When you hear the word mold, do you shudder? It is one of the enemies of homeowners around the nation, and it seems like it can start growing out of nowhere, but the fact is that you can do a lot to prevent mold-growth from happening in your home.

Mold thrives under ideal circumstances. It needs moisture, warmth, and stale air to thrive, so you should do your best to make sure that these conditions aren’t available in your home.

Having good ventilation in your home can do a lot to prevent mold growth. If you notice that there are parts of your home where the air gets stale, you should look for ways to improve the air flow, maybe by installing fans and vents.
You also need to be careful with moisture. Make it a habit to clean up spills and avoid leaving piles of wet clothes or towels on the floor.

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What Every Home Buyer Should Know

Are you buying a home in Southern Maryland, Washington D.C., or Northern Virginia? Then there is some important information you should know first - from the perspective of a home inspector.

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