When Is Mold Remediation Necessary?

man finding mold on the wall

In indoor spaces, mold remediation involves removing or reducing the growth of mold. When left untreated, mold can cause a variety of health and property problems. When mold growth has been detected in a home or building, mold remediation is necessary since it can cause serious health risks to the occupants and damage to the structure. 

In order to determine whether mold remediation is necessary, a licensed assessor must inspect the property. If there are visible patches of mold, musty odors, or water damage, the professional will search for evidence of mold growth. Professionals will assess the extent of mold growth and recommend a course of action if mold is found. Typically they will recommend seeking out the help of a mold removal company like All Dry in order to rid your property of mold.

Mold is not always visible, and can be tricky to identify. In some cases, you may not be aware there is mold in your property, but there are signs that you as a home or business owner may not be aware of. Some indicators that you may benefit from having your home or business inspected for mold before contacting All Dry include:

  • Visible signs of mold
  • Musty, lingering odors
  • Current or previous water damage
  • High indoor humidity
  • Damage to your home may indicate high moisture or mold presence, such as peeling paint, warped floors or walls, stained structural material, etc. 
  • Physical symptoms of mold exposure


Every instance of mold removal is different, depending on the extent of the mold growth, the cause of the issue, and other factors. In general, these are some steps that may be taken by All Dry or maintained by you, the resident or property owner, in order to mitigate mold and keep it away from your property for good. 

Identifying the mold’s source and addressing it is the next step. You may need to fix a plumbing issue, address a roof leak, or install a dehumidifier. After identifying the mold source, the affected areas must be cleaned and treated with an appropriate mold remediation product. Mold-killing solutions may be applied to the affected areas, paints or sealants may be applied, or the materials may need to be replaced.

Professional mold remediation is necessary for the health of the occupants of the home or building, as well as for preventing further structural damage. In addition to respiratory issues, skin irritation, and allergic reactions, mold can cause a variety of health issues. Additionally, mold can weaken the walls, floors, and ceilings of a building, causing structural damage.

The remediation of mold growth in a home or building is a necessary step after mold growth has been detected. By doing so, the occupants of the building are protected from illness and further structural damage is prevented. Having a professional inspect the home or building, identify the source of the mold, and recommend a course of action is important. Allowing mold to inhabit your home after it has been identified can lead to more extensive and costly repairs, so it is always best to have the situation remedied as soon as possible.

All Dry is always here to give our customers the best possible solutions for their mold problems. If you are in need of mold removal, count on All Dry to assist you. Contact our team today to get started.