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If you have recently dealt with a roof leak, then it’s possible that you have to contend with mold and mildew now. Beyond the smell, you must get rid of mold and mildew to secure the structure of your home. Without your immediate attention, mold and mildew can lead to the deterioration of the wood in your home.

Treat the Area with Chemicals

One of the easiest ways to eliminate mold and mildew is with chemicals. Of course, the use of chemicals will remove mold and mildew if the problem isn’t too severe. To ensure that you have the completely remove mold and mildew, you should hire a professional who is capable of applying the right chemicals to your specific type of mold and mildew. Most homeowners try to do this alone but find that they have recurring mold and mildew problems.

Remove the Damaged Wood

When your mold and mildew problem has been around for a few months or a few years, then the problem could be more than on the surface. Instead of using chemicals to remove your mold and mildew, you will need to replace the area that’s affected. You should hire a restoration specialist to replace the part of your ceiling that’s affected. With the help of a professional, you can ensure that you won’t have recurrent problems with mold and mildew.

Clean Your Ducts

Mold can easily circulate throughout your home through your ducts. If this happens, you will find that you have mold and mildew in other areas of your home, beyond the initial roof leak. To ensure that you remove all traces of mold and mildew from your home, a HVAC professional should check your duct work. With the help of a professional, they can help you determine the best course of action to eliminate mold and mildew from your home.

The dangers of mold and mildew go beyond a foul odor in your home. Mold and mildew can affect your ability to breath. If you have recently had a roof leak, then it’s important that you assess whether you have mold and mildew so that you can remedy the problem before it threatens the structure of your home. After you’ve hired a roofer to fix your leak, hire a restoration professional to find and remove all the mold and mildew in your home.

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