Bathroom Mold removal in Durham
Mold Inspections, Remediations, and Removal in Durham Homes
Durham was established in 1849 with a railway depot built on land donated by Bartlett S Durham, incorporated in 1869. Durham is considered part of the Raleigh-Durham-Cary statistical area with a population of over 2 million people. NC Central University and Duke University are located within the city.
Notable sites within the city in addition to the two universities, including
- Sarah P. Duke Gardens
- Museum of Life and Science,
- Durham Bulls Athletic Park
- Cameron Indoor Stadium
- Durham Performing Arts Center,
- Duke Lemur Center
- Eno River State Park
- American Tobacco Historic District
- Duke Homestead and Tobacco Factory,
- Carolina Theater and
- Bennett Place.
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Visited by more than 400,00 visitors every year, the gardens cover 55 acres, offering specialized gardens free of charge, 365 days a year. There have been some restrictions during current health concerns. Visitors should check ahead of time before visiting the gardens for opening hours.
Duke Gardens got its start in 1935 with a gift of $20,000 from Sarah P Duke. More than 100 flower beds were planted. Today there are four distinct areas:
- Historic Gardens
- Roney Fountain
- H.L. Blomquist Garden of Native Plants
- W.L Culberson Asiatic Arboretum
- Doris Duke Center Gardens and
- Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden
There are over 5 miles of pathways and walks throughout the gardens. Many visitors enjoy visiting the park throughout the year, enjoying the changing vistas as the seasons change.
Eno River State Park
Located just 15 minutes from Durham, the state park offers almost 30 miles of trails along the Eno River. There is backcountry camping available for individuals and groups. All supplies and equipment must be carried in and out. Kayaking and canoeing are permitted when there is sufficient water flow to support these activities. Visitors enjoy picnicking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and hiking the trails.
American Tobacco Historic District
The American Tobacco District comprises 14 buildings that trace back to North Carolina’s tobacco industry dating from the 1870s to the 1950s. The American Tobacco Company Manufacturing Plant is included in the National Register of Historic Places. The entire area was redeveloped beginning in 2001 and now is a much-visited tourist, cultural, and entertainment area.
The American Tobacco Historic District is located close to hotels and restaurants, with five venues nearby.
There are also several attractions nearby. For example, the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, the Durham Performing Arts Center, and several others are also within walking distance. There are many places to grab a drink and something to eat for visitors and residents to enjoy.
Attic Mold Removal Caused by Bad Bathroom Exhaust Fan in Durham
Bathrooms naturally generate a great deal of humidity from hot showers and long baths. Exhaust fans are installed to remove some of the moisture and exhaust it to the outdoors. A faulty exhaust fan can cause mold growth in the bathroom, and broken exhaust pipes routed through the attic also can cause mold to grow in the attic.
SERVPRO provides mold inspection, remediation, and mold removal services to Durham area residents. We can inspect the bathroom area and check the attic for signs of mold infestations. Also, our services include:
- Clean all surfaces to remove mold spores
- Remove damaged materials that have absorbed moisture
- Dry all surfaces and structure
- Minor repairs, including broken exhaust pipe repair
Call SERVPRO of North Durham for mold removal in Durham and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (919) 467-0880.