St. Pete Beach Black Mold

St. Pete Beach Black Mold. A St. Pete Beach condo owner contacted I Destroy Mold in regards to black mold found in their guest bathroom. The St. Pete beach homeowner had a problem with a bath tub that overflowed in their St. Pete beach condo. If water is not dried properly from St. Pete beach condo’s or homes, mold growth can and will occur. Black mold and mold will start growing in as little as 24-48 hours after the effects of a water leak or water damage. As you can see in the pictures below, the black mold started growing behind a bath tub as well as behind the baseboards along the floor. It is important once a water leak or water overflow occurs to dry the property quickly in order to prevent the effects of mold growth. Water damage is easier to correct in properties after the effects of water damage than mold is. Mold removal projects can be very intrusive to properties as most of the building materials that are affected must be removed in order to successfully remove the mold.

 

[box type=”info”] If you suspect a problem with a water leak, water damage or mold growth, give us a call. We are available 24 hours per day and 7 days per week in order to respond to water damage emergencies as well as answer any of your questions in regards to mold and black mold removal.[/box]

 

St. Pete Beach Black Mold
St. Pete Beach Black Mold

 

St. Pete Beach Black Mold
St. Pete Beach Black Mold

Black Mold Removal Tampa

Black Mold Removal Tampa. A St. Petersburg homeowner contacted I Destroy Mold in regards to a black mold removal project. Black mold grows after the effects of water damage. Water damage can be caused by leaking plumbing pipes, rain, leaking HVAC systems and even humidity. Mold and black mold are very common in Florida. Even if water isn’t spilled or leaked into a property, mold can grow and thrive off of the amount of humidity found in Florida air. Many people think that mold can be killed and this will eliminate the mold problem. In order to complete a mold project accurately, the mold must be removed from the property it affects instead of simply killed. Even if mold spores are “killed”, they can become dormant and can be re-activated if exposed to high amounts of humidity or water in the future. Water leaks are the most common start to mold problems. As you can see in the pictures below, once a property is heavily infested with mold, it is an extensive project in order to remove the mold properly.

[box type=”download”] If you have any questions regarding mold, black mold or mold removal in the St. Petersburg area, give us a call. We are available 24 hours per day and 7 days per week in order to respond to water damage emergencies as well as answer any of your questions regarding mold and mold removal.[/box]

 

Black Mold Removal Tampa
Black Mold Removal Tampa

 

Black Mold Removal Tampa
Black Mold Removal Tampa