Maintenance

Detecting & Preventing Mold at the Cabin

How to deal with moisture problems and keep them from recurring

Published: September 10, 2012
NARI-Mold
This bathroom remodeling project, which won a 2011 North Central Regional CotY Award for Jones Design Build, LLC, required mold remediation. Photo courtesy www.NARI.org.

Mold is everywhere, but its actual amount and location determine how harmful the mold can be to your cabin and health. When it comes to protecting the longevity of your cabin, camp or cottage, it is important to know how to recognize signs of mold or water damage, how to catch these issues early on, and how to prevent them altogether.

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