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Discovering that you have mold in your Central Florida home is a nuisance. Mold has the ability to quickly spread, in as little as 48 hours. The allergens and irritants that it produces also have the potential to cause serious health issues. Mold doesn’t get better or go away on its own. In fact, it only gets worse. That’s why you need to contain it as fast as you possibly can. So, if you suspect you may have mold in your home, have a qualified inspector come to your home immediately. Finding a good mold inspector or a mold inspection company i…

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When mold takes up residence in your Central Florida house, it doesn’t only affect your home’s structure - your health is in danger too. Mold loves to grow in moist environments. Be it on foods, carpet, paper, or wood. Mold spores are literally everywhere. Controlling moisture is the key to containing their spread and growth. In small amounts, mold spores are generally harmless. However, when found in large numbers, they can cause a variety of issues. Health issues that range from your health to your home’s structure. Unfortunately, many Centra…

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When planning to renovate your home, you must check your estimates against your budget. Every decision you make during your project will be based on your budget. Unfortunately, your whole budget plan could be thrown out the window if you find mold as you prepare for your home renovation. Not only is mold unsightly, but it can also cause major illness, respiratory distress, and property damage. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary to have the mold removed before continuing with your renovation. Including mold remediation as a part of the before…

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There are a lot of reasons why you should fear the presence of mold in your Central Florida home. Mold remediation can be very costly, time-consuming, and tedious. And to make matters worse, exposure to this fungus may lead to the development of a number of health issues. If that's not bad enough, if you're renting a property, mold can be considered excessive property damage under the landlord-tenant act. Do you suspect that you have mold in your home? If so, it could be the cause of some of the health problems you – or other members of your ho…

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In Florida, mold prevention should always be on the mind of homeowners. With such high humidity throughout much of the year, it is important that homes are always kept cool and dry enough to keep mold at bay. Mold is not only unsightly, but it can also cause illness and respiratory distress in those who are susceptible. Pregnant women, and those with breathing issues, and parents with small children should be particularly aware of the presence of mold. Making the mold problem worse is the fact that many insurance companies do not cover mold dam…

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