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What you should know if you suspect you have mold.
- If you think you have mold in your home, it’s time to give us a call. Mold can be a daunting word. It makes you automatically think about the health and safety of your family, and those dollar signs start creeping into your mind. There’s a lot to learn about mold. With so many different types, that come in various colors, patterns, and sizes, you need an expert to evaluate and test your home. Whether you’re calling us because you have water damage and suspect mold, or visibly see it, we’ll get to the source of the problem, check it out and get it remediated, if necessary.
- When mold removal is required, we’ll set up a containment, safely dispose of the mold and then test the air quality to be sure the mold wasn’t toxic. If this all sounds a little overwhelming, don’t worry. Our trained mold remediation team will take care of everything for you, while keeping you in the know.
- It’s important to understand some of the symptoms you could experience if mold is present in your home. Indoor mold often causes sneezing, coughing, eye irritation, nasal congestion, runny nose, skin rash or difficulty breathing. Please note that this list is not comprehensive, and a medical professional should be contacted if you believe you or someone close to you is experiencing health issues as a result of exposure to mold.
- Those who are at a higher risk when exposed to mold are pregnant women, children and babies, the elderly, individuals with immunocompromising diseases or conditions (e.g. individuals with HIV, certain cancers, etc.) or individuals with respiratory issues (e.g. those with asthma, allergies, etc.) Again, Home Angels recommends contacting a medical professional if you or your family members fit into any of these categories and have mold in your home.