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What Is Toxic Mold? Should I Be Worried?

Toxic Mold Growth Mold is responsible for the breakdown of organic matter in nature. Mold is everywhere. There will always be some mold spores indoors — the natural air exchange through doors, windows, vents and other openings means spores will naturally flow in and out of your home. People and animals make great vehicles for carrying outdoor […]

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Dealing With Mold Growth Following A Major Flood

Coming home to find a flood in your home is bad enough, you don’t want to have to deal with a mold problem on top of that. Act fast! The more time flood water has to sit and saturate your building materials, the higher risk for mold and additional property damage. In the event of […]

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Small Water Leaks That Turn Into Big Problems & Significant Water Damage

We all know that major water leaks can be incredibly damaging to out property and leave us with an expensive to repair bill. You know the ones… where water is spouting out at every direction, everything just ends up drenched, and you fear you may need a canoe to get through it. Well, did you […]

Preventing Mold With Proper Humidity Levels

We often associate mold growth with excess water on the ground or flooring of a space, but humidity can lead to mold growth just as readily. A quick fact to remember: 60% or higher humidity can lead to mold growth. Keep levels between 30% and 50%. Because mold feeds on moisture that exists in an […]

Indoor Allergens – A Potential Nightmare!

The indoors can be a safe place for those who struggle with allergies, but there are no assurances. Along with the chance gust of wind bringing pollen through an open door, and the allergens others in the home may bring in without realizing it, there are plenty of environmental issues within your private domain to […]

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How Quickly Does Mold Grow In Your Building?

I’m sure everyone understands that different kinds of molds grow at different speeds, on different surfaces, and under different conditions, but most experts agree that mold can begin growing within 24 to 48 hours after a water damage event in a building. Every mold growth situation is unique, but the solution to prevent the likelihood […]