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

Relative Humidity Encourages Mold Growth

Humidity is defined as the moisture content present in an air mass. Relative humidity is the ratio of the amount of water vapor the air can hold as a specific temperature. The higher the humidity, the higher the chance that condensation can occur. For instance, 100% relative humidity means the air cannot hold any more.. read more →

Prevent Mold on Marine Equipment Over the Winter

As the summer comes to a close, most of us will put our boats and marine equipment in dry-dock until next year. To prevent an unwanted surprise next spring, you should treat everything – every single surface of your marine equipment – with a mold product. Mold can grow on virtually any surface of your.. 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 →