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Judy Kojadinovich
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Humidity and Mold and Spring

Published on 6/3/2013
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Humidity and Mold and Spring

This is a stopmoldcold editorial on the frustration of getting people to dry up there basement to avoid asthma and allergy attacks from the triggers of mold. When humidity of spring comes, so does mold in your home. Many people do not realize that if you leave your basement alone you are inviting mold. If you have children or if you have allergies and/or asthma, you are inviting trouble. Some own a basement dehumidifier and refuse to turn it on. Are you one of those who just want to save money on your electric bill? Kids with asthma and allergies are not to be exposed to mold. Folks would rather save money on their electric bill than prevent an asthma attack. Doctors need to tell patients how to keep their basements dry to kill and prevent mold in addition to providing medication for asthma patients.

StopMoldCold: Opinion Corner Excuse for Basement Mold

Ok, spring is starting to heat up and so is the humidity. So, what does spring have to do with humidity and mold? The real question is: Is the basement dehumidifier on?

How Many of You Own a Basement Dehumidifier, Now 'fess Up

And do you even own one? If you do not know what I mean, here is an explanation, basements are naturally wet. If you leave them alone, they get moldy. Mold feeds off of the wet dirt in your basement. To prevent basement mold, dry up the basement. But, you need to remember to turn on the basement dehumidifier and you cannot turn it off because you “think its dry". What, did you stick your finger in the air to check? Or did you look on the floor and say:"oh, gee, I do not see any water; guess I can turn off the basement dehumidifier. That is not how it works.


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