A homeowner in South Berwick, ME found mold on the walls, windows, and ceiling of her attic. Not sure what to do, the woman called her neighbors. Her neighbors suggested contacting a local mold cleanup company that had previously taken care of their mold. Frantic, the woman called the company who came to clear the areas of mold. After they had finished, the woman thanked the technicians and assumed her attic was finished.
The need for mold removal after water damage is not uncommon. However, if water damage mitigation is handled properly, the likelihood of dealing with mold is drastically reduced. If flood cleanup is performed poorly, you will usually have mold growth which a local Merrimack, NH business recently learned the hard way.
Mold is not very fun to deal with. It can develop if given food, moisture and time to grow. Many building materials can be susceptible to microbial growth, especially during times when there is a lot of rain or humidity. As such, it often develops in places like the attic, the basement, or near plumbing fixtures such as under the sink or by the shower. There are many different types of mold, and they impact people differently. Some can cause health issues and those concerns should be brought up...
The idea of mold in your home instantly causes anxiety for many people. If you suspect mold problems there are certain things you should consider during your effort to remedy the situation. Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration is a certified mold remediation firm serving Goffstown, New Hampshire (NH) and surrounding towns. This article serves to help our current and prospective clients put their potential mold issues in perspective.