Regain Control of Mold Damage in Your Nashville Area Home
Tips on Preventing Mold Damage in Your Home’s Storage Spaces
As you may already know, mold can grow anywhere in your Nashville area home. All it takes is moisture to provide mold with the last ingredient it needs to begin a growth cycle. Believe it or not, a common place for mold growth is your closets.
It only takes a little moisture for mold damage to occur on your Nashville property. You may place damp clothing, jackets, shoes, or additional items into your closet thinking they might dry, when in fact, these articles can accelerate mold growth.
Sometimes it all comes down to habits, which SERVPRO can help you change. Keeping mold in mind when storing items in your closet can help eliminate conditions mold needs to thrive. Try to only store clean, dry clothing and never pile clothing and other items on the closet floor.
Avoid packing clothes or boxes too tightly; your closet needs air circulation to reduce moisture. If you have containers, like plastic tubs, make sure you line them with cotton sheeting to eliminate condensation. Keep items off of the floor as much as possible to prevent trapping moisture, use plastic-coated wire shelves instead of solid wood shelves.
You can also place low-wattage bulbs in your closet, the heat from the bulb helps keep the closet and stored clothing dry, especially in rooms with high humidity, like the bathroom, laundry room, or kitchen. Replace solid closet doors with louvered doors, or leave your closet doors partially open whenever possible to eliminate moisture problems that often occur.
If you have any size mold problem in your home, SERVPRO’s IICRC technicians can provide you with quality mold remediation services that help regain control of your living environment. We can locate existing problems, remove excess moisture, eliminate odors and perform a variety of cleaning services that help return your home to a quality condition that you and your family can enjoy.
SERVPRO of South Nashville has expertly trained mold remediation technicians available 24/7, who remain dedicated to helping you limit any losses you might experience and address a variety of environmental problems that often occur in your home, call today. (615) 331-0200
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