I'll bet you know the most likely place to SEE mold in your home is the bathroom. Most of us see mold in the grout lines of the tiles or crevasses clean it and think our bathrooms are free of mold, but did you know the mold you can't see in your bathroom may be more harmful?
We all know that where there is moisture you are more than likely to have mold, even just a little.
In the kitchen you have potential for mold anywhere moisture is present and temperatures may vary significantly.
Let's face it, many of us dread the idea of going to the attic it's dirty, dusty and full of cob webs.
What we forget about is the vast changes in temperatures that an attic may see in the course of just one day let alone years.
Basements by far are the most damp section of just about any home. Often used for storage they are forgotten quite literally until a problem arises.
As your home settles, tiny fissure cracks develop in the walls, letting even more moisture into the basement or crawl space.
Most people spend little to no time in their garages, however if it is attached to your home, it is essentially part of your home.
Mold that develops within the garage may float into your home as a mold spore each and every time you open the door.
The other rooms of your home have the potential to be a mold petri dish but in a more subtle way that can sneak up on you without any warning.