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Two of the most common types of fungi that are commonly found growing in most homes are ‘mold’ and ‘mildew.’ While the two may appear to be extremely similar, they are actually quite different from each other in terms of many factors, such as their types, textures, effects, and growth, to name a few. Mildew Read More…

How to be Mold-Free?
February 18, 2020

Whether it is a cold, damp winter or a warm, humid summer, activities at home can result in moisture indoors and the appearance of mold. Mold can grow on walls, clothes, books, toys, and even CDs. It can turn prized possessions into musty relics that only look fit for the garbage. But is it also Read More…

What is a Mold Remediation Protocol?
February 14, 2020

A Mold Remediation Protocol is typically written when items or areas have been identified containing an unacceptable amount or type of mold and a client requires an industry-recognized method of removal or cleaning instructions. Before a Mold Remediation Protocol is written, a mold assessment is conducted by a qualified Mold Assessor (some States have licensure Read More…