Water Damage Can Quickly Escalate To Mold
Assesing The State Your Home Is In Can Greatly Help With Restoration
Bathroom and household mold is a more frequent occurrence than people may realize until it becomes obvious. Bathroom mold is perhaps expected to a certain degree due to the frequent moisture and recurrent use. When it becomes excessive or does not undergo regular cleaning, the mold can become a problem that can get out of hand quickly. One way to effectively combat the growth of bathroom mold is to perform a regularly scheduled cleaning of bathrooms in the home. Despite best efforts and regular cleaning, mold can still settle into the grout of tiled surfaces. This may be the beginning of a recurrent problem. This is an area of concern if a bathroom was not sealed properly, particularly in tiled bathrooms with grout. The homeowner may or may not be aware if the bathroom was sealed.
The problem with mold damage is that the damage can exist beneath the surface and then migrate into other areas of the home. Unfortunately, this problem can range from mild to severe and occur without knowledge. This is when the experts need to be called to assess the problem.
Slow leaks in bathrooms may stream along grout lines and leak into drywall or find its way beneath flooring. Upstairs bathrooms of homes are particularly vulnerable because there is potential for water to leak into the ceilings of the lower floor. Water can travel a long distance across a home and end up leaking from ceilings or out of light fixtures and chandeliers. All of the areas exposed to the water are subject to growing mold. The mold can spread to other adjacent household structures causing additional unseen damage. Mold can cause health effects so there is a legitimate need to look for Madison mold damage anytime a leak has occurred. The presence of mold damage in a home is significant and can affect the chances of trying to sell a home.
Bathroom sinks may have leaking pipes that go undetected for long periods of time until obvious signs of water damage occur. Mold growth may build up on the surface of the sink pipes or in the areas where the water has leaked. It is critical to identify the source of the mold and take preventative measures to avoid the problem from reoccurring again. Homeowners need to take proactive actions when mold damage occurs and call the experts to assess the problem.
Our highly specialized team will evaluate the scene and determine an appropriate course of action and provide you with all options to solve the problem. Mold damage is severe and can cause health effects. When you experience a mold problem, call the experts at SERVPRO of Madison/Goodlettsville at (615) 868-5324.