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Category: Mold

Mold: How to Eliminate it and Prevent it from Coming Back

Nov 30 2017

Discovering mold in your home can be horrifying. You’re wondering how it got there and if it’s harmful to your family’s health, right? We’re no stranger to homeowners feeling this way, which is why we work so hard to take care of this nasty problem and ensure it never comes back. What about you though?…

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What Does it Look Like? Harmful Household Molds

Jul 07 2016

Sometimes a microscopic view of mold can look awfully similar to foods or objects that we see every day, or maybe every other day. Vote for yourself!

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June is National Safety Awareness Month

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Jun 07 2016

June is National Safety Awareness Month. Here’s a few tips from the National Safety Council to take home to your families and to discuss at your workplace.

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Where is Mold Hiding in Your Home?

Apr 21 2015

Where is mold hiding in your home? You might be surprised. Check out our infographic for more information!

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Melting Snow Leads to Water Damage and Mold

Mar 17 2015

As the snow and ice melt problems in your roof, foundation, and other areas of your home will be open to water. Not only can this cause water damage, but mold will follow.

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Understanding the Risks of Black Mold

Aug 20 2014

Black mold is one of the most potentially harmful types of mold. Prolonged exposure to black mold, also known officially as stachybotrys, can lead to respiratory problems and irritation of the mouth, nose, and throat. Black mold spreads through the release of spores into the air and is found mostly in dark, damp, humid conditions….

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Preventing Disaster While Kids Are Home Alone

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Apr 07 2014

The summer is almost here which means those kids with working parents may soon find themselves home alone for a large chunk of the day. If your children are old enough to do this, make sure that you first speak to them about safety in the home, ensuring that no preventable disasters will occur. Some…

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5 Tips to Prepare for Spring Flooding

May 30 2013

Spring is the season for floods. As a transitional season, most parts of the U.S receive a lot of precipitation during the spring. Severe storms are also characteristic of spring weather and with them, heavy rainfall. In a short span of time these heavy rains can severe cause flooding. Floods build quickly, more even quicker,…

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The First 48: What NOT to do in the First Hours after a Disaster

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Apr 18 2013

When disaster strikes you are often confused and feel a little bit lost.  Panic, at times grief and even depression can quickly set in.   Instead of ensuing panic and stress, you and your loved ones can take control of the situation with this short check list of things you should not do in the first…

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