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Should You Be Concerned About Mold In Your Phoenix Area HomeOr Business?

Yes, if the contamination is extensive. When airborne mold spores large numbers, they can cause allergic reactions, asthma episodes, infections, and other respiratory problems for people. Exposure to high spore levels can cause the development of an allergy to the mold. Mold can also cause structural damage to your home. Similarly, when wood goes through a period of wetting, then drying, it can eventually warp and cause walls to crack or become structurally weak.

Why Is MOLD a Problem Today?

Since the 1970’s when there was a shortage of oil, home construction has changed dramatically. It is now common practice to heavily insulate homes, wrap the exterior with a vapor barrier, and create less ventilation from the outside air. This can cause the potential for mold growth if there is a water event, like a roof leak. Phoenix roofing materials are subjected to severe weather which compounds the problem.

Mold Is a Fungus.

The main purpose of mold is to break down dead materials, like wood and fiber that are used in build-in materials. There are good molds and bad molds. Some molds are used in making antibiotics, beer, and cheese. For example, while others types of molds can cause serious health effects.

Mold Growth Can Start As Soon As 24 Hours After a Roof Leak Has Occurred!

Mold can often be seen in the form of a discoloration or a stain. When molds are present in large quantities, called colonies, they become a health concern. Some people are sensitive to molds. Exposure to molds can cause symptoms such as nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, wheezing, or skin irritation and can trigger Asthma episodes. Some people, such as those with serious allergies to molds, may have more severe reactions. Severe reactions may include fever and shortness of breath.

Mold Growth In a Building Is Often Hidden!

You may suspect hidden mold if roof leaks go unaddressed or occupants are reporting health issues or there is a musty odor. Mold may be hidden in places such as back side of dry wall, paneling, the top side of ceilings or ceiling tiles, the underside of carpets and pads. Other areas can be behind walls or above ceiling tiles where moisture has occurred or around windows and inside duct work. There are many places for mold to “hide” and only a trained inspector with the proper equipment can find these hiding places. The qualified roof inspectors at The Roof Medics can indenify these issues anywhere in the Phoenix metro area.

Remember...

A leaky roof is one of the most common challenges faced by property owners. When the roof leaks, a variety of problems can follow, from infestations of mold and mildew to damaged foundations. It is important, therefore, for property owners to know how to find and repair those inevitable drips and leaks.

 

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