Mold can grow in homes where there is excess moisture, poor ventilation, or high humidity levels. Here are some common sources of mold in homes. One of the best ways to prevent mold growth in your home is to control moisture levels, and promote good ventilation. If you want to know what may be growing in your air call today for an air quality test. #616-406-4202www.overandunderwood.com
Home Sweet Healthy Home. Did you know there are household plants that you can incorporate into your home for cleaner indoor air? At Over & Underwood Home Inspection we can also make sure you are free from allergens, mold, and pollutants by doing a comprehensive test that will give you results within 48 hours. But here are some plants you can incorporate into your home to improve the air quality. Snake Plant-Absorbs nitrogen oxide and formaldehyde from the air. Awesome for improving overall air quality. Spider Plant-Removes carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and other toxins. Gerbera Daisy-Absorbs formaldehyde benzene and improves sleep by giving off oxygen while absorbing carbon dioxide. Areca Palm-Great purifying plant for general air cleanliness. Also known as acting as a humidifier. Peace Lily-Removes mold spores, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. This is a great plant to place in bathrooms.