7 Most red patches on skin not itchy common types of mold found in homes l remedics

Cladosporium, recognized by mottled black and green appearance, is one of the most widespread types of mold. It is notorious for triggering asthmatic attacks and a variety red patches on skin not itchy of allergic reactions. It is common on wet wallpapers and window frames, carpets, HVAC insulation, and fiberglass air ducts. This type of mold is airborne and thrives in both red patches on skin not itchy warm and cold conditions, which makes it rather difficult to remove. Aspergillus

Aspergillus is a hazard class A type of mold that red patches on skin not itchy is commonly found in kitchens and bathrooms, on mattresses and carpets, as well as in air conditioning systems. Aspergillus matures in just three days darkening to various shades red patches on skin not itchy of brown, black, green or yellow. This type of mold causes eye and ear infections and red patches on skin not itchy serious respiratory conditions including asthma. Stachybotrys

Stachybotrys is more familiar as black mold – a hazard class A mold that appears in areas that red patches on skin not itchy remain wet or damp for a longer period of time. Black mold grows on cellulose materials and is most commonly red patches on skin not itchy found on wallpapers and wood. Stachybotrys causes severe health problems, including migraines, depression, fatigue, persistent cough, difficulty breathing and tightening in the chest, nose bleeds and pulmonary bleeding in infants. Mucor

Mucor grows in thick white or grayish patches. This type of household mold is often found near air red patches on skin not itchy conditioning, HVAC systems and ducting where it takes advantage of condensation red patches on skin not itchy moisture, or on the old damp carpets. Mucor affects the respiratory system and causes flu-like symptoms. The most severe health problem associated with this mold is red patches on skin not itchy mucormycosis that can damage the sinuses, lungs and even the brain. Acremonium

Acremonium is a toxic hazard class A mold. This type of fungi has a distinct fouls smell, is pink, grey, orange or white in color, and turns from a moist mold to a powdery substance. It is typical of areas where condensation is present (near humidifiers, cooling coils, window sealants, etc.). Exposure to acremonium is associated with serious bone marrow and red patches on skin not itchy immune system problems. It is also a known carcinogen with the potential to red patches on skin not itchy impair brain function. Aureobasidium

Aureobasidium is a hazard class B allergenic mold that can red patches on skin not itchy be typically found behind wallpapers on painted or wooden surfaces. As aureobasidium grows and ages, its color changes from pink and brown to dark brown. This type of mold causes eye, skin and nails infection. Touching aureobasidium with bare skin can result in rash and red patches on skin not itchy dermatitis. Trichoderma

Trichoderma is an allergic mold type thriving in moist areas. It can be distinguished by wooly green patches over a red patches on skin not itchy white color mold. Trichoderma is common of web surfaces, carpets, damp upholstery, in air conditioning filters and HVAC system ducts. Health hazards include pulmonary and liver infections. At the same time, trichoderma causes great damage to building materials making structures rot red patches on skin not itchy and crumble.

Mold varies in types, colors, and associated health risks. Experts commonly know what type of mold they deal with, but definite conclusions may be done only after microbiological testing red patches on skin not itchy . Thus, the best strategy for hosts is to treat any type red patches on skin not itchy of mold as hazardous and take immediate steps to get red patches on skin not itchy rid of it. Do not wait for the symptoms of exposure to show red patches on skin not itchy up – regular mold inspection and crawl space cleaning will keep you red patches on skin not itchy on the safe side.

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