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How do I prevent mold growth in my home?

The key to preventing mold growth is moisture control. There are many ways to achieve this including repairing leaks in your home—from walls, roof, gutters, plumbing pipes, etc., keeping indoor […]

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How do I prevent mold in my bathroom?

Keep the humidity levels below 55%, ventilate the bathroom after a shower or bath by turning on bathroom exhaust fan, dry wet surfaces, and clean bathroom regularly. You should also […]

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What are the symptoms of mold exposure?

Mold-sensitive individuals may exhibit allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, coughing, itchy eyes, wheezing, and skin irritation. Moreover, mold can trigger asthmatic symptoms that include coughing, wheezing, […]

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How do I know if it’s black mold?

The only way to be able to name mold is to have a sample tested at a qualified laboratory. […]

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Can mold grow on concrete floors?

Not usually. Mold will not grow without a lot of moisture, so keeping your concrete floors clean and dry should prevent mold growth. […]

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Can a leaking ceiling cause mold?

Yes. ANY moisture from any source inside of your home can cause mold. It is important to periodically check your home for leaks. If you notice moisture or water where […]

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Can I sue my landlord for mold or mildew damage?

Yes, you can sue your landlord if you suffered from any illness due to mold in your home. […]

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Does renter’s insurance cover mold damage?

This depends on your specific policy. Your insurance agent and/or adjuster can answer that question for you. […]

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How fast does mold grow after water damage?

Mold can grow within 24 to 48 hours after water damage. […]

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Can black mold cause brain damage?

Yes, long-term exposure to toxic black mold can cause symptoms like memory loss, insomnia, anxiety, depression, confusion, trouble concentrating, and confusion. […]

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