If you own a home in Boise, don’t let the dry climate fool you. Your home, business, commercial property or large residential building, you could still develop dangerous black mold in your walls and ceiling.
Health Hazards of Mold
Black mold is toxic, and it can develop anytime your building has a water leak or experiences excessive indoor humidity. Mold is most commonly found in crawlspaces, basements, bathrooms, attics and kitchens. You could also find it inside walls with leaking plumbing pipes.
- Breathing Difficulties in Those with Lung Disease
- Eye, Nose and Throat Irritation
- Increase in Asthma Attacks
- Increase in Indoor Allergy Symptoms
- Irritation of the Skin
Signs Your Residential or Commercial Property in Boise has Mold
It’s important to understand that when you have mold, the spores could travel anywhere inside your building. That’s because your HVAC system is an extremely efficient way to transport mold. When your HVAC system activates, it can suck mold through the system and into every room via your air registers. Therefore, if you notice any of these signs of mold, you should call a professional mold removal company.
- Black Spots on Walls, Floors and Ceilings
- Condensation on Walls and Windows
- Having a Damp Basement or Crawlspace
- Having an Obvious Water Leak
- Rooms Having Musty or Mildewy Scents
- Water Spots or Stains on Walls and Ceilings
Importance of Mold Inspections
Even if you do not have any signs of mold in your residential or commercial building, you should still consider periodic mold testing, especially if you are a property manager, landlord, home inspector, builder or homeowner. Mold and excess moisture can hide anywhere, and your home or commercial building won’t always show you signs of a mold infestation right away. Getting periodic testing for mold can help you find it faster before it starts affecting the health of your family, residents or employees.
Mold Remediation with Take 2
Take 2 is your one-stop-shop for mold testing and remediation services. While the other guys simply remove the mold and leave you to find a general contractor to replace missing sections of drywall, Take 2 performs all the mold remediation services you need. We will test your building’s air for mold spores, locate all the mold contaminated rooms and remove the mold using high-powered vacuums with HEPA filters. We will also remove all contaminated drywall, ceiling tiles and finishes. After we are finished removing all the mold, we can place air scrubbers inside rooms that were heavily contaminated to provide additional mold removal. Once all the mold is removed from your building, our general contractors will replace all the removed drywall, ceiling tiles and finishes so that your building is completely restored.
To learn more about our mold remediation services, call us at 208-949-0313.