As Winter Makes It Environmentally Unfriendly Approach

Date: 10-2016

Imagine that winter’s approach is just another country music song. The song goes like this: The temperature drops, the windows close, doors slam shut and all I got were those yucky, wheezy winter blues. There’s a very good reason that this happens. Closing up the house really is a big part of it all. The […]

Cutting Through the Babble About Your Family’s Environmental Health

Date: 10-2016

Personal environmental health is the combination of all the exposures we have each experienced and who each of us is as a living, breathing, being. By the way, we need to keep in mind that our family and our beloved pets share our environmental health. Outside Influences: The air we breathe, the food we eat, […]

So What Makes a Mold Treatment Product Green?

Date: 10-2016

We hear lots of things about being Green. Some are simple and straightforward and others difficult to know and even tougher to understand. Complicating the issue, there are inaccurate claims by some business interests and then you have political spin generated to win elections. There are many ideas that are not as good as they […]

How to Recover From A Flood

Date: 10-2016

Unwelcome water problems create heartache, health problems and often financial hardship. Knowing how to protect yourself and recover from the water event can keep a bad situation from getting worse. Understanding water damage and recovery can be important to almost everybody. Floods, hurricane damage, frozen pipes, burst washing machine hoses and many other common occurrences […]

Navigating the Tricky Waters of Mold Remediation Insurance Coverage

Date: 10-2016

As mold remediators, we know this subject of mold insurance coverage inside and out as does the TV show 60 Minutes and many other consumer advocates. Mold contamination can be the trigger for a child having Asthma for life, or other serious health issues. When the natural disaster leaves you with no clothes or food, mold […]

Returning Home After a Water Loss

Date: 10-2016

Hurricane Mathew is leaving his mark across the Easter United States. Flooding is still going on in a wide area of the coast, though in many areas the water has receded. Waiting is one of the hardest tasks in life, especially when waiting for a disaster to end. After the waiting is over, the first […]