How to Detect Black Mold


Even if you can’t see mold, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t an issue. Mold can be hiding in your walls, sofa, or floors to name just a few places. One of the most common types of mold is Black Mold. Some of the side effects are coughing, sneezing, a runny nose, fatigue, and headaches. The air may also have a musty smell to it.

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This is because the mold releases spores into the air that you breathe in. These spores can cause moderate long issues if not taken care of. In this video, you will learn how to figure out of you have a mold problem. If you do, contact a black mold removal company right away.

First, be aware of the symptoms mentioned above. If you have these symptoms for a prolonged period of time that are not the result of a cold or allergies, the cause could be black mold. This cause is especially likely if you have had flooding or leaking recently in your home. Mold thrives on a moist environment. Next, look for visible staining on your walls or flooring. Black Mold may create black spots that are visible. However, in other scenarios, it may not. You could buy a test kit at the store, but these often come back positive for even the slightest bit of mold. The best option at this point is to call an expert.


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