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Molds are the most common forms of fungi found on earth. Mold can grow on almost any material as long as moisture and oxygen are present. Most molds reproduce through the formation of spores, microscopic cells that are resistant to drying and are released into the air. Air borne spores are found both indoors and outdoors. When spores land on a moist surface they begin to grow and release chemicals that digest and eventually destroy the surface and underlying materials. The mere presence of mold growth does not necessarily indicate that people in and around the area will exhibit adverse health effects. However, as the amount of mold impacted materials increases so do potential health concerns. Individuals with underlying health conditions, infants, children, or compromised immune systems could be most affected. Dampness and mold in homes are associated with increase in several adverse health effects including congestion, cough, running nose, skin rash, aggravation of asthma, and eye irritation. Mold and Fungi contain many known allergens and toxins that can adversely affect your health.

When microbial contamination is found, it should be eliminated in a way that not only limits the possibility of reoccurrence, but also limits mold exposure to the occupants. There are no practical ways to completely eliminate mold and mold spores in the indoor environment. The way to control indoor mold growth is to control moisture. Mold produces mycotoxins as a defense mechanism against other microorganisms. These mycotoxins are toxic chemical compounds that can enter the body by ingestion, inhalation, and skin contact. They are produced inside and on the surface of mold spores and are not inactivated by killing the mold. The only proper way to remediate mold is to remove it. Significant mold requires professional remediation to insure the removal of mold without spreading mold spores throughout the home.

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