Types of Mold that Can Grow in your House
Multiple species of mold are capable of colonizing the same space. Identifying
one from the other isn't always possible until a mold test is performed.
Determine what kind of mold is plaguing your home with the aid of our experts.
Read on for details on a few common molds.
Cladosporium: Depending on its environment, this mold might seem brown, green,
or even black. It is common on wood, carpet, textiles, and HVAC vents, and it
thrives in both warm and chilly environments.
Penicillium: This fuzzy mold of varying colors is common in attics,
crawlspaces, and insulation. This is especially true if the land has been
Aspergillus: Green, white, or gray in color with powdery spores and black
spots characterize this mold. Mold may grow in dark, damp places like cloth,
walls, attics, and crawl spaces.