Having mold in your house?
Mold formation and development is the common problem of homeowners affecting not only the properties but as well as the health condition. However, some homeowners couldn’t identify if there is an existing mold formation in their properties. In this article, we will give you some pointers if your house has mold.
HEALTH PROBLEMS SUDDENLY OCCURRED
If you are suffering from any of the following health problems and allergies each time you’re inside of your house, then you might think what is the cause of that? If you feel better when you are outside or whenever you leave your house, then there is a possibility that one of the factors contributing to your worsening health condition is a mold.
Mold could easily give you allergies and extreme illness. Here are the following warning symptoms that mold is existing in your property: Symptoms of mold allergies include:Coughing, Sneezing, Sore, Itchy throat, Congestion and runny nose, Sinus headaches, Wheezing and difficulty breathing, Itchy, watery eyes, Irritated, itchy skin Better to call the professionals to help you with removing and cleaning as soon as possible to prevent you and your family from possible allergies and illnesses you might get from molds.
MOLD PRESENCE IN YOUR HOUSE
Molds are destructive and dangerous. But you can still prevent it from growing if you know the key warning signs that your house is prone to molds. Here are some warning signs:
Visible – you could easily determine a mold if you obviously see it.
Mold odor – not all molds have a smell but usually, you could identify a mold if you smelled something foul odor from something in your properties or stuff in your house.
Mold growth: color – if you see tiny spots forming in areas that are usually wet, leaks, discoloration of walls, ceilings, floors, and so on, you could probably say that mold is forming there. Molds are usually different in colors: gray-green, white-black, brown-gold, gray-brown, and many more – but they are all molds.
Water leaks – some molds are covering areas that have water leaks. If there’s a damaged water source, better to fix it as soon as possible to prevent mold existence.
Flood history – if your area experienced flooding, there is a big chance that your house is vulnerable to mold growing and development.