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Having Drainage Problems in Your Garage?
If you are having problems with water, flooding, dampness, or mold in your garage, it is usually caused by poor draining in your yard or driveway.
While most people associate mold problems with their basement or crawl space, the truth is that many garages suffer from similar mold infestations.
And, because the garage is on the same floor as your main home, and the door is likely opened very often, the mold in your garage has a much easier path into the air circulation of your main home.
This can mean severe health problems for your family, including:
- Respiratory issues
- Flu-like symptoms
- Worsening of asthma
- Skin rash
- Trouble breathing
- Chronic sore throat
- Chronic sneezing and allergy-like symptoms
If your pets sleep in your garage, or your kids play in there, you should have the mold removed ASAP. Mold is lethal to children and small pets!
If you notice that you feel sick after organizing your garage, it’s a strong sign that you have mold. When you stare moving boxes and re-organizing, you are kicking up a lot of dust and mold waste (reproductive spores, etc). You breathe these in, and they make you sick.
How to Get Rid of Garage Mold and Stop Water Problems
Killing mold in your garage, basement, attic, or crawl space starts with ending water and drainage problems.
Better yard drains, driveway drainage, and waterproofing can help stop mold when paired with a mold removal system that kills not only the mold on the surfaces in your home, but also the spores that float through the air.
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