by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 5, 2017)
Mold has a really nasty tendency to grow just about wherever it can if given the opportunity. One such place—particularly in more humid climates—is on the siding of homes. While it can grow quickly, it is possible to clean it up. However, clean up isn't always the best option. Preventing mold from growing on the siding of a home is usually the best way to go.
All you need to do to ensure that you have mold-free siding, is follow these instructions.
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