Mold Spores In Our Homes, The Air & On Our Clothes

As a living organism, mold needs a way to reproduce. That is where spores some in.

Spores are the reproduction method for fungus and algae. Since mold is a fungus, its means of reproduction is through spores, which are asexual, and don’t need to combine with anything in order to reproduce. Spores are much like seeds, but are much quicker and have a higher reproduction rate.

Brown Mold On Ceiling, Walls, Wood, Carpet? – Find Out Why

There is a lot of discussion about black mold and its dangers, but there isn’t a lot said about brown mold, and although it’s a fairly common type of mold many people may not have even heard the term.
Brown hairy mold, or Stemonitis, is called that because because it has a brown furry appearance.

White Mold On Wood, Carpet, And In Your Attic And Crawl Space

White Mold On Wood Mold is a type of fungus. It normally starts to grow in damp, warm environments when there are spores floating in the air. The spores enter through open windows or doors, ventilation systems, or just settle down slowly from the ceiling. Some molds are black in color while others can be […]

How Long Does It Take for Mold to Grow?

How long does it take mold to grow

Because mold is both damaging and dangerous to property and people, it’s important to pay attention to any evidence that it might be growing in your office or home.

How Much Mold Exposure is Harmful in Seattle?

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Some people are more sensitive to mold than others, but no matter what your sensitivities are, everyone should limit their exposure to mold.

Mold is actually a fungus and can be found indoors as well as outdoors. Although there is not an exact count of how many different types of mold there are, it is estimated that there may be from tens of thousands to as many as three hundred thousand.