1. What to do If You Find Mold In Your Washer

    The thought of having mold anywhere in your home is gross, but there’s perhaps no worse place to find mold than your washing machine. After all, you use your washing machine to clean every item of clothing you own. For it to be compromised with mold means just about everything else is as well. Luc…Read More

  2. Does Your Washington Township Home Have Basement Mold?

    At some point or another, you have likely walked into someone’s basement and noticed unpleasant musty smell. While you may think that this is just a typical attribute of all basements, you would not be correct. What you are actually smelling is growing mold. Why it is so common for basements to sm…Read More

  3. Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Mold Removal Company

    The process of having mold removed from your home should require some research. On the other hand, there are potential health complications that can occur should you wait too long to hire a company and therefore, while being picky, you also cannot afford to lose a lot of time. In order to help you m…Read More

  4. Choose The Right Company For Your Home Mold Removal

    If you have recently discovered mold in your home then you are probably trying to decide which company to hire to come in and get rid of it. There are several ways you can choose which company comes to your home. Perhaps you were recommended to professional mold removers by a friend, or may you know…Read More

  5. How To Know If Your House Has Mold

    Have you been experiencing sneezing, sore eyes, runny nose or nasal congestion? Sure, it’s Spring so perhaps you are suffering from regular seasonal allergies. But if you notice these symptoms are occurring more frequently when you are at home then you may want to consider that you might have …Read More

  6. Part 1 – Causes of Mold

    Is your home mold proof? Mold is a common problem in most homes and can cause damage to property and possessions in addition to being a health hazard. The best way to protect against the growth of mold is to make sure your home or worksite is not mold-friendly. Mold is a fungus of varied species tha…Read More

  7. Part 2 – Symptoms of Mold Exposure

    Been itching your eyes? Been blowing your nose? Been fighting a cough deep in your chest? You may have a cold or the flu – but, then again – you just may be having an allergic reaction to a recent exposure to mold. If you’ve been cleaning in your damp basement, or perhaps under the kitchen sin…Read More

  8. Part 3 – Mold Prevention Primer

    Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers, Romeo & Juliet, came to a tragic end with the break up their romance. There was no hope for a future rendezvous. They both died. The metaphorical "romance" of Moisture and Mold must also come to an end – though not quite so tragic. There must be no hope for…Read More