Archive for the ‘Mold’ Category

Had Flood Damage in Worcester, MA? Here’s How to Stop the Mold!

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

To property owners and renters, flood damage can seem like the kiss of death. Not only are your items damaged and become hard to fix or replace, but your home itself undergoes substantial damage. The flooring, whether it be carpet, tile, or wood, is irreparably damaged and needs to be completely replaced. But beyond that, […]

What is a Mold Damage Assessment?

Saturday, April 7th, 2018

If your home has ever experienced water damage from a flood or burst pipe, mold can be lurking in your home and you might never even know it. Mold eats away at building materials which can cause further structural damage to your home. As the mold continues to grow, it can turn into toxic mold […]

Will my Insurance Cover Mold Removal?

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Mold is a disgusting concept that no one wants to talk or even think about. When you think about mold, you think about the big black, gross spot that covers a fairly large area. Even if the mold growth isn’t that large and is only in a tiny corner of your bathtub, it’s still nasty […]

New Year, New Health, NO Mold!

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

With the arrival of the new year, you’ve made your resolutions and are trying to stick to them. Whether your resolutions are for your personal life or your career, the month of January is the most crucial time to stick to your resolution. If you can make it through January, the rest of the year […]

Hidden Breeding Grounds Where Mold Maybe Lurking

Thursday, December 28th, 2017

Mold is the last thing you would want to find in your home. It’s ugly, it can smell, and it can be harmful to your health if left untreated. You may think that your home is mold-free because you can’t see it or you often check your water sources to make sure they don’t leak. […]

When is it Time to Call in the Professionals?

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Having mold in your home is never a good thing. Microscopic spores can take flight and aggravate allergies and worsen respiratory issues. Along with affecting your health, mold can ruin the drywall, woodwork, and carpet within your home. You will have an encounter with mold more than once in your life because it is a […]

How to Prevent Mold Growth Post-Flood

Monday, October 30th, 2017

There’s not much worse than flooding in your home. Water rushing through your home damages your things, your memories. What’s worse is that after going through a flood, your home is at high risk for mold growth. The last thing you want to deal with after a flood is a mold infestation. How to prevent […]

Mold Removal and Tenant Rights

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

Mold is always a concern in homes, but it is a growing concern among renters. Across the country, tenants have won cases against landlords for health issues allegedly caused by exposure to mold. If you’re a renter and think you may have mold growing in your rental, learn the signs and when your landlord might […]

Mold and Property Value – What You Need to Know

Sunday, August 27th, 2017

Are you looking to sell your home and buy a new one? One thing you need to be concerned about for both buying and selling your home is mold growth. Mold and property value are more connected than people know. Think about that beautiful home that you walked through and loved. Would you still love […]

Health Effects of Mold Exposure

Friday, August 11th, 2017

Mold is everywhere. It’s in the air, it’s on surfaces, and it can even be in your home or business. Depending on the level of severity of mold growth, you might not even notice that you’re being exposed to it, especially if you can’t see it. However, there are health symptoms that can signal that […]