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Black Mold Remediation

Black Mold Remediation in Gainesville, Jacksonville, Ocala & Lake City, Florida

If you ignore moisture building up in your home, finding mold should be no surprise. Mold is a microorganism that thrives in damp, humid, and dark places. You should never ignore mold on your walls, floors, or ceiling because of the health impact on your family. At Dreyer’s DKI, we strongly suggest that you immediately address mold issues and we can help.

What Makes Black Mold Dangerous?

There are three types of mold that commonly grow in your home. First, there is allergenic mold, which causes discomfort for people with allergies and asthma. The second type is pathogenic mold, which can cause distress to those with weak immune systems. The last type is toxigenic mold, which is the class that black mold is part of and it is the most dangerous kind. 

Black mold is extremely toxic. When this microorganism releases its spores, it also spreads mycotoxins in the air. Mycotoxins can cause serious breathing difficulties, including bleeding in the lungs. Staying in a room that is heavy with black mold can affect both your physical and mental health. Some of the symptoms of toxic black mold exposure include:

  • Problems with memory and memory loss
  • Hallucinations
  • Brain fog
  • Seizures
  • Bleeding gums
  • Pulmonary edema and hemorrhage
  • Eye inflammation
  • Vomiting up blood

All of these symptoms are caused by a tiny mold that can be difficult to remove. Scraping it off will not get rid of it completely, so it will just continue to grow. Contact Dreyer’s DKI to get rid of black mold permanently using the proper equipment and methods. Our professional mold remediation services will make sure that the mold is gone for good.

Never take mold lightly, especially when you are dealing with black mold. This microorganism is best left to the professionals for your safety. If you need mold remediation services in the surrounding areas of Gainesville, Ocala, and Lake City, Florida, please give us a call at 352-403-0085