Black Mold, Its Effects & How
To Rid Your Home Of It
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What Is "Black Mold"?
Often, when individuals, whether in the news or other forms of public media, discuss "black
mold" they are talking about a certain type of mold. This mold is scientifically categorized
as Stachybotrys Chartarum. It will appear as a greenish black mold in color although it is
only deemed "black" mold.
Black mold is also often referred to as "toxic mold". More often than not, black mold can be
seen forming in areas around a home that has higher humidity levels(above 55%) indoors, or
in places that have suffered water damage or are more prone to become water-soaked such
as basements, kitchens, and bathrooms.
The damp conditions make a perfect breeding ground for the small spores to multiply. The
way in which mold reproduces is through these microscopic spores that are created when
the conditions are right. Most mold grows, or reproduces, in damp areas, as mentioned
With ever increasing changes in the Earth's weather patterns, the more "wet" weather, the
more chance of having a "black mold" infestation. Your home is more prone to a black mold