Did you know that some molds can survive even in harsh conditions like the Antarctic. In fact, many molds can withstand refrigeration and chill temperatures. The spores wait, dormant, until conditions are right to begin growing again. Spring weather often brings unpleasant surprises to homeowners, when mold appears on brickwork, patios, outdoor furniture and more.
During the winter months, mold can become a problem inside many homes and business. The spores are brought in on people’s shoes and clothing or float in every time the door opens. Several factors contribute to active mold growth during the winter months. Moisture In most areas of the northern hemisphere, winter means rain, snow
Mold grows in schools when airborne mold spores land in damp, warm places. Fall is an ideal time for mold spores to be tracked in as kids hit the playground, shuffle through the fall leaves, and return to their classrooms. Bathrooms, kitchens, vent pipes, near water fountains, behind drywall or wall coverings, in ceilings, around