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Can You Live In A House During Mold Remediation?

Rainbow International Of Mississauga & Halton
Publication date:
June 6, 2019
Article Summary: 

This article discusses mold remediation, including whether it's safe to live in a house during the process, what safe mold remediation practices entail, the dangers of mold in the home, and ways to prevent mold growth. The article recommends vacating the home during mold remediation, particularly if the mold damage is in main living areas or if family members have compromised immune systems. Safe mold remediation practices include inspection, containment, air filtration, cleaning and sanitization, and tear-out and repair. Mold can cause health problems and affect the structural integrity of the home, making it essential to address mold problems promptly. Preventing mold growth involves maintaining a safe indoor humidity level, drying wet areas promptly, improving ventilation and airflow, fixing leaks, and performing annual plumbing maintenance. The article promotes the services of Rainbow Restoration for safe and professional mold remediation services.


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Rainbow International Of Mississauga & Halton
Can You Live In A House During Mold Remediation?
June 6, 2019
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