Friday, July 13, 2007

Stachybotrys Toxic Mold - Mold Growing in Drywall

Did you know that certain types of mold will thrive in different types of environment? For example, stachybotrys is the name of a mold that specifically grows in drywall. Why is this mold so dangerous, so toxic, and often so hard to remove?

When mold grows in an environment like drywall, it is often impossible to remove unless you completely remove the drywall itself. Soft, textured surfaces like this allow the mold to grow down deep into the fibers - creating a real health hazard for you and your family.

When seeking professional mold remediation advice, ask the mold experts if stachybotrys might be one of the mold problems in your home.

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Blogger Jackson Kung'u said...

Stachybotrys chartarum, often referred to as the "black mold" is an indicator of chronic moisture problem. The spores of this mold have high concentrations of mycotoxins and hence a potential health hazard.

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