Interesting Facts about Mold in Your Home, Part 2

Have you smelled a musty odor in your bathroom or basement and seen those unsightly mold patches on your shower curtains or in the corners of your walls? You probably know that mold and mildew thrive in humid and damp areas and you may have heard that they can cause a number of health issues. But did you know that it takes less than two days for mold to develop if the environmental conditions are favorable or that dead mold spores can be just as harmful as live ones? Fortunately, mold remediation Irvine experts are there to help you handle any mold issue you have in your home.

In our last article, we have presented several facts about this type of fungus that can be found both indoors and outdoors. Here are a few more facts you may want to know!

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Signs That Mold in Your House Is Making You Sick, Part 2

Molds are fungi that can be found almost anywhere. They are a part of the natural environment and grow both indoors and outdoors. Though not visible to the naked eye, mold spores can cause allergic reactions in people who are sensitive to molds. As we explained in our previous article, when these tiny spores become airborne, people who have mold allergy can experience respiratory problems such as coughing, sneezing, sinus congestion, a stuffy or runny nose. If you suspect mold or have discovered it in your home, you should schedule a mold inspection and mold removal Aliso Viejo residents rely on. If left untreated, mold allergy can lead to more serious health issues. Read on to find out more about the symptoms that can be connected with mold exposure.

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How to Search Your House for Water Damage and Mold, Part 2

Any homeowner faced with water damage knows how dreadful it can be. Water can cause thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. It can destroy your furniture, floors, walls, appliances, electronics, plumbing… and the list goes on. Only reliable water damage Aliso Viejo restoration professionals can deal with the scope of the problem.

Regardless of whether you are about to buy a new house or you want to protect your current home, there are certain steps you can take to make sure that the property is free of mold and water damage. In our last article, we revealed several high-risk areas that you should check. Now you can find out where to look next.

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Tips for Handling a Plumbing Emergency, Part 2

Waking up in the middle of the night to find out that you have a burst pipe and a soaking wet carpet is an emergency that maybe couldn’t have been avoided but surely can be handled properly by following a few basic steps. The first one is to call your trusted emergency plumber in Mission Viejo or another area you live. Before the help arrives, do whatever you can to prevent further damage, as we explained in our previous article.

Here are a few more guidelines that can help you prepare for a possible plumbing emergency in your home and deal with it successfully.

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Simple Caring Tips for Your Dishwasher, Part 2

A dishwasher saves us a lot of time and work. It is one of those precious appliances that make kitchen chores easier, while saving water and energy. After a while, though, you may notice that your dishwasher has lost its ability to deliver the same level of performance as before. It may even lose some of its cleaning efficiency. To avoid this from happening, it’s important to take good care of your dishwasher. Otherwise, you may need to find an emergency plumber in Tustin or other areas near you.

Fortunately, there are a few simple maintenance tips that will help you to keep your dishwasher in good running condition and prolong its lifespan. In our last article, we presented several basic guidelines, and we continue disclosing the rest.

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