Toilet overflow, leaks in plumbing in the walls, malfunctions of household appliances like dishwashers and washing machines, and outside water intrusions can create an environment for mold growth. Even if you’re able to dry things out, mold can grow in those out-of-the-way places in your home that you never see, including under the flooring, behind the baseboard and wallboard, in the ceiling if you’ve had roof damage and even on your personal items.

Health related problems can occur if mold is allowed to establish itself in the home. The introduction of black mold and other varieties of molds have been found to cause some health issues and long term contact can become serious. Choosing to use mold remover from your local hardware store or detergents you have on hand at home are unsuccessful in getting rid of black mold.

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