Bathroom & Shower Mold

All mold needs moisture to grow, and no place in your house has more moisture than the bathroom. Due to humidity, condensation, weak bathroom fans, and other water sources, bathrooms are the ideal environment for mold to grow.

Bathroom mold is common and likely, but there's no reason to panic if a small spot appears on a shower tile. However, professional help is recommended when there is a serious mold problem, such as mold growing on drywall or wood subflooring. Professional help is always recommended when the affected area is larger than 10 square feet.

If you have mold issues in your bathroom, the experts at Odoms Home Mold Remediation are here to help. We offer free estimates on all our mold removal and remediation services, so call us today to get started!

Causes of Bathroom Mold:

  • Lack of ventilation & excessive moisture
  • Leaky plumbing, toilets & sinks
  • Damp materials such as wood, grout, drywall & rugs

Mold can appear in as little as 24 hours, meaning it's a threat even if you regularly clean your bathroom the walls and ceilings, on the insulation, and anywhere else it has a food source and moisture exposure.

There are several problems that arise from mold in the bathroom. First and foremost are the health risks, as mold can cause irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and skin, among other potentially severe problems. Secondly, the longer mold growth persists in your home, the greater the work becomes to clean up the problem and safe building materials. We want to get to it before drywall needs demoed.

Mold is a common problem for many homeowners, especially in damp areas like the bathroom. If you have signs of a mold problem in your home, our specialists are fully trained and certified to detect all types of mold and provide mold clean up and remediation.

Stop bathroom mold from creating a bigger issue - contact us for help!

No matter how big or small your mold problem is, it's important to act quickly to prevent mold spores from spreading and damaging building materials. Contact us today to schedule a bathroom mold inspection and we will provide you with a free estimate of mold remediation cost for your home.