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Signs and Symptoms of Hidden Mold Damage in My Chino Hills Home?

5/28/2024 (Permalink)

A mold colony grows next to a large water stain in a bathroom shower. We are leaders in mold remediation services in San Bernardino County.

Our local Chino/Chino Hills team has been restoring mold damage in Chino Hills for many years. Visible signs of mold may not always be apparent, but discoloration or staining on walls, ceilings, or floors can indicate underlying mold growth. Such discoloration may appear as patches of black, green, or brown. Additionally, peeling or bubbling paint and wallpaper can suggest moisture issues and potential mold growth beneath the surface.

Mold feeds on organic matter, like paint, drywall, glue, fabric, wood, and clothing. Residents may notice a strong, musty odor they cannot place, which is often an indicator of mold hiding inside a wall. Some places mold colonies may thrive include inside air conditioning units, inside wallpaper, or underneath carpeting.

Water damage, such as water stains, warped or buckled flooring, and swollen drywall, may also indicate hidden mold growth behind surfaces. Furthermore, excessive moisture or condensation on windows, walls, or ceilings and a noticeable increase in humidity levels can suggest conditions conducive to mold growth.

Regular inspections, prompt remediation of water leaks, proper ventilation, and maintaining indoor humidity levels below 60% are essential for preventing and addressing hidden mold damage in homes.

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When your Chino Hills home or commercial business experiences a mold outbreak, our Chino/Chino Hills team will remediate the mold damage “Like it never even happened.”  Call us today at 909-548-3191.

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