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Mold Prevention Made Easy

2/20/2018 (Permalink)

Mold is one of those discoveries that most building owners hope to never make. While mold has the potential to do good (it is, after all, essential in the creation of brie cheese and penicillin), mold in structures can be extremely detrimental. This fungus feeds on its host surface, and as it grows, the surface beneath it deteriorates. For this reason, mold prevention is key to preserving the overall integrity of your building. If you’re not sure how to prevent mold growth, use these tips provided by your Ridgefield, CT, mold remediation experts:

• Look for problem areas, which may include water damage, standing water and moisture buildup.
• Dry out said areas.
• Fix the problem. This may entail fixing leaky pipes, patching a roof, installing new windows or installing new gutters.
• Equip your building with proper ventilation, and use dehumidifiers to keep humidity levels between 30 and 60 percent.
• Protect your office with mold-resistant products.

Prevention Is Key

Mold can become a problem quickly, and even with professional remediation, there is no guarantee once a patch of mold is removed that there won’t be other patches lurking in the dark. Additionally, mold produces mold spores, which waft in the air until they find an ideal breeding ground. For this reason, it is essential that you prevent water damage and moisture issues from popping up in your office. By keeping moisture at bay, you reduce away the possibility of mold developing in your structure.

If you suspect that your building has mold, contact your Ridgefield, CT, mold remediation team right away. Once the experts have effectively stanched and killed the mold growth, they can advise on what you can do to prevent future outbreaks. This may entail dealing with any water damage as it arises, fixing problem areas and equipping your building with proper ventilation, dehumidifiers and a brand-new gutter system.

Visit http://www.SERVPROdanburyridgefield.com for your mold remediation information. 

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