-2606

 

Mold and mildew need three things in order to survive. Oxygen, food, and moisture. Notice I did not say water. Mold only needs moisture in order to grow. So how do we eliminate mold and mildew? By eliminating the only thing that is possible to eliminate, and that is the moisture.

The reason mold and mildew was put here on earth is to decay materials. If it wasn’t for mold we would be living on a pile of trees. If you suspect mold in your New Hampshire home or if you have any questions call Mold Test USA and speak with a mold specialist.

Of course no one wants a mold and mildew issue in New Hampshire or anywhere else on the planet. However, if you can see what you feel is just a little bit of mold in all reality you are looking at millions of mold spores piled on top of each other. This is formed into what is called a mold colony. You can’t actually see mold with the naked eye so if you can see it at all, there is more mold and mildew there than you think.

New Hampshire is a beautiful state, but trust me a mold problem can turn your New Hampshire home into a complete nightmare. It is really a good idea to have mold testing done at least once a year for precautionary reasons.

For more information, speak with a mold specialist at Mold Test USA
1-877-701-2606

 

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