Losing the Unwanted Tenant: Mold

Let’s face it, when moisture moves in, so does mold.

That’s all the worse for those of us who were inundated with water a few months ago. The current hot streak is bound to be vaporizing some of that excess moisture, but once it has turned into humidity trapped in your house, you still have a perfect environment where mold wants to move in. You’ll know it when you smell the musty, mildewy scent. And it could be coming from receding flooding, or also plumbing leaks, leaky ac unites, the infamous basement, or a dozen other places.

You’re less in need of a fungicide, and more in need of stable ventilation and a good cleaning. For some tips on cleaning up, check out our Mold Cleanup Guidelines

If you’re in California, you might want to give us a call and see about getting an assessment from Byebyemold.

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