Mold inside your crawl space is a clear sign that you have moisture issues in your crawl space. Mold needs a damp environment to thrive, so the best way to prevent mold growth is to keep your crawl space clean and dry.

There are a few different types of mold that could grow in your crawl space, with some being more dangerous than others. Most mold appears either white, yellow, green, grey, or black. If it is taken care of quickly, you likely won’t have any issues with air quality. Black mold is generally considered to be the most toxic kind of mold, although it can vary.

Need help with moisture control to help prevent future mold spore growth in your crawl space? We offer free quotes in Greater Atlanta and North Georgia, including Marietta, Athens, Gainesville, Jasper, Calhoun, Douglasville, Peachtree City, and Conyers.

Not only is mold growth an unsightly issue, but it can also take a major toll on your health, especially if you or a loved one suffer from allergies. The air that circulates in your crawl space can seep through into your home and negatively impact the quality of the air you breathe.

Mold needs a moist environment to thrive. Several different types of mold can grow in a damp crawl space. 

Prevent Mold Growth

The best way to prevent mold growth is to eliminate moisture in your crawl space through waterproofing, encapsulation, and air filtration and dehumidification processes. Since mold relies on moisture to grow, a dry crawl space will keep you safe from future mold growth.

Our dehumidifiers are the best performing residential dehumidification systems on the market and they are designed to permanently regulate the relative humidity and, in turn, air quality, in your crawl space. Their  self draining  capabilities further add to your peace of mind as a homeowner and ensure you never have to experience a highly humid climate again.

If you think your crawl space has a mold issue, contact the experts at AquaGuard today for a free evaluation. 

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Our SaniDry™ Sedona has a self-draining design which connects directly to your waterproofing system’s discharge line, and it can remove up to 109 pints of water per day in your crawl space, without ever needing to have its collection tray emptied.