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What is Mold? Answers for Atlanta, Marietta, Smyrna, Duluth & Cobb County Residents

What is Mold“What is mold, anyway?” This question is commonly asked by the homeowners who seek the mold remediation services of NoMoldAtlanta. While mold can come in many different forms and can even have a variety of uses (including the production of certain foods and medications), the types of mold that can infiltrate homes have the potential to be toxic, causing illness and even death in rare cases.

Mold is a type of fungus that grows on organic materials, such as wood, paper, and other natural fibers, and reproduces through spores, which grow in colonies that may or may not be visible to the naked eye. Mold is a highly resilient pathogen that can survive acidic solvents, anti-bacterial soaps, and even household bleach, making it essential for homeowners to seek the services of a professional mold remediation company like NoMoldAtlanta.

Many of our customers are confused by the notion that mold cannot be killed, leaving them to wonder, “What is mold remediation?” The certified mold remediation process utilized by NoMoldAtlanta entails:

  • The removal of unsalvageable materials
  • Scrubbing, sanding, and HEPA-vacuuming all salvageable materials
  • Treating all surfaces with Anabec Cleaning Solutions and Anasphere

Once homeowners discover mold growing in their homes, they often wonder if mold is what is causing their loved ones to feel ill. Common symptoms of mold exposure include dizziness, headaches, nausea, and skin irritation, among others. It is important to note that only a trained medical physician can properly diagnose an individual.

If you are unsure of whether your home requires the services of mold testers and the mold remediation experts at NoMoldAtlanta, contact us today. We proudly serve customers in Alpharetta, Powder Springs, Cartersville, Buckhead, and throughout Metro Atlanta.