You may be wondering if you need to worry about mold on exterior of home surfaces the way you do about mold inside your home. After all, mold is common outdoors, isn't it? And you can't be expected to prevent mold spores from landing on the outside of your home or to keep moisture off the exterior of your home.
It's true that it can be hard to prevent mold on the exterior of your home, but there are things you can do to protect your home from mold growth. And you should take such steps, because exterior mold can damage your home and it does carry health risks, even if those health risks may be somewhat less than the risks associated with mold inside the home.
It's a problem for several reasons.
The best way to remove mold from exterior surfaces of your home depends on the types of materials on which the mold is growing. We suggest contacting the manufacturer of your home, if possible (or the manufacturer of your siding if you've had new siding put on your home), to ask about the best way to remove mold. Not only can the manufacturer offer valuable advice, it's important to check with them because using the wrong technique or mold removal product may void any warranties.
Generally the exterior homes surfaces are washed, sometimes with a power washer (but that may damage some types of siding, which is another reason to consult a professional or the manufacturer of your home before getting started), then a mold removal product is applied.Just remember to check with your home's manufacturer or to consult a professional before using it to make sure it's the right product for your home.
If you need help removing mold from the exterior of your home, we suggest consulting a professional that washes exterior home surfaces, including walls, decks, and other surfaces. You can follow this link American Pressure Wsshing