Preventing Mold in High Traffic Areas

The Winter months bring rain and snow, high humidity and dampness. With more people hurrying inside to get out of the cold, high traffic areas like restrooms, hallways and entryways are more likely to develop a mold problem. Mold spores enter these areas on the clothing and shoes as people use the facility. Since restrooms,.. read more →

Top 10 Signs of a Mold Problem

Many parts of the world have high humidity year around. If you live in one of these areas, you should be on the lookout for mold at all times. And of course, outdoor humidity almost everywhere creates a perfect environment for mold growth. Here are 10 signs to be watching for in order to prevent.. read more →

Mold Removal on Siding

No matter how you situate your house or business on your lot, one side is most likely in shade all year long, which means it is subject to mold. Because the sun infrequently or never hits that side of the building, moisture tends to take longer to evaporate, and shady, moist places are magnets for.. read more →

29 Dec 2011

Mold Removal on Concrete, Brick and Driveways

Outdoor areas like concrete patios, brick patios and walls and asphalt or concrete driveways are magnets for mold. Mold spores are constantly being deposited on these areas and the nature of the material provides plenty of nooks and crannies where mold can take hold, root and then begin to spread. Shady spots that remain damp.. read more →

Commercial Mold Removal in Public Restrooms

Public Restrooms in offices, churches, schools and other public venues are high traffic areas. Mold spores enter these areas on the clothing and shoes as people use the facility. Since restrooms are high moisture areas, they are ideal locations for mold to flourish. In public restrooms, mold can grow and flourish in many locations including:.. read more →

How to Find Mold in Your Home

Mold is sneaky. It can hide in unexpected places in your home or business. Typically, mold needs a dark, moist place to breed. If you suspect mold, but can’t find it, start digging in the following places! Inside cabinets Beneath or behind drywall Behind floor baseboard In the basement or crawl space In water-damaged area.. read more →