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St. Louis Mold Removal


mold removal St. LouisDid you know that according to Farmers Insurance, more than 1,100 claims are made per year in relation to mold damage (that’s severe damage) and according to CNN Money, over 30% of new homes have mold in them. The amount of St Louis homes needing mold removal may be even higher. Most people think that homes needing mold removal is something that only affects people in damp and humid climates like St Louis. However; while those people are more at risk for mold growth, mold is everywhere. Even if you live in a relatively dry environment, it is still possible to have mold in your home. Contact a local St Louis mold removal and remediation company today and start sleeping(and breathing) better. 

Why Mold Grows: Mold grows from spores that are carried through the air. Usually, a mold spore will land in an air duct, land between walls during construction or any number of other conditions. Should the mold get slightly damp, it will begin to grow, and will sometimes produce enough moisture on its own in order to continue to grow. Mold in new St Louis homes is often attributed to small amounts of water being trapped inside of walls and in air ducts during construction; this then turns into a breeding ground for mold that can spread through your entire house! 

St. Louis Mold Removal 

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 Mold Remediation in St. Louis  Phone Number
 Abatement Specialists  636-875-6589
 Absolute Clean  314-327-5745
 Dalmation Cleaning & Restoration  314-423-0101
 GenCorp  314-739-1155
 Mold Solutions  314-993-6653
 Pro Basement Finishers  314-222-9600
 Rapid Dry  314-888-9211
 ServPro of St. Charles  636-926-0033
 Water Mold & Fire St. Louis  314-282-4140

Health Risks of Mold: The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) states that all types of mold have the potential to cause harm, especially if breathed in. Mild health risks of mold include asthma and sinus conditions while more serious conditions include flu symptoms, inability to breathe, rash and more! You could feel fatigue, diarrhea, a cough or hundreds of other unexplained symptoms. Remember that young children and the elderly are more susceptible to mold. You should always have your home checked for mold if you are living with either the very young or the very old.

House Risks of Mold: Did you know that mold can damage your house as well as your health? Most houses in the U.S.A. are built using wood frames, and mold can rot them quite quickly. If you have mold inside of your air ducts, it can quickly spread to your walls, and cause very severe structural damage, in fact, the American Bar Association claims a 200% increase in mold litigation over the last 5 years alone! If you think it’s possible that you might have mold in your house, you should definitely hire someone to come out and check for mold just to be safe. Having your house falling down around your ears due to mold rot is a problem that no one is looking forward to. 

Mold Remediation - Removal Associations and Organizations

National Association of Mold Remediators and Inspectors        Indoor Air Quality Association


Mold can be a severe problem to many areas of your life. It can smell, it can cause health problems and it can cause structural damage to your house. A few things to look out for include trapped moisture, growth in your vents, asthma or sinus problems, rash or etc., then you could definitely have mold problems. Remember that mold can be detected by smell (usually smells like rot or dampness) by stains or watermarks in your walls or ceilings, and through site. You can also invite someone in to test your house for mold, or test your air ducts for about $50 by ordering a strip from the EPA and sending it back to them.