We have certainly experienced a wet winter and spring. When it’s wet outside, most of us look for telltale signs of a moisture problem like water infiltration or flooding. But did you know that excess moisture can affect your building and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in less obvious ways?
We’ve said it a million times before: mold prevention is all about controlling moisture. Whether it’s a plumbing leak, weather-related moisture intrusion or condensation build-up, unwanted moisture can be controlled with a little planning and some careful observation. Here are our top
After you’ve confirmed you have a mold problem, the next step is remediation. Before proceeding you’ll need to determine who should take care of mold removal. Who will remove the mold? The big question here is: should you do it yourself, or hire a professional? Here are a few factors
Have you ever walked into a room and smelled the signature musty scent of mold? But when you look around, there’s no mold in sight. Or maybe you’ve started to experience headaches or allergy symptoms at work, but you can’t seem to figure out why. Both of these situations are pretty s
Molds can cause diseases in humans and animals. These health effects can result from allergenic sensitivity to mold, from the growth of disease-causing molds in the body, or from ingestion or inhalation of mycotoxins produced by molds. Let’s take a look at the three main types of heal
Molds reproduce by producing and emitting mold spores into the air. These mold spores can travel anywhere air goes. So that means that mold spores are everywhere doesn’t it? It sure does. So what determines whether mold will actually start to grow once a mold spores touches down? It a
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