Mold breaks down organic material making it crucial for the environment. It thrives in moist conditions and loves to live inside people’s homes as the conditions there are nearly perfect for it. The temperature is right. The humidity is often optimal. By producing at least 200 toxins, household mold is a leading cause of indoor air pollution. In fact, indoor air quality is often far worse than the air quality outdoors. The presence of mold in a home contributes to a variety of respiratory illnesses such as asthma. Given this is one of the most common chronic illnesses, mold presents a real public health threat. Homeowners need to be diligent about getting a mold inspection as often as is warranted.
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