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Odor Removal
The experts at Gulf Coast Mold Removal will solve your odor problems in your home! Our job will only be complete only when the mold odor goes away.

The smell of mold, mildew smell, or a "musty" smell, is not just an unpleasant odor, but is usually a sign of excess moisture or "off gassing" of mold spores. Mold smell is for many people the first indicator that there is a problem. In fact, this mold smell can be a blessing, because this early warning is a sign that you need to take care of your home before you, your family or pets become sick and before there is more severe damage and costs to your home.

First, you must address the underlying issue of moisture and fix this source to eliminate the mold and the accompanying smell. If your mold problem is severe, you should immediately call mold abatement specialists to take care of the problem for you. In dangerous toxic mold or severe black mold conditions, you may be required to leave the home until the mold is gone. As soon as the mold is eradicated and the mold has been completely cleaned up, the mold smell should be gone.

Second, the best way to eliminate any mold or mildew odor is to bring the humidity below 50% or use a dehumidifier that will put the mold into a "hibernation" state. The mold will start to "breathe" again if the humidity level goes above 50% for more than about 72 hours, so constant dehumidifying might be necessary in some homes and some climates. Your home needs to be properly ventilated and dry to ensure that mold odor does not return.

But in The Gulf Coast Region it is almost impossible to achieve 50% humidity during summer season. It is recommended that humidity levels should be in the low 60s.

For more information on removing mold in The Gulf Coast Region, please call Gulf Coast Mold Removal at (855) 2RID MOLD (274-3665), or email us at info@GulfCoastMoldRemoval.com.



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