How does house mold develop?

Organic - biological - pollution
Organic - biological - soiling is basically present on every weathered surface such as facades, terraces, sidewalks and the like, invisible and visible depending on the nutrient and moisture supply, on weather sides mostly clearly visible as green covering to red-yellow-brownish stripes:

Not harmful to health, but slowly destroys paint and plaster through the entry of moisture and the formation of roots. Therefore, these deposits should be removed regularly.
The control / cleaning / disinfection is very easy and reliable with Asperalgin facade cleaner. A root-deep effect is achieved by splitting off oxygen.

Basically, every facade should be sterilized with asperalgin facade cleaner before it is repainted.

Frequently made mistakes are that the surfaces are cleaned with high pressure devices before or without disinfection, which has the consequence that the remaining root remnants germinate again and destroy the coating early on.

House mold, indoors

House mold, caused in interiors by condensation with incorrect heat transfer (frequent temperature fluctuations or too low core temperature of the masonry).
Usually only gray-black to brownish dots and spots up to the entire covering of the wall surface, with relatively little biomass, usually accompanied by a clearly recognizable musty odor.

This is mold infestation (mostly Aspergillus niger and mucor):

Extremely harmful and dangerous for health from touching and breathing in the spores, which leads to mycoses infection.

Fighting is very easy and reliable with Original Schimmelstop. Simply spray on and the mold will visibly disappear in a few minutes. The mold is reliably killed by splitting off oxygen.

For permanent protection against mold, if the cause cannot be eliminated, there is a polyoxin protector, mold protection that can be sprayed on. This product is suitable for living spaces and does not contain any fungal poison solutions.

Dry rot

Dry rot is another manifestation of fungal infestation, usually indoors. Easily recognizable by its color and its abundant biomass, also in the roots. This fungus is less of a health concern, but it is extremely dangerous for the building fabric, as it only draws its nutrients from the wood and completely destroys it in the process.
Load-bearing wooden components can be destroyed by this fungus, including roof trusses.

The emergence of dry rot has been on the rise for several years and can be traced back to incorrect and too tight insulation and condensing cavities without air circulation.

Combating and eliminating this fungus requires great care and specialist knowledge, as the root network (mycelium) must also be completely removed.

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