Does Your Home Have Mold?
Posted on October 13th, 2017 by BlueMountain
Does your home have an unusual odor? Do you have a sore throat or itchy skin? These are all signs and symptoms of mold, and your plumbing may be to blame! Here are a few of the most common plumbing problems that contribute to mold growth.
Plumbing Problems That Lead To Mold:
1. Leaky Pipes
You are bound to come across a leak inside your home. However, many times these leaks go unnoticed for weeks (even months) before repaired. As a result, moisture will build up near the leak, leading to mold growth.
2. Poor Ventilation
How’s your ventilation in your kitchen and bathroom? The vents in these two rooms help remove steam after cooking or a hot shower. If it’s not properly ventilated with an exhaust fan or ceiling fan, mold can easily grow.
3. High Humidity Levels
If you’re noticing condensation on your windows or moisture on the walls of your home, it’s time to invest in a dehumidifier. This will help your home eliminate the dampness and prevent mold growth.
If your home is suffering from plumbing leaks, don’t hesitate to reach out to the professionals at Blue Mountain Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling! We are fully licensed, insured, and have many years of experience in the residential plumbing industry. If you need an experienced plumber in Harrisonburg, Waynesboro, and Staunton, choose Blue Mountain Plumbing, Heating and Cooling. Visit our website or call 877-280-5777 to schedule a service or repair.