Moisture Means Mold

  • Date: 04-2022

Spring is here, which brings warmer outdoor temperatures and increasing humidity. Humidity, of
course, means moisture – and moisture could lead to mold.
According to the CDC, damp and moldy environments may trigger health effects such as nasal
stuffiness, coughing, throat irritation, etc. Mold is also a common trigger for those who suffer
from asthma.
In order to keep a healthy environment, you must control moisture. Repair the moisture
problem, dry out any water-damaged areas immediately to prevent mold growth, and call Green
Home Solutions to remediate any mold.
[Source: Maine Indoor Air Quality Council]