Did an episode of MAID on Netflix hit home?
If you were watching episode 5 of the powerful Netflix drama MAID and thought, 'wonder if my child is coughing for the same reason?' You may need your home or apartment inspected.
The producers of the series performed a great service in demonstrating the health risks associated with mold, particularly for youngsters and those with compromised immune systems. Hopefully this episode will alert parents to potential mold issues and help prevent long-term health consequences for children.
Sometimes you can see mold in plain sight in an area that's easy to get to....but sometimes mold can grow rapidly and in some of the hard to see or hard to get to areas such as under carpets, inside walls, and in crawlspaces or other remote parts of the home.
Mold can be a serious health hazard for your family, and you should have your home tested anytime you suspect your property may be infested. Are there specific times when you should consider a mold test for your home? Absolutely.
1. If you're considering purchasing or moving to a new residence.
2. If you or your family have detected a musty odor in the home.
3. If a part of your home recently had a leak or was damaged by flood.
4. If you or your family seems to have recently dealt with unexplained illnesses (sore throats, sinus infections, coughing, headaches, rashes, hives, or unusual fatigue.
What happens next?
When you call West Tennessee Restoration, we first perform a basic visual inspection to see if we can determine where the problem is originating. We will also test the air for mold spores, swab surfaces throughout the home, and take other steps necessary to determine if your home has a mold problem.
If you find mold, then what?
Honestly, that depends upon how serious your problem is. We'll give you a report based upon the test findings and recommend proper mold removal. We are experts in this field, and we have a lengthy list of satisfied homeowners who can attest to our work and the benefits they realized afterward.
Mold is a serious issue, not to be taken lightly, and certainly not to be 'put off' to a later date. Call us today and let's take the right steps to keep your family safe. Remember: we're here to help, at (731) 660-9090.