MoldOff Helps Asthma Sufferers

Asthma is a serious lung disease that can affect young and old alike. During an asthma attack, the airways narrow making breathing difficult. Symptoms of an asthma attack include wheezing, shortness of breath and coughing. About 17 million Americans suffer from asthma and is the leading cause of long-term illness in children. Asthma may be.. read more →

Top 10 Ways to Control Moisture and Mold in Your Home

Water in your home is an invitation for mold to move in and grow. Water can enter your home from dozens of locations. It can seep through basement floors or along cracks in the foundation. It can leak through roofs and around doors and windows. Broken or leaking plumbing in bathrooms and kitchens is a.. read more →

What Makes A Mold Product Green?

MoldOff is an eco-friendly, green mold product that removes mold completely and is safe for the environment. But what makes a product green? That’s a tough subject, particularly since we often end up trying to weigh questions like the resource extraction costs versus the environmental impact costs. And there are dozens of different ways a.. read more →

Spring Showers Make Mold Flower

Milder temperatures and spring showers are two elements needed to cause mold to grow, especially on outdoor surfaces. And sadly, every building has leaks somewhere, you just have learn where the weak points are — but look first at the foundation and roof. In humid climates, it is almost impossible to prevent mold growth, but.. read more →

22 Mar 2012

Mold Removal on Indoor/Outdoor Carpet

During the winter of months, plenty of moisture can be tracked onto your indoor/outdoor carpeting. As people come in from the snow and rain, its natural they’ll wipe their feet on your welcome matt. Along with the damp, they’ll also track in mold spores. And once in a warm environment, the mold spores hiding in.. read more →

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 →