Is Your Allergy Problem Caused By Outdoor Air Or Indoor Air?
Seasonal allergies caused by different types of plant growth are anything but rare, but one thing that allergy sufferers may not realize is that indoor growth can be just as hazardous to their allergy condition as outdoor growth is known to be. Pollen, trees, and spores in the air outside can cause your nose to run, your throat to grow sore, and a cough to develop, but mold spores in your home can do much of the same thing and you may not even recognize it.
Mold is a master at growing where it’s dark, seldom seen, and damp, and there are plenty of areas in your home that make the perfect trifecta of conditions. If you have a basement leak, for instance, you may not even see the leak or the small bit of moisture it allows in, but it’s enough to allow mold to grow rampantly all throughout your space. When this occurs, you may notice some telltale signs of bad air within your home, such as the distinct musty smell of dampness and growth.
While you’re blaming your allergies on outdoor air, and it may make a sizable contribution to them, you can’t rule out your indoor air as well unless you check thoroughly for leaks and mold growth. With the help of a professional in waterproofing and mold remediation, you can determine if your indoor air is contributing to your allergy symptoms, and you can have the mold eliminated for good to give you the relief you need.
At AA Action Waterproofing, we can find your mold, test your mold, and waterproof your home to make sure the mold won’t be coming back any time soon. For allergy sufferers, this can help to stop symptoms from being exasperated by a combination of poor indoor and outdoor air, and give you the comfort of knowing that one potentially hazardous material has been taken care of. If you suspect bad air in your home due to mold growth, simply call us at AA Action Waterproofing today to see how we can eliminate your mold and keep it from coming back.