Black mold can grow just about anywhere there is moisture, so you won’t be surprised to know that it is more common in humid areas of the country. Buildings that have been affected by hurricanes — those with broken windows or damaged roofs — can also allow water in and encourage black mold growth. If you live in the areas below and think for any reason that you might have black mold, contact Culley Enviro for professional mold testing.


Aledo

Allen

Argyle

Arlington

Azle

Balch Springs

Bedford

Benbrook

Benbrook

Boyd

Bridgeport

Brock

Burleson

Carrollton

Cedar Hill

City of Rhome

Colleyville

Coppell

Corinth

Cresson

Crowley

Dallas

Decatur

Denton

Desoto

DFW Airport

Duncanville

Duncanville

Edgecliff Village

Euless

Farmers Branch

Flower Mound

Forney

Fort Worth

Frisco

Garland

Granbury

Grand Prairie

Grapevine

Haltom City

Highland Village

Hudson Oaks

Hurst

Irving

Justin

Keller

Krum

Lake Dallas

Lancaster

Las Colinas

Lewisville

Lucas

Little Elm

Mansfield

McKinney

Mesquite

Murphy

Northlake

North Richland Hills

Pantego

Plano

Ponder

Princeton

Prosper

Richardson

River Oaks

Rockwall

Rowlett

Sansom Park

Springtown

Terrell

The Colony

Trophy Club

University Park

Watauga

Waxahachie

Weatherford

White Settlement

Willow Park

Wilmer

Wylie


The Dangers of Black Mold

Black mold isn’t something you should ignore. It tends to get worse over time, spreading throughout the building and negatively affect the sale price of any structure that’s affected.

But the real danger of black mold is the health effect it can have on humans. When people breath in the mycotoxins that black mold releases, initial response often resembles those of seasonal allergies: sneezing, coughing, irritation to eyes, nose, and throat. Chronic fatigue, headaches, and rashes are also common. Unfortunately, respiratory problems can progress to dangerous levels, especially in anyone who has previous breathing difficulties.

Black mold also affects the brain in frightening ways. Beyond a standard headache, black mold sickness can range from something as simple as trouble concentrating to much more serious problems such as insomnia, memory loss, depression, confusion, and anxiety.

What Can Be Done?

If you or a loved one seems fine when outside the home, only to start feeling bad once they get inside the house, you should call a mold inspection company right away. Conversely, if you own a building and people complain about breathing problems only experienced when in your building, most testing should be an immediate concern to find out if you need black mold removal.

During testing, a certified mold inspector will review the building in question. This includes a visual inspection; the presence of mold is sometimes very obvious, while other times it’s hidden. Air testing is also common to determine the exact type of mold being dealt with. The inspector will also discuss the history of the property to determine the most likely locations mold might be hiding.

Culley Enviro Is Here To Help

We’re mold remediation and inspection experts, and we’re ready to help you with your problem, Contact Culley Enviro today to protect yourself and those around you from the dangers associated with this problematic fungus.