Black mold can have several adverse health effects.
Stachybotrys chartarum is a type of mold more widely known as “black mold” or “toxic mold.” While there are questions about the dangers of black mold, the fact is that all mold growth in your home, regardless of color or type, should be treated to prevent expensive property damage and unpleasant health symptoms. Black mold has been linked with a number of health issues, making many homeowners worried about the risks of it appearing in their house.
At Complete Home Solutions, we provide safe removal of all types of mold. If you think you have a mold problem in your home, contact us immediately. Trying to remove the mold yourself could release spores and mycotoxins, leading to health risks. Additionally, our experts will find the source of the mold and eliminate it.
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Like all types of mold, black mold feeds on organic materials found throughout your house, such as drywall, carpet, wood subflooring and insulation. Black mold is more common in areas prone to moisture like the basement, bathroom and attic. There are some common misconceptions about black mold, mostly regarding the dangers of it. All mold poses health risks to a home's inhabitants, and you should get professional help if you find any type of mold in your house.
Mold is a serious danger to your home and the people in it, so don't wait to address the problem. If you need black mold remediation or any other type of mold removal, call Complete Home Solutions to learn more about mold remediation cost.
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