Mold experts say the first thing to look out for is white dust. Mold will grow year-round. It's not really temperature-sensitive inside of a structure because we keep the homes comfortable for ourselves, which the downside to that is it makes it an ideal environment for mold growth.
Check closets, basements, air ducts, wood furniture and leather, too. If you do find mold and it covers more than 10 square feet, call a professional.
If it's a small amount, you can clean it yourself with store-bought products or tea tree oil, but don't use chlorine or bleach.
It looks like it works the first time, but it ends up coming back stronger or worse.
"Humidity control, humidity control, humidity control."
Any kind of mold can be dangerous.The common misconception is: it doesn't have to be black mold to be bad mold.
The best way to protect your home and your family is to be on the lookout, keep the humidity in your home at or below 50 percent and if you do find mold, act quickly.
Don't wait on it, and call a professional.