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Category: Mold Removal

How Does Mold Grow and Spread In Nashville Homes?

Approximately 50% of American households have mold issues. Exposure to mold in your Nashville home can cause a whole host of health issues, including wheezing, red and itchy eyes, a cough, and in severe cases, fever and shortness of breath. It can be hard to prevent mold growth if you don't know how mold grows
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April Showers Bring Mold

It’s no doubt that spring brings out the beauty in Tennessee - sunshine, warm temperatures, flowers. But, on the other hand, our warm, humid climate represents two of the three conditions that generate mold growth, particularly in the most mold-prone areas of the house: the crawl space and the attic. So how can you prepare
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Why Is There Mold In My Bathroom?

The bathroom is one of the places in your home that’s prone to have mold. It’s humid, often gets wet, and has much organic material mold feeds on (fun fact: an estimate that close to 80% of dust is composed of human skin) - these factors create the perfect environment for mold growth. Check the
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HVAC Duct Mold Removal: When Is It Necessary?

Mold, while found in virtually all places, can be a hazard to your health in excess concentrations. And, as water damage restoration experts from Rytech Nashville explain in the following Q&A, mold does not have to be seen to put you at risk. Q: Is it possible for mold to grow in a home’s HVAC system ductwork?
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Q&A: How Do You Prevent Summer Mold Growth?

Hot, humid summers provide the right environment for mold growth. Mold remediation can often require a specialist like Rytech Nashville and could be more expensive; so it’s best to prevent mold growth before it starts. With summer fast approaching, we answer some of your most frequently asked questions about mold growth and best practices for
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What Is Black Mold? Learn More About This Health Risk

Of the 20,000 species of mold, five are commonly found inside structures. One of these is Stachybotrys Chartarum, also known as black mold. It’s a greenish-black fungus that grows on damp surfaces and dark moist areas. This mold species takes about 8 to 12 days to grow and can spread rapidly, given the right conditions.
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