11 Oct 2010

Mold Removal in Commercial Buildings

During the winter months, mold can become a problem inside many homes and business. The spores are brought in on people’s shoes and clothing or float in every time the door opens. Several factors contribute to active mold growth during the winter months.

Moisture
In most areas of the northern hemisphere, winter means rain, snow and ice. All that moisture gets tracked in your front door on wet coats, boots and shoes. Doormats are particularly prone to developing mold problem since moisture in constantly being tracked in and the doormat is left to dry on its own, which it may not do if you live in a wet climate.

Relative Humidity
Winter brings many wet, rainy, snowy days, which can raise the humidity level in your home. Your furnace, while keeping the place warm, doesn’t get rid of the moisture. And mold loves humidity!

Warmth
Finally, that furnace that keeps your home nice and toasty, with lovely steady temperatures, offers ideal growing conditions for mold. Warm and damp conditions, with some organic source to feed on, is all mold needs to get a foothold in your home, business, school or church.

MoldOff
Even if you take every precaution, mold can still get a foothold. When that happens, turn to MoldOff® to control your mold and mildew problems. MoldOff is an innovative product unsurpassed in mold removal and mildew stain removal. The product does not contain chlorine bleach and is environmentally friendly and biodegradable. It can be safely used on hundreds of surfaces and is easy to use … just spray on the affected area and walk away. No scrubbing, no hard work. MoldOff destroys mold all the way down to the roots (unlike bleach products), and can help prevent reoccurrences and its safe for you, your family, pets and the environment.

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