Mold may return after remediation, but only if the moisture resource that causes the mold problem is not found. As soon as that problem is resolved, mold remediation will surely prevent mold from returning to that area. It's a common belief that dry mold is safe, but is that true? Yes and no. While mold spores don't multiply without a source of moisture, they reactivate and begin to grow once they come back into contact with water.
One of the main questions our Restore Pro mold remediation and restoration experts receive is whether mold can reappear after mold remediation. The simple answer is yes, because spores grow better in warmer temperatures, between 77 and 86 degrees, and in humid or humid climates, above 55%. Since mold is dangerous, it is important to remove spores through proper remediation and then prevent future outbreaks with proactive measures that reduce the likelihood of regrowth. It's that easy and all the mold has disappeared, leaving the paint job intact.
The best part is that mold won't appear again. Rather, homeowners who want to rid their homes of mold and also stop further growth should partner with a mold remediation company. Otherwise, mold is likely to return over time, although the mold removal company will do its best to remove it the first time.