Three Ways to Prevent Bathroom Mold

Even if you’re the tidiest person in all the land, there is still a pretty good chance you have a small amount of mold in your bathroom. Mold thrives in damp atmospheres – and what’s damper than a bathroom after a long, hot shower? There are steps you can take, however, to reduce the chance for mold to grow in your bathroom. At Kozy Kollar, we hope to educate our users on the benefits of proper bathroom exhausts and ventilation procedures.


Leave the Fan On

This could be the easiest way to reduce the potential for bathroom mold. Leaving the exhaust fan on in the bathroom while, and after, you shower will help the moisture evaporate long before mold occurs. If you don’t have a fan in your bathroom, consider installing one.


Double Check Your Ventilation System

Leave the fan on? Check. Even if you religiously use a bathroom exhaust system, mold is still possible if the ventilation system is not installed correctly. If the ventilation system does not lead outside your home, the moisture will gather somewhere else. Even if it’s not in your bathroom, mold can still grow in your attic if a ventilation system is incomplete.


Install An Exhaust Hood From Kozy Kollar

If upon inspection you discover your ventilation isn’t up to par, don’t worry. You won’t have to call the HVAC company for an emergency procedure. With Kozy Kollar’s easy to install exhaust hoods, you can redirect the moisture outside of your home. Doing so will prevent mold from growing inside your attic, where you might not see it until it’s too late.


At Kozy Kollar, we’re dedicated to providing secure solutions for healthier living. Our products are simple to install, and can be implemented from the safety of your home – no roof scaling required! Please contact us at  (603) 598-1192 for more information about our bathroom exhaust hoods.