Mold in my walls
Los Angeles residents learn about the mold in the walls of your home
Have you experienced a recent overflow, back up, or recognized a new leak in your home? Chances are that you’ve already taken a look at it, decided to feel if were wet or not with your hand, and decided to go about your everyday life. Would you, could you, even imagine saying to yourself; “Is there Mold in my walls”?
It doesn’t take a lot of water to allow 1 mold spore to grow into a mold colony. Inside this wall cavity our mold inspector located the presence of yellow, grey, white, and green molds growing on the drywall. Not every mold has to be black to cause damage to our homes. Different types of mold will grow in walls, depending on the amount of time and available moisture. The different colors of mold can typically indicate primary vrs. secondary colonizers after water damage has occurred in your walls. Look at the picture to the left . .
The camera is point up the inside of a wall cavity.