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Mold And It's Effects By Yvonne Volante

Perhaps you may have found the dreaded mold lurking in your dwelling recently. Perhaps you even had to recondition it up. To be sure, it's ugly, inconvenient, possibly destructive and possibly a hazard to good health. Unfortunately, mold can form anywhere circumstances exist to foster its advance. It regularly evolves in cool damp places. Usually in locations where temperatures range between 40 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, with a relative humidity level of 70% or higher. Though it is possible for certain molds to grow in lower humidity levels, they are not a common occurrence and rarely a concern over the more common types of mold. Read more about your home and other home care issues at http://www.fhhome.com Typical spaces in a domicile where mold tends to take hold are zones such as bathrooms, basements, ceiling tiles, paneling, refrigerators, air circumstanceers, humidifiers and dehumidifiers, trash cans, heating ducts, windowsills, carpeting and other enclosures where wetness may be captured. Mold appears in different ways, each with varying levels of risk to health. In low levels mold is pretty much harmless, but in greater levels the person who comes in contact may suffer allergic symptoms from the spores, as well as more harmful effects. There are two forms of mold called Stachybotrys and Memnoniella which are considered toxic and can have a no-nonsense effect on a persons health. Smaller symptoms of exposure to these toxic molds may include a rash, flu-like symptoms, diarrhea, respiratory difficulties, eye irritations, difficulty breathing, sinus inflammation, headaches, fatigue and sore throat. More austere symptoms of exposure to toxic mold may include ear inflammation, nose bleeds, bleeding of the lungs, memory loss and arthralgia (joint pain). Exposure to any type of mold can always have the possibility of bringing on negative health effects, so it is wise to remove mold when it is found and to foster contingencys, which can help minimize the chances of mold appearing again in the future. First of all, if you find mold in your domicile, purify it right away. For mold advancing on solid material
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like metal, basic soap and detergent should do the trick. Be sure to dry them immediately afterward. For materials more porous, where mold has sunk in, such as mattresses or other furnishings, the material should be replaced, as it is impossible to remove mold completely from these materials. To prevent mold from forming in the future, check for any and all sources of wetness. In bathrooms check for leaky faucets or pipes which are no-nonsense culprits for fostering the incidents for mold raiseth. Once you have finished, lower the humidity level of your dwelling to between 30 and 60%. Since most mold advances in circumstances of 70% relative humidity of higher, keeping humidity low in your home will greatly reduce the risk of mold forming again in the future. The steps set forth above are very urgent to follow, especially for those who may suffer from allergies. An ounce of deterrence now could save you inconvenience, discomfort, as well as funds in the years ahead. Yvonne Volante, the author, has had extensive experience with http://www.moldcasr.com and writes for moldcasr.com, which is the premier mold resource on the internet. You can see all of the articles over at http://www.moldcasr.com

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Does Black Mold Scare You? By Damion Rutherford

It should! Toxic black mold accounts for more than 90 percent of all allergy problems, according to research at the Mayo Clinic in 1999. Toxic black mold, also scientifically known as Stachybotrys, can not only be detrimental to your home’s foundation and your items you have in the home, but the mold can cause serious health problems that you need to be aware of. Black mold is a harmful fungus that can lead to toxic mold syndrome, which causes asthma allergies, such as coughing and wheezing, etc. Toxic black mold has also been blamed for causing the deaths of some infants in the last couple of years. This toxic mold is not something to take lightly, especially if you suspect that you have it in your home. There are solutions! Indoor air quality is essential to maintaining a healthy home. Clean air is obtained by prevent black mold and mildew from growing anywhere in your home. Read more on this topic on our section about indoor air quality. Mold Testing - does it help? Mold testing will let you know what types of mold are growing on your home, will identify what percentage of the air you breathe is actual mold particles, and how the different types of mold that is present will affect your health. Mold kits can be bought to test your home yourself, the sample is gathered by you and then it is sent to a lab where it is identified. Take the proper precautions when taking the sample, wear a surgical mask and gloves, and clothing that is easily washable. Please keep in mind that the safest way to find out if you have mold in your home is to contact a mold remediation inspector. A Professional mold inspection completed by a mold inspector will give you an accurate assessment of mold growth in your home. Find out what services mold inspectors provide here. Damion Rutherford is the President for http://www.black-mold-remediation.com. Find more great articles and tips at http://www.black-mold-remediation.com

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