Mold Poisoning in Dogs

Mold Poisoning in Dogs

The effect of mold exposure in humans is well-researched and well-known across the general public and strong motivation for routine mold testing. Unfortunately, most people don’t connect the dots between mold exposure and pet sickness. Animals are often at the same...
Should You Install a Water Leak Sensor?

Should You Install a Water Leak Sensor?

Water leaks can often lead to mold growth and expensive and extensive repairs if you don’t catch them quickly. A second-floor leak could be disastrous to floors below, and a crawl space leak could go on for months or years before you find it.  For these reasons alone,...

What Are The Levels of Mold Damage?

You already know that mold shouldn’t be in your home, but unfortunately, it’s a common problem that a lot of homeowners deal with at some point during their home ownership.  If mold gets out of control in your home, it can obviously make you sick, but it can also...
Is There Mold in Your Windows?

Is There Mold in Your Windows?

Mold is common on windows because there is a plentiful supply of moisture from weather and condensation. You may not think mold on the windows is a big problem since it’s so common, but it’s actually a gateway for mold to enter your home.  Mold on the windows can be a...
Buying a New Home? Get a Mold Inspection

Buying a New Home? Get a Mold Inspection

Buying a new home is an exciting and often uncertain time, but that’s no excuse for doing it right. This means checking every single thing off the list to make sure the house you’re buying is in good condition.  Otherwise, you could end up spending a lot of your...
Are There Categories of Mold?

Are There Categories of Mold?

There are over 100,000 varieties of mold. These fungi can range in color from green or pink to gray and black.  It is well documented that exposure to mold is a health risk. You may have even heard the term “toxic mold.” Let us first calm your fears by assuring you...

Mold Allergy vs. Mold Sensitivity

It’s widely known that mold can trigger allergy-like symptoms, even in people who do not have allergies.  This reaction is called a mold allergy.  Other people have a different reaction when exposed to mold. Mold sensitivity produces other symptoms that are harder to...
Can Mold Make Pets Sick?

Can Mold Make Pets Sick?

We know that mold loves warm, dark, wet spaces. These conditions are created by flooding, leaks, and condensation, not to mention water or food splashing or puddles being left on home surfaces.  Humans can be affected by mold within the home, especially when it is in...
What Does Mold Smell Like?

What Does Mold Smell Like?

Mold is much more than an unattractive stain. If your home develops a mold problem, you could be looking at a lifetime of health problems, as well as structural concerns for your home without professional mold remediation or mold removal. Keep a close eye on areas...
Is There Mold in Your Furnace?

Is There Mold in Your Furnace?

Mold is most common in the summer due to humidity and precipitation. However, that doesn’t mean that your home is immune to mold problems during the winter and a mold inspection during this time of year is a good idea before holiday guests arrive.  In fact, a furnace...
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