As its particles are so tiny, it is not always easy to spot mold presence in your home. You might feel mold related health issues, however, its existence can only be definitely confirmed or denied through mold inspection and mold testing.
Over the Internet, there is an abundance of different advice on how to deal with mold on your own, and there is a whole specter of DIY mold testing and removal kits.
However, tackling mold should never be done by amateurs. It is a dangerous task that demands professionalism, experience and adequate protective equipment.
Mold Busters is a company that possesses these qualities. They operate all around Ottawa and Montreal, and are very successful in the mold removal business.
Mold prevention tips
If you’re lucky enough not to have mold growing in your house; or once mold has been professionally removed from your home, you should do your best to keep it mold free.
There are different prevention methods for every room:
1. Bathroom mold prevention
Thanks to all the water you can find in a bathroom, this part of your home is promised land for mold growth. High humidity combined with poor ventilation make the perfect conditions for mold growth. So, the most important thing to do when your bathroom is at stake is get rid of the excessive water and keep the space ventilated.
You can do that by:
•Keeping bathroom doors and windows open during and after showering
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