Mold Problems in Public Schools

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, molds can be found almost anywhere; they can grow on virtually any organic substance, as long as moisture and oxygen are present. Mold can grow on paper, cloth, carpet, wood, tile, insulation — anywhere there is a warm, damp environment. Schools and commercial buildings are particularly susceptible to mold.. 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 →

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 →

MoldOff Seeing Spike in Orders Along Eastern Seaboard Following Hurricane Irene

Leading manufacturer of mold removal products provides special offer to flooding victims. PHOENIX, AZ- September 6, 2011—Grawood Enterprises, the nation’s leading manufacturer of eco-friendly mold and mildew removal products like MoldOff and Devour Plus, has recently announced a special offer to those victimized by hurricane Irene. MoldOff’s biodegradable formula which contains NO bleach has safely.. read more →

Flooding and Mold

The heavy winds and rains associated with severe storms can cause plenty of damage to and around your neighborhood, but it is the high waters and flooding that you really ruin your home. Once water is inside your home, drywall and other building materials literally act like the wick of a candle, pulling water from.. read more →

What Conditions Promote Mold and Mildew Growth?

Mold and mildew growth require several elements for idea growth — a source of food, warm temperatures and adequate moisture. Of those three, the presence of moisture is the most critical. Unfortunately, controlling the environment in your home can be tough. Water Intrusion Rainwater can enter a building through leaks in walls, windows or the.. read more →