Mold Removal for Ceiling in Port Charlotte
Most experts agree that the most dangerous mold is the mold that is unseen. Having mold coming into your ceiling is a sure sign that you have a wet area above it. Sometimes you will be able to see mold on your ceiling. This mold can be black, green, brown, or orange. Other indicators of mold problems may include cracked or peeling paint, discoloration, black streaks, musty, damp smell. Mold in the ceilings can spread throughout the home’s structure, to the HVAC system and then to the rest of the house through the vents where it can invade carpets, furniture and even clothing.
Oftentimes bathroom and kitchen ceilings will develop mold because there is inadequate ventilation. You can add fans or extractors to the room to allow moist air to escape. If your house has poor insulation, this can encourage mold growth, including on the ceiling. When the Florida warmer, more humid air meets the cold wall, condensation forms, contributing to mold problems.
It is important to get a professional company to rectify a celling mold issue. Did you know that removing a ceiling can introduce a tremendous quantity of mold spores into the indoor air? Therefore, containment is necessary.