Mold Growth

Some articles on mold, mold growth:

Antimicrobial - Antifungals
... Antimicrobials and Home Mold remediation - Anti-fungal treatments are frequently sought-after to treat mold growth in damp or wet home materials that exhibit mold growth ... Note that most home mold problems are moisture/water-caused and the solution for conquering the mold growth is most dependent upon the water/moisture control and ... Cleaning mold-damaged materials may result in a visually acceptable appearance but most cleaning methods do not kill mold or prevent its return ...
Mold Health Issues - Exposure Sources and Prevention - Air
... Prevention of mold exposure and ensuing health issues include prevention of mold growth in the first place by avoiding a mold-supporting environment ... Extensive flooding and water damage can support huge numbers of mold growth ... with more than 3 feet of indoor flooding, demonstrated higher levels of mold growth compared with homes with little or no flooding ...
Mold Growth, Assessment, And Remediation - Protection Levels - Level IV - Hidden Mold
... you should look out for any signs of hidden mold growth ... You can detect mold by the smell and any sign of water damage on the walls or ceiling ... Mold can grow in many places that are not visible to the human eye in the indoor environment ...

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