How To Get Rid Of Mould After Heavy Rain
Recently Mother Nature has served us some severe rain conditions. Flooding all up and down the East Coast married with heat and humidity (some areas have reported up to 95% humidity) is a perfect combination for mould to form.
Even if your home hasn’t flooded, the humidity in the air after a lot of rain can see mould spores pop up overnight. Unfortunately, with all the rain and wild conditions, people have been keeping their doors and windows closed, meaning our homes are receiving less ventilation than usual. With all the hot air inside the house rising to the roof, you may see mould spores appear.
In our current weather conditions, mould thrives. If left alone, mould growth can wreak havoc on your home, belongings and your health.
Thankfully, there are some easy ways to try and prevent mould or to get rid of mould as soon as it appears.
Please note: Mould presents a serious risk to your and your family’s health. If you are dealing with a severe mould growth situation right now, please call a professional mould cleaning company to remove the mould and restore your home to a safe environment.