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Combating Kitchen Mold In Your Jacksonville Home

12/29/2017 (Permalink)

Several factors contribute to mold damage occurring in your Jacksonville’s home kitchen.

Mold In Your Kitchen

When people think about the possibility of mold in their Jacksonville homes, they usually think about dark and moist areas like the basement. Surprisingly, this is not the only area of your home that might have to contend with the production of mold. Kitchens are another breeding ground for this fungus, which could go unchecked in the hustle and bustle of your daily life.

Several factors contribute to mold damage occurring in your Jacksonville’s home kitchen. The first of these would be the presence of moisture on a regular basis. Water in the air is a significant catalyst for the seating of mold spores and allows them the proper conditions to grow and thrive. Once you stop and think about it, many circumstances generate a lasting moisture in the air when you cook, bake and clean your kitchen.

While our licensed SERVPRO Applied Microbial Remediation Technicians are well equipped to contend with existing colonies and to remove them, there are some steps you can take to prevent this occurrence potentially. The first is to have proper ventilation of the room. With an exhaust system or moving air regularly pulling moisture from the room, spores are not as likely to be able to bed down into colonies.

Reducing the moisture in the air is another method you can take to prevent our SERVPRO technicians from having to remediate the present mold in your kitchen. Moisture reduction happens by ensuring that the ventilation system that you have in place is running optimally when you are doing tasks in the kitchen that generate steam or high heats. That coupled with the already commonly humid Jacksonville weather conditions can create additional moisture in this area of the house.

There is also the understanding the existence of mold is not always readily remedied through conventional cleaning processes. Often, the fungus you can see with the naked eye is only a small part of the entire organism. This whole colony, or hyphae, plunges deep into the material it has formed on, which leaves full removal something that you are highly unlikely to do on your own.

Mold damage can result in health effects, which is another good reason that you should call our experienced team at SERVPRO of Arlington. We can be reached any time of the day at (904) 721-2230.

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