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Mold in the Attic

Mold can grow on any material as long as moisture and oxygen are present. There are molds that grow on wood, paper, carpet, food, and insulation. Since 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.

10 common places for mold growth in your home:

  • Basements or cellars that have been flooded
  • Underneath kitchen sinks
  • Underneath or behind refrigerators
  • Bathroom shower or under sink
  • Behind walls that also house plumbing
  • Stacks of damp or wet newspaper or cardboard boxes
  • Around air-conditioning units
  • Wallboard or around windows that leak
  • Under carpeting that may have become wet
  • Attics & Crawl Spaces

You can prevent damage to your home, contents,  and save money by controlling moisture and eliminating mold growth.