1. What Are the Dangers of Mold to Pets?

    When it comes to the health of our fur children, we take it very seriously. While we know the dangers that mold poses on human health, many people do not realize the toxic effects that mold can have on our pets. While only a handful of species of mold are toxic to both people and pets, the most common type can cause serious illnesses and potentially death to people and pets. This is why it is cruc…Read More

  2. Three Harmful Mold Classifications to Keep an Eye Out For

    Mold is a living substance that is not only unsightly to look at but can also be toxic and dangerous if left untreated. Mold typically thrives in environments that are damp and dark with temperatures around 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Mold can occur just about anywhere — your home, your office, your car, and any other structure in which you and your family spend time. That is why it is vital to…Read More

  3. What to Do When You Experience a Water Leak

    When your home is faced with water damage from a water leak (or leaks), it can be easy to become overwhelmed and unsure about what steps to take. The fact of the matter is, water leaks are not uncommon, and it is one of those things that will very likely happen at least once for a homeowner or renter. It is also not uncommon for these leaks to go unseen and cause more extensive water damage. Read …Read More

  4. Common Mold Questions

    Have you ever been walking throughout your home only to notice that there are fuzzy white patches on your basement floor, black spots around the grout in your shower, or slick orange film that has formed in your kitchen drain? While these substances are unsightly and often smelly, they are much more than that — in some cases, mold in your home can make you and/or your family members sick, especi…Read More