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What You Need To Know About Mold During Winter

What You Need To Know About Mold During WinterWhile summer brings along perfect natural conditions for mold growth, that doesn’t mean you can ignore mold in your home during the winter. With some of the hottest days of the year upon us in the Maryland region, winter may seem like a far off dream, but we at AA Action Waterproofing know that it will be here again before we know it.

Winter doesn’t bring us quite the same conditions when compared to summer and in regards to mold growth. Where summer is warm, winter is cold, and where summer is moist, winter is dry, so why do we have to keep our attention towards mold in the winter time as well? Well, as we heat our homes in the winter, we tend to seal them up to keep the cold air from getting in, and to keep our energy usage low, but this can also create an ideal mold environment. The warm air and sealed windows can keep moisture levels high, as the heating keeps your air temperature within the perfect mold growth window.

Mold doesn’t only wait for summer to find its way into your home, and you can find yourself with a mold issue in the winter just as you can when the weather starts to heat up. The best way to get a hold of the mold before the mold gets its hold on you is to stay diligent and work to find any mold before it grows into a real mold problem. At AA Action Waterproofing, our professionals can inspect, detect, and remediate your mold problem now or during the winter, so you’ll never need to worry about losing control of your home to mold growth. We can even inspect your home to determine if mold may become a problem later on, and help you to keep the mold out before it starts growing.

If you want to gain control over your mold before it becomes a problem, we at AA Action Waterproofing are ready. Simply call us today to take care of your summer mold, or have us inspect your home to determine if winter mold may be a problem for you!

This entry was posted in Mold Remediation on August, 26, 2015