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Conditions Conducive to Mold Growth
For mold to grow within the home and other structures, specific conditions must be met. These conditions are usually 1) dark, 2) warm and 3) moist.

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Mold will usually grow on walls and/or ceilings made of drywall, wood, or similar types of surfaces. Mold prefers these spots because these surfaces can easily retain moisture. Keep in mind that mold can form within 24 hours if all of these conditions are present.

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Beware of the following mold triggers in your home:

•Leaky pipes, roofing, ceiling
•Condensation on walls and ceilings
•Damp places such as basements
•Standing water
•Bad ventilation

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The Negative Health Effects of Exposure to Mold
It’s important to keep in mind that mold can affect you differently than it affects your cousin, or your best friend, or your next-door neighbor.
It also varies by exposure times, locations of the mold, and severity. That being said, it’s difficult to pinpoint the conclusive and specific
health effects—but we can give you a list of common symptoms.

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Watch out for the following symptoms:

•Dyspnea (breathing problems)
•Epistaxis (nose bleeding)
•Asthma exacerbation
•Irritable/itchy eyes
•Nasal & sinus congestion
•Headaches or migraines
•Cough and sore throat
•Skin irritation
•And more

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How Nash Everett Handles Mold in the Home
We can help you take care of all of the conditions that are conducive to mold growth in your home. We can provide mold assessments, fix leaky ceilings and pipes, extract water from damp basements, get rid of any and all standing water, provide emergency flood services, and more. Give us a call at (732) 508-9197.

Safety Tips
Disaster Cleanup Safety Tips

Do Not:

•Use your household vacuum to remove the excess water
•Use electrical appliances while standing on wet flooring or carpets
•Go into any room with standing water if the electricity is on
•Lift tacked down carpet without professional help as this could cause damage and shrinkage
•Go into any room where the ceiling is sagging
•Wait to call for professional help. The longer you wait the more damage will occur

While Nash Everett is en route to your home, these tips can help minimize your loss.
•Shut off water source if possible
•Remove as much water as possible by mopping and blotting the saturated area
•Wipe furniture to remove excess water
•Place aluminum foil between legs and wet carpet
•Prop up wet furniture cushions for even drying
•Lift drapes off flooring, loop through a coat hanger and hang on curtain rod
•Remove wet area rugs
•Turn on air conditioner if damage occurs in summer
•Move valuable paintings, art objects and photos to a safe, dry place
•Remove damp books from shelves and lay them out to dry
•Open closet doors, furniture drawers and luggage to aid in drying
•Remove any wet fabrics and dry immediately

We are always prepared to respond to your emergency service needs 24/7/365 with highly trained personnel, state-of-the-art equipment, and us Customer First attitude.