Myrtle Beach Real Estate Blog

How to Identify Mold Growth in Your Home

Does Your Home Have Mold? What You Should Be Looking ForThere are a few things no homeowner ever wants to find in their home. Pests are one, and mold is another. Whereas insects and rodents usually leave behind tell-tale signs of their presence, mold can be more difficult to identify, especially for those who don’t know what they’re looking for. Here are some of the different ways Pawley's Island homeowners can look for mold in their home to keep themselves and everyone in the home safer.

Mold Can Affect Health of People In the Home

Many people suffer from seasonal allergies, especially in the spring and summer. To someone who doesn’t know any better, mold having an affect on the people living in the home can be written off as just seasonal allergies. Common symptoms of sensitivity to mold include:

  • Congestion
  • Coughing and sneezing
  • Sore throat
  • Eye irritation (especially dry or watering eyes)
  • Skin irritation
  • Headaches

If a homeowner is experiencing these symptoms outside of normal allergy seasons, it can be a sign of a mold outbreak in the home. If the mold is left untreated, prolonged exposure to it can lead to the development of deadly diseases and conditions. These include asthma, cancer, liver and kidney failure, neurotoxicity, birth defects, and more.

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Visiting or Buying a Place in Myrtle Beach: What Each Area Has to Offer

Where to Go When Visiting or Buying a Home in Myrtle BeachAre you looking to buy or stay at a place in Myrtle Beach? It can be hard to decide on which area to choose as there are attractions in each location. Twelve unique communities are encompassed in the area known as Myrtle Beach. A lively downtown area, loads of natural beauty and historic areas can be found in and around the Myrtle Beach area. This area has grown in popularity and continues to attract new and returning visitors every year.

Potential buyers whoneed larger accommodations may want to look for a spacious condo with multiple bedrooms, those looking for smaller spaces may want an accommodation close to the action, and others may want a more low-key area that includes beach accessibility but with less congestion than the most popular areas. One's own objectives and budget may influence which area of Myrtle Beach may be most suitable for an upcoming vacation. What do visitors and possible future residents need to know about the different areas of Myrtle Beach?

North Myrtle Beach

Homeowners and visitors like the North Myrtle Beach area as it includes numerous attractions and shopping options. Condo-style accommodations offer multiple bedrooms for travelers. North Myrtle Beach attractions include:

  • Alligator Adventure
  • ...