Got Bathroom Mold?
Where there’s water, there may be mold. Got bathroom mold? Keep reading to find out what to do.
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That’s because you may not have proper ventilation in the bathroom. And this condensation, if not dried, will sit on bathroom surfaces and can open the door to mold.
Do you have air circulation in your bathroom?
If you have a window, then opening it can help mitigate the condensation and dry out the bathroom. However, it may not be enough. And it also can also change during different seasons and weather patterns.
When you’re using hot water to take a shower, it’s important to have air circulation and heat to help dry the moisture and eliminate the potential for mold.
That’s why a ceiling exhaust fan with a heater is ideal. It creates both ventilation and enough heat to dry out the bathroom and cut down on the potential for mold.
The other thing you can do to control moisture is to wipe down wet surfaces in the bathroom after taking a shower. Even eliminating some of the moisture can help to dry out the bathroom and eliminate the potential for mold.
Looking to improve bathroom ventilation? Give the Agentis team a call, we’re ready to help.