Suspect Mold In Your Attic?

February 8, 2013 By In Moisture Control Comments Off

We frequently are asked to inspect and provide quotes for mold removal in attics. This commonly occurs after mold has been detected in the attic  by a Home Inspector during the purchase/sale of a home or by professional Insulation experts who advise the Home Owners they may have a mold issue in their attic space

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Fun facts about moisture and humidity levels in your home

February 1, 2013 By In Moisture Control Comments Off

Did you know that the average household creates moisture on a daily basis through everyday activities?  The obvious ones are boiling water or a steaming shower, but there are so many other ways moisture is generated.  For instance running a dishwasher, hanging wet clothes in the house and even breathing!  What is most surprising is

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Basement Flooring Options, does it matter what I use?

January 25, 2013 By In Moisture Control Comments Off

The short answer to this question is no.  But perhaps this is not the only question you should be asking yourself.  If you are looking to renovate your home, one of the decisions you need to make is what type of flooring makes sense for you and your family; hardwood, carpet, laminate, tiles? Unfortunately, in

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Control the Moisture, Control the Mold

January 18, 2013 By In Moisture Control Comments Off

It’s Cold Outside! Winter is truly here and everyone has turned up the heat and pulled out their winter gear.  With your home nice and warm and the subzero temperatures outside, it’s a good time to remind you of some simple housekeeping items and signs that indicate high humidity levels in your home. Do you have

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Do it Yourself Mold Removal, Things You Shouldn’t Do

January 11, 2013 By In Moisture Control Comments Off

1)      Don’t disturb the area One of the most common mistakes people make is to disturb the area where they suspect mold (for instance ripping out carpet or removing drywall without following proper procedures).  Mold spores become airborne when disturbed and you can inadvertently cause the mold spores to spread throughout your home and contaminate

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