There are many places mold can hide in homes. These include behind dry wall, wallpaper, paneling, and beneath carpets and pads. As the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) shows, buildings offer many more hidden areas for mold to grow.
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Have you checked your house for signs of mold? If not, check out earlier post to learn what you should be looking for. Of course the problem is, many of these signs indicate only that you could have mold. Often you don’t see the mold itself, and it’s difficult to check the place where there’s an indication of mold. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a page dedicated to this “hidden mold.”