Organic, Gluten-Free and Keto-Friendly! You can grow this in the comfort of your own home - FREE! But wait… add a few more sources of moisture and you can DOUBLE, TRIPLE or even QUADRUPLE your homegrown farm of… MOLD.
Oof! Not exactly the Farmers Market quality you were expecting? In drier climates like those we have in Nevada and Utah, molds are usually not a problem indoors, UNLESS mold spores land on a wet or damp spot and begin growing and multiplying. Sounds like a sci-fi movie, but fiction… far from it.
There are over 100,000 species of mold that have been identified. Many of which have the ability to morph into other fungal species or adopt the characteristics of multiple species. Mold is ruthless and hardcore - they have one goal: to grow and keep growing. All they need is their yummy nutritious source of moisture.
If spores are not killed, but moisture is depleted, they can go dormant - hiding and waiting until they are once again woken up. So they can be patiently waiting, for example on a piece of drywall, behind some primer, paint and a set of brand spankin new, clean-lined and sexy kitchen cabinets. When moisture comes back into play - Watch out because it’s fungus party time.
Molds produce allergens and irritants. Inhaling or touching mold spores may cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. These reactions can be immediate or delayed. Even those that are non-allergic can have reactions, irritating the eyes, skin, nose, throat and lungs. Research on this fresh…produce is still ongoing.
Whether you’re a homebuyer, current homeowner or flipper, if you know the history of the home, such as plumbing leaks, roof leaks, flooding, etc, you may want to order a Mold & Air Quality Test to see if there is an active “mold-farm” and evict the farmer (aka: Farmer Moisture).
Call us now to order your Clark County, NV or Washington County, UT mold test OR click here to request one online.