Prevent Toxic Mold by monitoring humidity and moisture levels
Almost all mold needs 3 components to grow:
Since we cannot always control toxic mold spores (every home has them) and the inside of our homes cannot always be surrounded by UVA/UVB light we can try to prevent mold from growing by controlling the humidity, water and moisture levels.
Can Toxic Mold be killed, denatured or controlled by temperature?
According to the Florida Solar Energy Research Center: http://www.fsec.ucf.edu/en/consumer/buildings/basics/moldgrowth.htm
Prevent Moisture from building up and activating molds spores in Bathrooms
How many times have you or your family members taken a shower, turned on the exhaust fan then walked out way before all of the moisture has left the bathroom? Did you realize that by doing this 2-3 times per day you are actually causing moisture that is left behind to activate toxic mold spores. This is one of the main reasons of a high concentration of toxic mold found in bathrooms.
Did you know that there is a technology that can actually keep your fan running until ALL of the humidity has left the room. Even after you've left the bathroom? It's a genius invention that can be used as yet another home prevention technique to avoid future mold problems in wet shower areas.
In this video "Weekend Workbench" will demonstrate how to install a "Humidistat" sensor and fan contol into your current exhaust fan. Below the video we've also listed the tools and supplies you'll need to install it yourself.