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One of the most frequently asked questions about mold remediation is “What are the long-term effects of mold on health?” Mold can cause a variety of health problems, especially if the exposure is prolonged or if the person is allergic to mold.
Mold can cause respiratory issues such as coughing, wheezing, and asthma attacks. A weakened immune system, such as that of a child or an elderly person, may also cause severe reactions to exposure to mold. In addition, exposure can cause skin irritations, eye irritations, and headaches.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung infections, and even some types of cancer have been linked to long-term exposure. Taking mold seriously and addressing the issue promptly can minimize any possible health risks.
In addition to the health risks associated with mold, mold can also damage a building’s structure. The presence of mold can cause walls and ceilings to weaken, and in severe cases, structural failure can occur. In addition to carpets and furniture, mold can damage other possessions as well.
In the event that you suspect that your home or business has mold, you should take action immediately. As a professional mold remediation company, we can assess the extent of the mold growth, identify the type of mold present, and safely remove the mold from the affected area. We can also recommend steps you can take to prevent future mold growth and minimize potential health risks. For a successful and safe mold remediation, it is crucial to hire an experienced and reputable company.
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