Top 5 Signs of a Mold Problem

Here are 5 things you can watch for to detect mold problems in your home or business BEFORE they become a big problem. 1. High humidity — a relative humidity (RH) level of greater than 55% promotes the growth of mold and other fungi. Dehumidifiers are a great way to reduce the humidity in your.. read more →

What is Toxic Mold and How to Remove It

Toxic mold is a type of mold that produces hazardous byproducts called mycotoxins. The mold itself isn’t toxic or poison, however the byproducts are and those toxins can affect your health. Individuals with asthma and other respiratory problems are very likely to have reactions to many types of mold, but experts believe that mycotoxins can.. read more →

Mold Removal on Outdoor Hardscapes Like Paitos and Pools

Outdoor areas are magnets for mold. Carried by the air, mold spores are constantly being deposited on the hardscapes in your backyard. Patios, patio furniture, driveways, pool surrounds, brick walls and walkways, planters and tennis courts to name just a few, are all vulnerable and provide plenty of nooks and crannies where mold can take.. read more →

16 Nov 2011

Welcome Mat is as Welcome Home to Mold

Nature puts on a spectacular show every Fall as the leaves turn gold, crimson, orange, russet and everything in between. However, as those leaves fall to the ground, they begin to decompose and develop a leaf mold, especially in wet climates. Cold temperatures cause the mold to become dormant right up until you track those.. read more →

Removing Pet Stains and Pet Odors

Roughly 63 percent of all households in the United States have a pet, divided roughly into 75 million dogs and 85 million cats. Which means 160 million accidents waiting to happen on your floors and carpets. Tough pet stains are hard to get rid of and it is even harder to get rid of the.. read more →

13 Oct 2011

Storing Your RV for the Winter Months

Have you ever gotten your RV out of storage in the spring and been surprised to discover mold has grown over the winter. Mold can grow anywhere there is warmth and moisture, which makes your RV, camper or other recreational vehicle an ideal location for it to flourish. In particular, mold can flourish in places.. read more →

07 Oct 2011