Mould can grow anywhere there is moisture, warmth, and a food source like cellulose. What’s more, many areas in homes and properties can harbor mould, including closets.
Smoke alarms are critical in protecting households from fires. However, they don’t always sound when an actual fire breaks out in a property.
Wherever there’s moisture, mould doesn’t take long to appear. This goes for most areas in a home, including the attic.
Influenza, or the flu, affects many Canadians each year. A significant number of those affected end up in the hospital and even pass away from flu-related illnesses.
Washing machines and dryers require periodic cleaning, too! Over time, washing machines collect detergent residue which may lead to mould and less efficient washes.
Wet clothes or fabrics are highly vulnerable to mould infestation if they’re not dried in time.