8 12, 2021

How To Get Rid Of Mold From A Basement

By |2021-12-07T20:25:51-05:00December 8th, 2021|Cleaning, Mold|0 Comments

For a lot of families, the basement is one of those out-of-sight-out-of-mind places where seemingly tiny problems can fester up into a major issue. Especially if you are talking about an unfinished basement with low airflow and plenty of ambient moisture. In warm conditions, naturally-occurring mold spores that float around in the air around us can find a moist, warm place to germinate into an active mold colony. Once this starts the presence of mycotoxins and second-generation mold spores can start to make people sick. Especially those family members with respiratory health conditions, the elderly, and family members who are [...]

6 10, 2021

Can You Paint Over Mold?

By |2021-09-29T21:08:10-04:00October 6th, 2021|Education, Mold|0 Comments

Mold is an all-too-common problem in homes and businesses. While many people are aware of the harmful health effects of so-called “Toxic Black Mold” even more seemingly benign strains can prove hazardous to your health. Especially if there are people in your home or office that have respiratory health issues, medical conditions, or chronic inflammation conditions. This has a lot of people leaping to action when they find signs of mold in their home, office, or commercial property. What Are The Signs Of An Indoor Mold Problem? Indoor mold can present itself in a variety of ways that go beyond [...]

5 10, 2021

What To Do After Sewage Backup? How To Cleanup Guide

By |2021-09-30T13:56:36-04:00October 5th, 2021|Education, Flood, Mold|0 Comments

A sewer backup is a nightmare for homeowners and commercial property owners alike. Not only does it cause a massive disruption in the normal flow of the day, but it can also pose a very serious health hazard. Not to mention the very real costs that go into cleaning up a potentially toxic mess that no one is going to forget any time soon. For commercial properties, this can pose an even more serious liability concern. If you are dealing with a sewer backup in your home, business, or commercial property, you can use the following guide to help minimize [...]

3 10, 2021

What To Do When A Pipe Bursts At My Business?

By |2021-09-30T13:56:20-04:00October 3rd, 2021|Flood, Mold|0 Comments

Modern plumbing is a true marvel. From Roman times and beyond human beings have been innovating ways to deliver fresh water to the people and take gray water safely away from our homes and businesses. Though even the best-designed plumbing systems can still run into problems. Especially in the wintertime when cold temperatures can freeze water, causing it to expand. When this happens the incompressible liquid that is water can exert enough force to rupture even the most stalwart of pipes and fracture even the most heavy-duty of fixtures. When this happens at your office or another place of business [...]

30 08, 2021

What Are The Signs Black Mold & How To Remove It?

By |2021-08-26T14:58:52-04:00August 30th, 2021|Mold|0 Comments

Every day it seems like there is some new story on the new or social media highlighting the dangers of indoor black mold. Not only can it cause significant structural damage to woodwork, drywall and other porous structures in building it can also have serious health consequences for people who live, work there and visit. While so-called “Toxic Black Mold” is the most serious of the thousands of naturally occurring mold strains in the world, it is not the only health threat. Even seemingly more benign mold strains can fill the indoor air with mycotoxins and mold spores that can [...]

27 08, 2021

What Do After Water Damage & Proper Flood Clean Up Guide

By |2021-08-26T14:34:14-04:00August 27th, 2021|Cleaning, Flood, Mold|0 Comments

Flooding in your home or place of business can be a devastating experience. While severe weather is one of the most common causes of indoor flood damage it is not the only thing that can severely inundate your interior. Leaking pipes, damaged gutters, and sewer backups can all fill your home or office with water in a staggeringly short amount of time. The unfortunate reality is that a lot of these water sources also have the potential to contain other contaminants beyond just mud. Once the water and contaminated materials soak into carpets, furniture, and other porous materials, it can [...]

30 07, 2021

What’s The Difference Between Mold Removal And Mold Remediation?

By |2021-07-30T18:33:15-04:00July 30th, 2021|Mold|0 Comments

Awareness of the threat posed to people and property by indoor mold infestation continues to grow. The sometimes shocking reality is that mold spores live everywhere floating in the world around us. When they encounter warm and humid conditions these spores can germinate into an increasingly fast-growing mold colony. Not only does this release more mold spores into the air in greater concentrations, but it can also permeate the surrounding environment with harmful mycotoxins. There are even thousands and thousands of different mold strains. Some are seemingly benign, while others like dangerous “Black Mold” can cause chronic health conditions and [...]

19 04, 2021

How Much Does Mold Removal Cost?

By |2021-04-19T16:39:41-04:00April 19th, 2021|Mold|0 Comments

Mold spores are a part of nature and float freely in the air we all breathe. Since they are microscopic they can easily find their way into your home, office, or commercial property. At this level trace amounts of mold spores are harmless. It’s when those mold spores find a warm, damp, and often porous space that they can germinate toward becoming a potentially harmful colony. If you have noticed signs of mold in your home or office, it can be hard to identify the severity and spot every source. Furthermore, attempting to remediate a severe mold problem on your [...]

12 03, 2021

Mold In Attic FAQ Guide & How To Remove It

By |2021-03-12T19:55:12-05:00March 12th, 2021|Mold|0 Comments

Attics and upstairs storage areas are increasingly prone to mold problems. Especially in older homes or homes that have recently suffered roof damage from a strong storm. The hot humid air that is typical in attics in the warmer months of the year and the presence of porous materials like wood, insulation, and cardboard boxes can be all too inviting for mold spores. Compounding this problem is that attics are seldom used spaces. So, once a mold colony gets started it can often populate the attic space unchecked for months without notice. Can Attic Mold Be A Health Hazard? Awareness [...]

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