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Mold Growth

Mold Growth

In order to grow mold spores require the perfect environment. They need to have an organic food source, such as paper, wood, or dust, moisture, and warm temperature. In the right conditions mold may begin to grow in as little as 24-72 hours. 

Mold Class

Mold Class

At SERVPRO of The Southtowns we regularly host continuing education classes and lunch and learns in an effort to educate our clients on topics such as Fire, Water, Mold, and Bio-hazard. Here we are teaching a Mold course this spring. 

Environmental Hygienist

Environmental Hygienist

If you suspect mold, environmental air sampling is one of the most common tests. An Environmental Hygienist takes air samples from within the effected space, from an unaffected space, and outside of the building, the samples are then tested a report is generated comparing the types and quantities of spores found between the indoor and out door space. Because we live with acceptable leaves of mold spores around us every day the report will look for elevated levels of spores.

Mold in vacant home

Mold in vacant home

Mold is an invasive microbial that grows on organic surfaces with the presences of moisture, heat, and time. The best way to prevent microbial growth is the prompt and complete drying of materials after water damage. 

Mold growth on wall

Mold growth on wall

Mold is an invasive microbial that grows on organic surfaces with the presences of moisture, heat, and time. The best way to prevent microbial growth is the prompt and complete drying of materials after water damage. 

Mold spores on stairs

Mold spores on stairs

Mold is an invasive microbial that grows on organic surfaces with the presences of moisture, heat, and time. The best way to prevent microbial growth is the prompt and complete drying of materials after water damage.