Health Canada calls mould growth a "significant health hazard". That's because the damp conditions that contribute to mould growth in your home make it more likely you'll experience respiratory allergies. If you suffer from asthma and are sensitive to mould, your asthma will get worse.
Poor indoor air quality because you have mould in your home can lead to eye, nose and throat irritation. Coughing and phlegmatic wheezing, and shortness of breath are other signs of mould in your home getting out of control.
Signs of mould in home environments need urgent and professional remedial and removal action. The kind that Breathe Easy Eco Solutions in Winnipeg, Canada can provide. Read on to find out how to go about testing and getting rid of mould in the home.