Mold in your home can cause serious health problems. We will be addressing two types of mold growth. One is surface mold growth that can be cleaned with a little elbow grease, and the other is a deeper problem that needs professional mold remediation. But how much mold is too much?
The evolution of mold inspections has enabled mold inspectors to see inside your walls using cameras, infrared and wall-check samples.
A mold inspection camera, also known as a boroscope is used to inspect mold in walls and other areas that are hard to see. It is actually a camera, even though it appears to be an alien device. The camera is located near the tip, and the tip is lit by a strong light.
A certified mold inspector can help determine if mold is a serious issue. A mold inspector can use the camera to determine if mold is growing behind walls or on the wall’s surface. A mold inspector can identify the contributing factors to mold growth and help you find a solution.
Mold can often be found on walls when there is high humidity. Mold can grow in an environment where moisture and dirt condensate. Mold can grow on most surfaces of materials in humid environments, particularly those in closets or closed rooms in Hermosa, by the sea.
If mold is not properly cleaned and allowed to grow, it can pose a serious health risk. Water damage and hidden mold can lead to health problems. Mold growth can be prevented by regular cleaning and lowering humidity in your home.