No one wants mold in their home so learning as much as you can about the fungi can help you remove and prevent it from your home.
Most tornadoes don’t lift houses into the air. Instead, they can do heavy damage to buildings, produce flying debris, and cause injuries or worse.
Each year, thousands of children end up in emergency rooms for fire and burn injuries. Many of these accidents, however, can be prevented by exercising caution and childproofing your home.
Mold often grows out of sight in wall cavities due to water problems like flooding or leaks. Before you know it, it creates a toxic environment in your home, compromising the indoor air.
Mold comes in many textures and colors, but they all have a few things in common — they grow in moist areas, they feed on organic matter, and can pose a threat to your health.
After years of smoking in a home, walls and contents become blemished and develop bad odors.
Washing machine mold, which is typically found on the rubber gasket of front loading machines, is a common household problem.
Spring is the perfect time to freshen up your home. This not only means home spring cleaning, but also home maintenance. After a long winter, many household items may need upkeep or repair.
Musty-smelling carpets are both unpleasant and dangerous. Not only do they make your home smell unpleasant, but they may also pollute your indoor air with mold spores.
Water and moisture in your attic can cause you headaches and costly repairs. Mold can grow and compromise your indoor air quality, and water can weaken the structural integrity of your home.