Thursday, August 15th, 2013 by Bill Cowley
Mold has become a hot topic in the state of New Jersey following the flooding that Superstorm Sandy left in her wake. If your basement, or any part of your home, was flooded during the storm or you had a water or moisture problem then mold concerns are probably on your mind. Homeowners are often concerned that although they do not see mold growing that mold is present. These concerns are valid and although you may not see mold growing, if conditions are conducive to mold growth it can be growing in areas that you cannot see.
Here are some common areas of mold growth:
The following are signs that you are at risk for having a mold problem in your home:
If you suspect that mold may be growing in your home contact a mold professional to determine if it is indeed present. Do not disrupt areas that you suspect may have mold to confirm your suspicions. Disturbing areas where mold is growing can cause the spores to be released into the air making for an even more dangerous situation.
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