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3 Tips to Mold-Proof Your Home

Cleaning around the house can be tedious. Most of us don't want to put in additional work cleaning on our off days after a long week. However, maintaining a clean home is a main factor in ensuring your house is mold-proof.



Check out the following 3 tips that not only help keep your house clean, but also aid in mold prevention.


Adjust Your Cleaning Schedule

Change your cleaning schedule to prioritize areas that are susceptible to mold issues. Household mold primarily thrives in damp, humid areas, such as basements, showers and areas around heating and cooling appliances. Mold in homes can also occur in carpets, ventilation ducts and crawlspaces. Adjust your cleaning schedule to regularly clean these areas!


Inspect While You Clean

While you are cleaning various areas of your home, pay attention to the details. No one wants mold to grow in their home, Still, many people are unaware of the variety of common places to check for it. Initially, checking for mold while cleaning and taking actions to prevent it may feel like a hassle but, in the long-run, it can prevent you from getting sick and prevent your home from being damaged.


Stay Organized and Try to Limit Clutter

Cast a critical eye on household clutter and what you could do away with. Clutter blocks airflow and prevents your HVAC system from circulating properly. Furniture and draperies that block supply grilles cause condensation. All this moisture creates environments in your home that welcome and feed mold growth.


Mold spores also hide in dust. The less “dust collecting” items you have, the better. For any display items, put them in a glass enclosed case. Also, keep as much as possible in cabinets and behind closed doors, It has less of a chance of collecting dust that way.

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While these tips may seem basic, cleaning is not everyone’s strong suit. If you find mold in your home, contact us today for a free quote!

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