Mold can be be a huge issue for homeowners. Check out some of the worst mold dmaage homes have seen.
The drooping blades of a mold-covered ceiling fan are seen in a damaged house in the Lower Ninth Ward December 24, 2005 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
NEW ORLEANS - OCTOBER 01, 2005: Mold covers a picture of Norman Paternostro at his grandmother Evelyn Mathews' flooded home in the Lakeview District October 1, 2005 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The people of New Orleans are still cleaning up over a month after Hurricane Katrina hit the area. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
NEW ORLEANS - OCTOBER 12, 2005: Luella Pinkney looks through a mold covered window as she gets a first look at her house in more than a month October 12, 2005 in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. The Ninth Ward was the last area of New Orleans to be opened back up to residents after Hurricane Katrina came through the area more than a month ago. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
JUPITER, FL - APRIL 09, 2008: Jim Banford from Real Estate Asset Disposition corp. wears a mask due to mold growth as he walks through one of the foreclosed properties his company is trying to resell April 9, 2008 in Jupiter, Florida. The former owners of the home neglected to fix a hole in the roof and the home is now in severe disrepair. As the number of foreclosures mount due to the downturn in the economy companies such as Jim Branford's are having to deal with homes that have been foreclosed on and are in need of repair. Some of the foreclosed homes he gets have been stripped of plumbing or the former owners take the fixtures. This hurts the resale value of the homes as well as the value of the homes around it. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
NEW ORLEANS - AUGUST 26, 2010: Mold overtaken photographs hang on a wall in the now abandoned Press Park housing projects that were flooded during Hurricane Katrina August 26, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. August 29, 2010 is the five-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)