A flooded house is one of the biggest challenges you will encounter in your lifetime. Water damage is a force to be reckoned with. Having water in unwanted places can cause a lot of trouble and damage both to health and property. Floodwater in any area of the house provides the perfect breeding ground for […]
Water may be life, but it can also damage buildings and homes. Plumbing leaks, for example, can lead to the formation of an extensive and potentially deadly mold colony. Water damage can warp floors, discolor otherwise beautiful paint or tile, and even invite pests into the home. If you notice signs of water damage, don’t […]
Finding mold in your home is an incredibly stress-inducing experience. You may not know what to do, how to get rid of it, or if it’s dangerous. Mold can indeed be harmful to people, but if you find mold where you live, don’t panic just yet. This article will give you the steps you should […]
What to do in the event of upcoming Phoenix water damage leak or coming storm: Decide what can be spared and what can’t. If all else fails, get rid of it. The Phoenix water damage will destroy it otherwise. Strip the place of all decorations affected by surge waters. Cover salvageable items with plastic and […]
Protection arrangement holder’s be careful: The property protection industry needs to roll out improvements Before, property rebuilding entrepreneurs were represented the deciding factor by what is alluded to as a ‘favored seller list’ made by extensive property insurance agencies (i.e. Across the nation, Allstate, State ranch, and so forth.). By turning into a ‘Preferred Vendor’, […]
many preferred contractors can be reluctant to oppose the opinion of an insurance adjuster and stand with the homeowner when it comes to an issue of an item that needs to be replaced instead of being cleaned, patched, or repaired. In these situations, a preferred contractor may fear loss of favor with an insurance company and may not be bold enough to take a […]
Mold, in general, is not dangerous, however it can be when it proliferates and/or produce toxins. But did you know that you do not always need to call a remediation contractor when you spot mold in your home? According to EPA or the Environment Protection Agency, a homeowner can handle the mold remediation process themselves if the mold is not more than 10 square feet.
Most people do not actually realize how serious of a threat mold can be. Although illnesses caused by it are becoming more and more of a problem, symptoms of mold exposure are often taken lightly, most even assume that these symptoms are just from a cold or hay fever.
Mold on walls should not be a cause of panic. Indeed, mold can be a health threat and structural hazard, but as long as you know how to remove mold from walls, you’ll be all right. Mold-infested walls are usually easy to treat. If the infested wall is non-porous, you can easily remove the mold with a wet cloth and/or a mold-killing solution. If it is porous, however, it is likely that you will have to cut away the mold-infested area and replace it.
Black mold, or Stachybotrys chartarum, is a toxic species of mold that can cause severe symptoms and life-threatening health problems that includes breathing problems, mental impairment, and internal organ damage. That’s why it is very important to determine whether or not the mold in your home is toxic.