Mold Growth In Carpet

While many of us love carpet for the soft, warm comfort it provides, it can become an issue if it gets wet or isn’t properly maintained.

Prevent Mold Growth In Summer

During the hot, humid summer months of Florida, the potential for mold growth is certainly higher. Several factors play a part in this, including warmer temperatures, higher humidity, and rain showers.

Where Does Mold Hide?

Where Does Mold Hide? Mold in your home is not only inconvenient. It can also cause health problems for you, your family, even your pets! Read our latest blog to learn about common places where mold might be lurking inside your home.

Mold Inspections for Home Buyers

While a mold inspection for your soon-to-be new home is something you may decide to do before closing the deal, you can rule out many problems (and even a few homes) yourself by using the following tips.

How To Get Rid of Mold

Oftentimes, the scariest part of facing a new obstacle in life is figuring out what to do next. The “what” we have to overcome is not always the most difficult part, but the “how” we are to overcome it can be daunting.

3 Myths About Mold

3 Myths About Mold. What do you really know about mold? How can you get rid of it? In our latest blog, we explore three commonly held misunderstandings about mold and dispel these myths for homeowners once and for all.

Where To Look For Mold

Is that spot what you think it is? Possibly. While you’ve probably learned the hard way to recognize mold on the sandwiches you find in the back of your refrigerator, household molds aren’t always as obvious.

How to Prepare Your Home for Mold Remediation

How to Prepare Your Home for Mold Remediation. So you have mold in your house and you've scheduled a mold remediation. Now what? How do you get your home ready for the mold removal process? Find out the answers to these questions in our latest blog.

Protecting Your Home from Water Damage

Protecting Your Home from Water Damage. Whether due to hurricane flooding, a leaky roof, or dripping pipes, water damage is never good for a home. Associated repairs are often inconvenient and costly. And dangerous mold growth can spread.

Can a Hurricane Cause Mold in Your Home?

Can A Hurricane Cause Mold? Mold is one of the most serious results of water damage from a hurricane and severe flooding. It can grow within 24 to 48 hours and it will keep growing until the correct measures are applied to stop it.

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