Is indoor mold harmful?

With more than 100,000 varieties, mold is a necessary fungus for our ecosystem’s survival. It thrives in warm, damp, dark, and poorly ventilated areas. Mold assists the cycle of life by decomposing organic matter, such as fallen fruit from a tree, which is then recycled into the soil. We encounter microscopic mold spores just about everywhere, indoors and out. Outdoors, mold resides on grass, leaves, wood, flowers, and in the air. As such, we often track mold into the home, and it transfers to floors, countertops, furniture, and carpets. Indoor mold is most commonly found in basements, kitchens, bathrooms, and anywhere a spill, leak, or flood has not completely dried. You may have also seen

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