Mold - Structure
NDO has the training, expertise, and science to properly identify the type of molds present within your home and determine if they can be saved or remediated.
- Molds gradually destroy whatever they grow on, so preventing mold growth also prevents damage to building materials and furnishings.
- Mold can grow on virtually any organic material as long as moisture and oxygen are present. There are molds that grow on wood, paper, carpet, food, and insulation. Because mold eats or digests what it is growing on, it can damage a building and its furnishings. If left unchecked, mold eventually can cause structural damage to building materials.
- Molds gradually destroy the things they grow on. You can prevent damage to buildings and building contents, save money, and avoid potential health problems by controlling moisture and eliminating mold growth.
- If a mold and moisture problem goes unaddressed long enough, structural damage is likely to result. For example, if a roof is allowed to leak long enough, molds can weaken floors and walls by feeding on the wet wood.
- Reference these statements to the EPA: http://www.epa.gov/mold/moldcourse/chapter2.html