Important information regarding coronavirus and mold exposure
We know that mold does not lead to the coronavirus and the coronavirus does not lead to mold. However, it is well documented that long term exposure to mold can lead to a compromised immune system, particularly in immune compromised individuals, small children, elderly and even pets. And it is also well documented that cold and flu viruses are more easily contracted when a person has a weak or compromised immune system. Therefore, it is important now more than ever to make sure you and your loved ones are not exposed to mold or anything that can weaken their defenses against sickness. During any flu season, and especially in the presence of the coronavirus pandemic, be sure to call Mold Masters to perform complete mold and indoor air quality survey in your home to be sure your residence is as healthy as possible. If a mold or indoor air quality problem is found, it is also important to have mold removal, air quality and surfaces cleaning performed as soon as possible to ensure a safe environment that can support healthy living.