Where mold hides in buildings

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.

Buildings offer ceiling tiles, drip pans, thermal or acoustic liners inside ductwork, and roofing material above the ceiling tiles. There are also a lot more pipe chases and utility tunnels where leaks can occur, leading to mold growth.

If you notice discoloration or musty smells in your building or if occupants are experiencing unexplained allergy symptoms, contact us. We handle commercial as well as residential mold remediation jobs, and can quickly respond to mold outbreaks of all sizes.

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