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Ways Mold Can Ruin Your Life

Ways Mold Can Ruin Your Life

Mold requires 3 components to thrive – a source of food, moisture, and time. When these 3 components are combined, mold has the opportunity to grow in virtually any environment, especially when warmer temperatures are present.  Unfortunately, mold is extremely common in residential households, and has the potential to ruin your life, affecting your health, home, and finance.


Headaches, nasal and sinus congestion, coughing, and sneezing are all health symptoms that can be associated with mold exposure.


High levels of mold exposure can result in asthma episodes, allergic reactions, sinus congestion, neurological problems, or even death. Whether you have an allergic reaction, or become ill, a trip to the hospital or ER due to mold exposure can be costly.


Mold may pose a lifelong health hazard to you and your loved ones. Take precautions to avoid costly medications, exorbitant hospital visit costs, and lifelong health hazards.



Mold can wreak havoc in your home, as it has the ability to deteriorate walls and structures.


If left untreated, mold can leave your home uninhabitable, destroying what you and your family worked to establish.


Looking to learn about home mold prevention? Read our Top 5 Mold Prevention Tips here.



Healthcare costs are rising, and fixing extensive mold damage can cost upwards of several thousand dollars.


The first sign of mold in your home should prompt a call to your local mold remediation experts.


Remediation cleans and removes contaminated materials, preventing future mold growth in the affected area. The sooner the mold is identified and treated, the easier and more cost efficient the process will be.


Want to ensure that mold does not ruin your life? Call Ace Mold Proof for your free consultation and comprehensive mold inspection. Ace serves all of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky, and is ready to serve you in all of your mold remediation needs.