However, if the infected area is less than 3 feet by 3 feet, the EPA says a non-professional can handle it. Anything larger, and you risk your health and the possibility of contaminating other parts of your house with mold spores.
Once you’ve discovered mold, and the source of the moisture has been discovered and repaired, mold removal products and processes can differ for each room and surface in your home or office.
Here we’ll talk about how to find mold and its source in each area of your home, as well as how to clean or remove mold that is growing on walls, carpets, tile and grout, concrete, wood, furniture, and clothes.
Testing for mold in the attic is a good place to start when checking your home for mold.
Basements are typically damp and musty and are one of toxic molds’ favorite locations to grow.
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