Reduce Moisture To Guard Against Mold Damage In Your Los Angeles Home Office Mold Remediation
Los Angeles and Mold Remediation--Prevention is Best
A home office is ideal for anyone who runs a business from their home, or even for someone who is studying or running a part-time concern in addition to their main job. Los Angeles home office owners know that a lot of necessary paperwork and books are stored on the shelves and in the cabinets there. That is why it is important to be mindful of the risk of fungal growth. Mold colonies indoors cause mold damage, which can be hard to repair.
One of the most common places for mold damage to occur in a Los Angeles home office is among the books. Fungus needs an organic food source to grow. Paper counts as an organic food source, and so do wood, parchment, linen, leather and some adhesives. It is easy to see how mold finds food for growth in any home office.
SERVPRO understands that you cannot remove all your books, just in case mold grows on them! However, fungi need other things to increase as well, and if you minimize its access to this stuff, it is harder for it to proliferate.
Fungus needs moisture as well as food. That is why SERVPRO focuses much of our remediation efforts on reducing moisture in the affected area. Damp corners in your home office offer the fungi an ideal breeding ground, especially in areas where books and papers are stored.
We recommend you check for damp corners in your home office and do what you can to dry them out. If the moisture is the result of a leak such as, for example, from an old window frame, get it repaired. Make sure the room has adequate ventilation year round, and be vigilant about checking for signs of mold.
Our IICRC-certified technicians have air movers, dehumidifiers and fans on hand to dry out your home office and discourage mold growth. We also use moisture meters and penetrating moisture probes to check for damp in hidden places, so you can rest assured that your office is properly dried out.
For help reducing moisture and fighting fungus in Playa del Ray, Lennox, Loyola Village and surrounding areas, call SERVPRO of Marina Del Ray / Westchester / El Segundo at (310) 333-0654 today.
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