Test for Moisture, not Mold!

We’re tackling another mold misconception — this time around mold testing!  There are thousands of blogs, articles,...

Carl Grimes | November 7, 2018

The Truths (and Myths) About Black Toxic Mold

Some truths and myths about "toxic black mold" We believe the best starting point for a healthy home is knowledge!...

Carl Grimes | November 27, 2017

Can you Save a Flood Damaged Carpet or Rug?

The short answer is probably no. Wet carpets from clean water like from pipe leaks can be cleaned if the carpet itself is clean....

Carl Grimes | September 13, 2017

Must Watch Advice: What to do Post-Flooding

This video from HUD featuring Claudette Reichel, Professor, Housing Studies at Louisiana State University offers some of the best...

Dana Sundblad | September 4, 2017

How to Hire a Contractor after a Disaster

Homes and buildings with water damage from hurricanes and floods should be dried within 48 hours to prevent mold contamination....

Carl Grimes | September 4, 2017

Beyond Flooding: What to do About “Minor” Water Damage

Even if your home has been spared from acute flooding, what seems like "minor" water damage from leaks and other...

Carl Grimes | August 30, 2017

Tackling Flood Clean Up Yourself

Flooding is one of the most disastrous things that can happen to a home. There are often health risks from sewage that may...

Dana Sundblad | August 29, 2017

Editorial: Comments on CDC’s Fungal Awareness Week

The Centers for Disease Control  (CDC) has declared August 14-18 as the first Fungal Disease Awareness Week. Their stated...

Carl Grimes | August 15, 2017

Dispelling Myths About Mold

The internet is loaded with information about mold from hundreds of different sources. If you have done your due diligence and...

Carl Grimes | June 2, 2017

Are You Feeding your Mold?

Nobody intentionally wants to encourage mold growth in their home!  But you may be doing things that not only lets mold...

Carl Grimes | April 25, 2017

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