Controlling Mold Growth After a Flood Event

The only way to control mold growth is to control moisture. After any wet event, whether from leaky pipe, overflowing toilet, malfunctioning dishwasher or washing machine, or after a flooding disaster, you can avoid serious indoor air quality issues by acting fast! The sooner the wet event is mitigated, and the dry-out and restoration begins, […]

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Safe and Natural Mold Removal For Your Home

Everyone hates ugly mold; it’s unsightly and can even be dangerous.  The blackish gray “soot” commonly grows due to lingering moisture in drywall, ceiling tiles, carpets, furniture, ductwork, roofing, paneling, wood, and showers. When you notice it in YOUR home, plan to 1) dry the area, 2) increase airflow and 3) kill the spores. Dry […]

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What Is Mold And How Do I Remove It?

Mold – one of the scariest four-letter words to hear when you are a homeowner. Homeowners face a lot of challenging questions when they realize there is a mold problem on their property. Where did it come from? Why is this happening in your home? Is it safe for your family to be at home? […]

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Debunking Mold Myths

  Mold is one of the most common problems property owners face. Studies have shown that 40 percent of metropolitan homes in the United States have mold. Since it is such a common issue everyone knows about mold and that it is bad. However, there are a few misconceptions about mold and its effect. Here […]

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Is it Mold in your Redmond Home?

  Mold growth can mean a lot more than a stain on the wall or an unpleasant smell. Mold, if not properly removed by a certified, well-trained professional, can spread and create extensive damage within the structures of our home or business, and even create health problems. If you think there might be mold growth […]

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