Month: September 2010

Mold Behind Wallpaper: What You Should Know

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), inexperienced people who have attempted to remove mold from behind wallpaper usually exacerbate the problem by releasing a “massive” amount of spores when the wallpaper is taken down. They also state that just...

Why you shouldn’t paint over mold

Mold is not something that only grows on old food in your refrigerator. Instead, it is something that can spread like wildfire around a home or commercial space. If you have mold, you need to deal with this as soon...

Water Damage Effects on Linoleum Flooring

When torrential rains or busted water pipes flood a house, homeowners are at a loss. Most people do not know how to deal effectively with a flooded home. Some things in a water-damaged home are not salvageable. However, linoleum is...

Soot damage to a home effects on health

A fire is often a traumatic event for a person, especially if one’s home or office is affected. However, what many people do not consider following a fire are the after-effects. The property in question may still be intact, but...

Most Common Places To Check For Mold Growth

Mold Growth – What To Look For Mold growth can be dangerous. Particularly, if it’s black mold. Mold occurs as a result of too much moisture in an enclosed area. Spores form and begin to grow into full colonies until...

Do you have the proper insurance for water damage?

No one goes to sleep and thinks that they will wake up to a major flood or natural disaster. However, emergencies and accidents are not planned. If your home or office has experienced water damage, it is important to really...