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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How to Prevent Mold Growth in your Kitchen

Few things are less appetizing than mold, and the last place anyone wants mold to be is where they eat. Unfortunately, kitchens can foster just the right atmosphere for mold growth. On the bright side, it is fairly easy to prevent if you just keep on top of things. Here are a couple of things […]

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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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