Mold | Fungi Growth | Wood Decay | Attics & Crawlspaces

Wood Decay & Mold in attics / Crawlspaces

Mold, Fungi growth and wood decay fungi can be serious problems for any structure that has been damaged by water from Hurricane Matthew. Wood decay fungi can literally destroy building materials on which they grow.

High concentration of Fungi Growth has caused health problems. The active ingredient in Moldcare is a powerful industrial disinfectant like that used to sanitize restaurants and hospitals.

Moldcare disinfectant is formulated to be used with Bora-Care for even greater performance against other wood destroying organisms , including termites (subterranean, Formosan, drywood), carpenter ants and wood boring beetles.

BORA-CARE penetrates deep into the wood providing long lasting protection against subterranean termites, drywood termites, Formosan termites, powder post beetles, wood bores and decay fungi.

Bora-Care with Moldcare penetrates into wood and remains there for as long lasting residual protection for years to come.

Just remember water is the problem. Mold can not be prevented if the building materials are continuously getting wet.  Make sure you solve all conditions conducive to mold and wood decay fungi growth – Plumbing & Roof Leaks, Crawlspace moisture conditions, Condensation problems, water intrusion and ventilation issues.

Moldcare Bora-Care is a liquid treatment -EPA Approved, North Carolina registered and all around Fungicide, Mildewcide, Moldicide, Termiticide and Insecticide chemical.

If you have completed the tear out of water-damaged walls and flooring from hurricane Matthew, D & D Pest Control Co. can give you a free estimate to kill and prevent wood decay fungi growth in your home. Call (252)752-9141 for more information.

Mold Facts:

  • The key to controlling mold is moisture
  • Mold spores are every where both indoors & outdoors.
  • In high concentrations genuses Apergillus, Cladosporium, Penicillium and Stachybotrys are the most dangerous molds.
  • The longer the molds grows the more damage to the building materials.

 

For a free estimate call (252)531-0621