Am:Pm Restoration & Construction Inc, 

6311 Berquist Ave

Woodland Hills,California,91367

Ofice Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

Field 7:00am-10pm

Cell: 818-731-4836

Office: 818-697-2551

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Any home or business can quickly become infested with mold with the introduction of a water source, like a roof or plumbing leak. Mold can spread throughout a property in as little as 48-72 hours, and can produce allergens and irritants that have the potential to cause other health effects. 


Mold is considered a sub-group of the Fungi Kingdom

it is a fungus that grows in wet and humid places,

some types of mold are commonly known as mildew.

Mold is a non-scientific term for many types of fungi - unwanted,

unappealing patches of black, brown, yellow, pink, green, smelly, fuzzy growths.

Countless species of mold are found both indoors and outdoors.

Mold are asexual fungi that produce spores that are extremely small and can be airborne 

Present on carpet, air we breathe, basements, walls, ceiling, kitchen, water heater,

 crawl space and any moist area in the household may harbor mold.



Exposure to moldy environments may cause a variety of health effects

Allergic reaction AND infections = by far the most common, inhalation of spores or touching

Asthma = mold spores can trigger or make asthma worse, in people with asthma who are allergic to mold, breathing in spores can also cause asthma attacks

Whether you're allergic to mold exposure can cause symptoms such as nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, coughing, wheezing, or skin irritation, including shortness of breath.

In addition to people with allergies and asthma, others who may be more sensitive to the effects of mold include:


Mold will grow in places with a lot of moisture, such as around leaks in roofs, windows, or pipes, or where there has been flooding. Mold grows well on paper products, cardboard, ceiling tiles, and wood products. Mold can also grow in dust, paints, wallpaper, insulation, drywall, carpet, fabric, your walls, floors, appliances, or furniture – they can all provide the food mold needs to grow. But the thing all molds need most is moisture, so you're most likely to see mold in damp places such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, basements, and crawl spaces.


Home buyers are well advised to invest in both a home inspection and mold inspection before purchasing a home, particularly if there is any indication that there are potential moisture issues.

The problem with mold is that it can be hidden under baseboards, beneath carpet, and under a new paint job.
AmPm Restoration inspector will look for visual problems with the home, signs that conditions exist to encourage mold growth:
1. Water stains
2. Heavy smell of mildew
3. Water seepage
4. Leaky roof.

5. Human sensitivity: itchy eyes, burning sensation on skin, coughing.


Since extensive mold in a home can make it virtually unlivable, testing for a specialized mold can potentially save you thousands of dollars and your health.

Mold is everywhere, but it isn’t healthy to live where mold grows

For more information CALL 818-697-2551