Potential Dangers of Mould

The short answer for most healthy people is no, black mould won’t kill you and is unlikely to make you sick.

However, black mould can make the following groups sick:

  • very young people
  • very old people
  • people with compromised immune systems
  • people with existing health conditions

But even these groups are unlikely to die from black mould exposure.

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Mould Can Rot and Damage Your Home!

The presence of mould and dispersion of mould spores will reduce the indoor air quality of your home. Mould can also cause stains and unpleasant odors that if not remediated will be persistent and become far more problematic over time.  While it generally will not cause structural damage, mould tends to grow on surfaces rather than deep into substrates. In order for structural damage to occur decay fungi, mould’s not so distant cousin, needs to gain a foothold.  In many cases these are deeply hidden.

Decay fungi spores, moisture, organic material, and temperatures over 40 degrees are all it takes for the rotting process to begin.