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Causes of Contamination


Causes of microbiological contamination include poor building design, construction defects, defective equipment design or installation, negligent maintenance, natural events (flooding, high winds, earthquakes, foundation shifts, heavy rains) and man made events (drainage problems, fire suppresion, steam cleaning).

The bottom line is that most molds need a water source to survive. Thus, buildings with no water infiltration problems typically have no mold problems. Unfortunately, almost every building will have some trouble with water infiltration in its life. From plumbing and air conditioning problems to weather related leaks, water infiltration is an ongoing battle that causes homeowners and other building owners to keep a constant vigilance to protect their property.

To avoid mold problems it is best to keep an eye out for any water damage on walls and in ceilings, have your air conditioning checked on a regular basis (especially making sure that the drop tray can drain), and to repair leaks as soon as they develop.


This Website is designed to provide basic information about mold.  For specific information contact an expert in your area.  This site reviews different types of molds, the importance of mold environmental testing, signs of exposure to toxic mold, potential causes of mold infestations, detection of mold and water infiltration problems, proper remediation of toxic mold, and links to other resources on toxic mold infestations and exposure.  This website is not intended as specific medical, legal, or remediation advice.  It is highly recommended that readers consult their own experts including medical doctors, remediation experts, and legal professionals for specific advice on any mold problem they have.


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