You’re at risk for mold and that’s a health problem.
Here are some tips that will lower or eliminate your risk:
You’ll know if mold is making you sick if you are struggling with chronic sinus infections. 9 out of 10 people with chronic sinusitis are breathing in mold.
Mold often grows on carpets, walls, floors, floors and other areas in a home.
If there’s mositure, then mold can grow.
Mold is often found in damp areas of houses and apartments: bathrooms, laundry rooms, basements, kitchens, and crawl spaces.
Tip #3: Mold is not something you can totally control. And it’s not something that you ever elimintate completely. If you have mold growing in your home, it’s crucial to clean up the mold. But also, it’s important to fix the problem causing the dampness and mold. You can purchase a dehumidifier or hygrometer. When it’s cold outside, keep your home warm. As the temperature goes down, mold growth is more likely. Try adding insulation to cold surfaces around your home: floors, windows, exterior walls, etc.