How To Remove Mold From An Attic
Suggestions For How To Find Roof Leaks and Improve Attic Ventilation
Another source of excess moisture could be a bathroom fan with exhaust pipes that empty into the attic instead of the pipes extending up and through the roof.
Click the following link to read a brief article discussing how to get rid of mold in an attic.
One of the most helpful sections of this article involves how to properly ventilate an attic and where to look for common roof leaks.
Of course, the article also discusses how to kill mold and remove mold stains, with an emphasis on ensuring that you kill mold roots. There are also suggestions for how to keep mold from coming back using an anti-microbial sealer.
If you are a do-it-yourself homeowner, you can follow the suggestions listed in this article, but be sure to use safety gear when removing black mold, green mold, or any other type of mold.
We’d like to point out that this article was written by a certified mold remediation service. So we certainly respect their opinion based on first-hand experience.
However, we’d like to challenge them to consider using Endurance BioBarrier’s Cleaner Prep to remove mold and mold stains and then use our non-toxic Endurance BioBarrier as their anti-microbial “sealer” to kill mold roots and prevent mold from returning.
In fact, since we guarantee that Endurance BioBarrier will prevent mold regrowth in enclosed attics for up to 25 years (assuming the roof leak or excessive moisture problem is fixed), we suspect that this remediation company would be able to extend their own warranty beyond the 5 to 10 years mentioned in the article.