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Mold Prevention After Your Home Floods

There are many disasters that can strike a home, but flooding is at the top of the list when it comes to nightmare situations for homeowners. Just this year alone, countless Americans across the country dealt with severe home flooding as a result of hurricanes and other disasters, and knowing what t...

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Eliminate the Root of the Problem

Mold is a problem many homeowners face and there’s so much more to fixing the problem than spraying it with bleach. While mold is prevalent in homes, particularly in areas where moisture accumulates such as the basement or bathroom, it’s quite easy to eliminate when you choose experienced profession...

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“Maintain a healthier environment for your lungs—minimize or eliminate your exposure to sources of indoor air pollution” -EPA via GIPHY There are many disorders that you can be affected by due to unhealthy air surrounding you. Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Influenza, Pn...

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Buying a Home with Mold Present

As you start to look at new homes, it’s easy to get swept away in the excitement and neglect some of the more practical decisions. However, any home with mold, no matter how bad it is or isn’t, should be considered carefully. In fact, there are at least four things you should weigh when you are tryi...

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I Have a Mold Problem. What Do I Do Next?

I Have a Mold Problem. What Do I Do Next? Just the word, “mold” can instill fear into homeowners. Not only is mold dirty-looking, it is dangerous to the health of your family and can do serious damage to your home. When you suspect mold in your home, you might find yourself flooded with questions. I...

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The Difference Between Mold and Mildew

Mold and mildew have both earned reputations as major household hassles. Both are fungi, but there’s nothing fun about either of them. From causing flaking tile grout to allergies, mold and mildew are never welcome guests in any home. But while the two are similar, they’re not the same—and whe...

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