Does Mold Damage in my Dayton Home Have Any Upsides?
The Short Answer to Mold Growth Advantages is NO
Mold is one of the most common types of damage in American homes and can be a problem that varies significantly in size and scope depending on environmental conditions, species of mold, and noticeability. While most homeowners are well aware that mold is a damaging factor in their homes and should be removed by all means necessary, some also may wonder whether mold damage in Dayton can have some upsides.
The short answer is no, mold damage in your Dayton home is almost invariably detrimental. Mold eats away at the things that make up your home, directly eroding furniture, building materials, and any other organic matter it can latch onto. Over time, these effects can ruin entire surfaces and leave behind a dangerous, difficult-to-remove dead mold colony. By the time mold can eat through all of its local food sources, it should also have spread to other nearby surfaces and areas, compounding problems. Mold should always be eliminated as quickly as possible by a trained, professional company like SERVPRO.
However, the actions we take to remediate mold in your home may also leave it in a state even better than it was before the infestation formed. Our deodorizers can eliminate odors not only from mold growth but also from other environmental factors such as smoke and decay. Should we need to repair or restore a portion of the structure, we may also be able to patch up holes, scratches, and imperfections in the process. We may also be able to apply fresh coats of specialized mold-resistant paint around the house, giving it a fresh, new look in addition to safeguarding against future mold growth. We always make an effort to help out your home as best we can in our work and often leave the place in better condition than it has ever been in.
SERVPRO of Lafayette is a local damage mitigation and restoration company with the tools and training to combat mold damage of any size in your home. Just give us a call at (765) 420-0077.
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