Need Help Now?

CALL OUR 24-HOUR EMERGENCY
RESPONSE LINE

Florida: 850-225-5354
Alabama: 251-225-5354

Handling Mold in Your Vacation Home

mold removal fort walton beach, mold removal florida, mold cleanup floridaFort Walton Beach is the perfect place for your vacation home: beautiful and relaxing. We have to remember, though, Florida is heavy on the humidity and precautions must be taken to address mold. Just about everything in your home is vulnerable to mold, and while normal humidity levels are between 30% and 50%, Pensacola averages about 70% through the warm months.

Don’t worry, though, Complete DKI is here to provide some tips to battle mold even when you’re not at your vacation home:
– in the kitchen: clean appliances, cabinets, and countertops with sudsy water and dry ALL surfaces
– when heading back home after the vacation – dispose of fresh or perishable foods, including cereals, crackers, and pasta
– clean out refrigerators and freezers and toss opened condiments
– if you unplug the refrigerator/freezer, be sure to leave the door propped open
– clean dishwasher interior and filter and leave door open
– thoroughly clean bathroom fixtures and all surfaces and wash/dry all bath towels
– remove any plastic wrappings or bags around clothing or furniture
– run the air conditioning 2 hours a day (using home monitoring systems via smartphone)
– clean/repair roof gutters

These tips will certainly help you keep your vacation home mold free, but we know nothing is inevitable – especially when talking about mold in Florida. That’s where Complete DKI comes in. We’re here to address any mold you come across in your home and have the resources and knowledge (including AMRT certification) to help get your beautiful beach home back to being safe and relaxing for you and your family. We’re here every day of the year, and when you call you’ll get a live, local person who understands your needs.

Contact Us

If this is an emergency please call 850-225-5354
or 251-225-5354.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Email Subscribe