Have you noticed that you have mold on your walls? If the answer is yes, call the mold removal professionals at PureOne Services.
Mold on Non-Porous Walls
With non-porous walls, all that needs to be done is a simple wipe with a wet cloth or clorox wipe for removing the mold. There are also multiple mold killing products on the market that you can use. But if you think that isn’t going to get the job done call PureOne Services. We charge an affordable price and quality service for mold removal.
Mold on Porous Walls
If your wall is porous it’s a lot harder. An unpainted drywall won’t allow you to remove the mold efficiently. Removing the affected portion of the wall may be your only chance for complete mold removal. Why is the process harder for porous walls? Porous materials promote the growth of mold inside themselves, unlike the non-porous walls where the mold emerges and spreads on the surface of the wall or object. Porous walls, restrict you from complete removal of mold without destroying the affected area.
What Causes Mold on Drywall?
Drywall, the material used to build walls in your house or office, that is screwed to the wood studs, is made up of paper and a material like plaster. Cellulose-rich materials provides favorable condition for mold to grow. Once mold has started to grow the only way to remove the mold is to destroy the wall where the mold is growing.
What Causes the Mold to Grow Behind the Walls?
Moisture and humid air cause mold to grow. High humidity caused due to water leakage and condensation is the main cause of mold growth. Condensation occurs when the water in the air meets any cold surface and turns into liquid. While it is frustrating you can typically get rid of mold easily. The easiest and best way is to hire an experienced mold removal company such as PureOne Services.