Here Are Some Common Places to Find Indoor Mold


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So, we know that mold can technically grow anywhere where the conditions are right. It’s not really hard to provide mold with the right accommodations. This means it’s really important to know where mold is likely to grow in your house. If you know where indoor mold is likely to appear, you can work to prevent that from happening. Mold isn’t easy to get rid of. So, the best thing you can possibly do for the sake of your health and sanity is to find indoor mold and stop its growth before it gets worse.

Where Does Indoor Mold Grow?

Of course, you can find indoor mold in a lot of places. Some of those places are locations you would never expect for mold to grow. But, there are also a lot of areas that commonly house mold growths. (And, no, we’re not just talking about the month-old bread in the pantry or the spaghetti in the fridge!)

Near the refrigerator – Speaking of that old spaghetti, you could actually find indoor mold growing under or behind the fridge. Fridges or freezers can sometimes have leaking issues or something like that. So, try to check out those areas regularly.

In the basement/attic – It’s pretty common to see mold growing in someone’s basement or attic. Indoor mold likes damp, warm, humid places. And, your attic or basement area is a great place to find those conditions. It’s a good idea to keep an eye on these locations.

The bathroom – You’ll probably find mold in the shower or bathtub. You might see it on the shower curtain or on the walls. Indoor mild might even be found near the sink or toilet. You should definitely check on those areas as much as you can.

On the walls – As we said, you might find mold growing on your bathroom wall. It could also be found in the kitchen and basement. Honestly, moldy walls could be seen anywhere in your home where mold can flourish.

AC units – Sometimes, air conditioning units take in air from outside that contain mold-making particles. Mold can also grow in units that aren’t used very much. The excess condensation that AC units cause can really encourage mold growth.

Carpets – Whether you have carpet flooring or area rugs, moisture can lead to indoor mold growths in your carpets. It’s important to get rid of any moisture as quickly and thoroughly as you can to stop mold from developing.

Other common household spots for mold growth include ceiling and roof, furniture, wallpaper, mattresses, and window sills.

Have You Found Indoor Mold?

Now that you’ve learned a little more about mold and where it likes to grow, think about your own home. Have you checked any of these areas for mold growth recently? Did you see anything suspicious? Maybe, you saw something but you weren’t sure if it was mold. It’s important to find out if you’ve got mold or mildew growing in your home. Indoor mold can be very harmful and have a serious effect on you and your family.

What if you do find mold? What should you do? Well, you definitely need to get rid of it. But, how? That’s where A Plus Mold Remediation Inc. comes in! Here at A Plus, we commit ourselves to keeping you and your home safe from mold invasions. It’s our goal to make sure that every building we service goes from a hazard to a healthy home. Mold remediation is our business and we do it thoroughly. So, if you have mold in your house, please contact us today!