In our first series, “5 Myths and Truths About Mold Revealed,” we discussed some common misconceptions regarding mold in the home or business. As this is a popular blog, we have decided to expand this article with series two and provide five more myths and truths. Continue reading to learn more!
If you are renting, owning or purchasing a home for the first time, mold is an important factor to consider; don’t let anyone tell you it’s not! If you haven’t read our previous article "10 Questions to Ask a Mold Technician Before Buying a Home" then I encourage you to do so now. Today, we would like to expand on some of the myths and truths associated with mold.
As a business owner or manager, there is no escaping the not so sweet sounds of winter. Coughing, sneezing, blowing, oh my! It’s no surprise that, according to the Business Insider article, by Rachel Gillett, that more than a quarter of American workers have admitted to having gone to work while sick. In doing so, potentially spreading their illness to healthy employees.
When I was a kid, I loved seeing the beautiful icicles glimmering in the sun on cold winter days. As an adult homeowner, I now see icicles hanging from the roof and panic! Not only are they dangerous should they fall (you could put an eye out), they are signs of a much bigger problem; ice damming. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence for homes in the midwest. Below are some tips to help understand and prevent ice dams.
You have searched and searched countless hours with your star realtor and have found the perfect house. You made it all the way to the home inspection and are feeling optimistic about being able to call this property home; then the home inspector says “There is mold in the attic.” What do you do next?
Pur360, an Illinois-based remediation company, is pleased to announce its newest office location in Tampa, Florida. The residential and commercial services company officially opened its doors for business on November 1, 2018.
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When it comes to hiring a professional to perform work on your home, the internet is indeed a great "go-to" for conducting research to gather more information and insights. While there are many ways to find what you are looking for on the World Wide Web, it can also be overwhelming at times. So, where should you begin your search? Continue reading to find out!
If you are researching mold, then you must be showing signs in your home; smell, visual, surfaces, attic, basement, bathroom. What is the benefit of treating the entire house rather than one specific area? Continue reading to find out!
Let’s face it, unless you work for a cleaning company, no one likes to clean. Whether you are cleaning at home, work or for family, here are seven signs indicating that you may need to step up your sanitization game.
When you think of mold, you probably think of the many common places it can be found in your home, like the basement, bathroom, and laundry. But what most people don’t realize is that mold can — and will — grow just about anywhere in your home, if the conditions are right.