Nothing good ever comes from mold being present in the home. Mold in any part of your home is disgusting, ugly and unhealthy. Unfortunately, there are a variety of different types of situations that can allow mold to grow in your home. If you have mold of any type growing in your home, then you need to put serious consideration into the process by which you can remove that mold, regardless of where you find it or why it is growing. No type of mold is healthy for you to have hanging around in your home, so now is your chance to have it removed the right way sooner rather than later.
Bathroom mold, for example, is disgusting and unhealthy. Unfortunately, bathroom mold seems to be ever present in many homes even those owned by people who work hard to remove it from their dwellings. Mold does not have to be there every day to greet you as you wash your hands or step into the shower, however. There are numerous cleaning tips and preventative measures that you can take for bathroom mold removal as well as water damage mold removal in your home. There is absolutely no reason why you have to live with the mold and mildew that attempts to collect in your bathroom an elsewhere in your home as a result of water damage.
Are your drains draining? First and foremost you should make sure that your sinks, tubs and showers have good drainage. If water is not draining as quickly as it is running, then you are going to have a building problem that will create mold. When water is not draining properly, what it is doing is standing, and creating an environment that mold can thrive in. You can use bleach solutions to unclog drains, or call in a plumber for more serious draining issues.
Minimize the amount of “stuff” that you keep in your bathroom, because soaps, beauty tools and toiletries are especially excellent at harboring mold. Eliminate the things from your home that are potentially attracting mold, and you will find mold hanging out in your home a lot less than it used to, if at all.
Clean thoroughly when you go to clean your bathroom. Remove everything first, and then use quality level cleaning products on all of the stained, damp, soiled and moldy areas within your home. Use an old toothbrush or a small scrub brush to get around crevices, in drains and around faucets. You may also want to use a mold bleach solution to kill mold in sinks and showers and wherever else necessary, but make sure you are not mixing bleach with any other cleaning solutions or you may have a bigger problem on your hands.
Keeping your bathroom mold free is not difficult. Both water damage mold removal and bathroom mold removal are easy processes when you have the right supplies.
A bathroom mold removal plan by Alliance will be developed detailing method, scope, time and controls to be used. We are a certified and experienced mold removal company, with over 50 years combined experience servicing homes and businesses throughout California.