Home Goals for the New Year!
Mold is the icky fungi that quietly grows in your basement, garage or bathroom (just to name a few spots). Think of the spaces in your home or office that get the most moisture… have you inspected the air quality or moisture levels? Depending on the ventilation system, you may need a mold inspection for your home this year, to accomplish your home goals.
So what’s the big deal with mold anyway? Yes, there are various types of mold that range in color, size, and habitat. Now, when it comes to air quality, we aren’t talking about the moldy hummus or rotting leftovers in your refrigerator. Although, we do suggest you toss those items out as soon as possible. We’re talking about the mold that has been quietly spreading from wall to furniture and more indoors. Yes, it can latch onto that beautiful luggage stored away in the basement… the horror!
Mold Inspection for Homes or Business
Especially if you’re a home or business owner, it’s very important to keep your tenants in great air quality conditions. You definitely want to avoid making the headlines on the local news channel as the failed landowner who did not properly conduct inspections. Mold inspections for schools are also critical.
Health effects from mold include: coughing, sneezing, sore throats, skin irritations, watery or dry and sore eyes, headaches, nasal and chest congestion. Long term effects can lead to more serious health consequences. This informative video explains how hidden toxic mold growing in your home can affect your well being.
If you or someone you know is suffering from any symptoms listed above, or have unexplained allergies, call us today. You may need a mold inspection for your business or home immediately. We also suggest a visit to the doctor for a check up, just in case.
Established in 1989, we’re a leader for health quality inspections in Dayton, Centerville and most recently expanding our services to Cincinnati, Ohio. We offer amazing services with a reliable and fast working team who solve various indoor environmental concerns.
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