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Mold After Water Damage

Paula Hensley, June 23 2021

Mold smell after water damage Molds are most likely to begin their growth inside your building on or in wet materials after you have experience some water damages in your homes. You don't need to see molds before you know that you have them growing in your home after water damage, once you detect a noticeable earthy or musty smell; it means that yo...

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Flooding

Mold damage prevention tips after a flood

Paula Hensley, June 14 2021

One of the most damaging parts of moisture is that mould thrives in humid conditions. Spring-like showers and summer humidity take their toll on the cellar and its humidity. Mould is a strong allergen and the spores it releases can affect the upper respiratory tract. According to CDC, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) found sufficient evidence in 200...

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Mold

Variations of Mold

Paula Hensley, December 29 2020

It iѕ vеrу important for mоld rеmоvаl еxреrtѕ to knоw thе tуре оr vаriеtу оf mоld thеу are gоing tо rеmоvе in уоur house. A thоrоugh inspection of уоur рrореrtу will need to be don. This рrосеѕѕ аllоwѕ them tо dеtеrminе thе most еffесtivе way to hаndlе thеѕе fungi аnd рrеvеnt thеm coming bасk. Alѕо, this саn assist thеm in giving уоu аnd уоur fаmil...

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Moisture

Can Moisture cause building defects?

Paula Hensley, December 23 2020

Moisture can go through your house in many ways including plumbing/roofing leaks, building material diffusion, flooding, air filtration, high levels in humidity and more. Due to the many ways moisture can be infiltrated into your property, it is recommended to hire a trained and experienced Moisture Inspectors. Once moisture is...

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Floods and Mold

Paula Hensley, December 14 2020

When a city is flooded, it can introduce a new ecosystem consisting of fungal growth. 5o inches of rain not only does damage to the buildings it submerges but it also causes a lot of moisture buildup problems. Wetlands, which once were used to help drain excess water, have been turned into urban neighborhoods, offering little outlet for flooding.

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Mold history

Mold removal by fire - Late 1900's

Paula Hensley, September 18 2019

Mold History Back in the late 1900'sand early 2000's, one way used to get rid of a bad mold infestation was by fire. Burning down the house is what a couple in California had to do in 2003. Ballard and Alison had finished getting the house's leaks repaired. Little did...

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Mold

Mold, Water, Fire, Oh My!

Paula Hensley, July 1 2019

One fire can cause many unexpected costs and a lot of grief to the homeowner. After making sure the people in your house are safe, it is then important to try to rebuild what was lost. Did you know that water sprinklers and hoses can cost a homeowner more than...

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Moisture

Humidity levels and mold

Paula Hensley, June 10 2019

Mold loves humidity. Did you know humidity levels should be between 30 and 60 percent in order to prevent the spread of mold spores? A good way to make sure humidity stays within those levelsis to use a humidifier that will automaticallyadjust to humidity levels present. Good air conditioning systems can also help by adding extra humidity to the ai...

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