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  1. The Winter Procrastinator: Getting Your Home Ready Last Minute Before the Cold

    Winter Procrastinator /win-ter pro-cras-tin-a-tor/ noun last minute Christmas shopper; recovers only half of the decorations they’ve had stored in boxes for years, and puts them up days before Christmas; buys grocery store desserts on the way to a family gathering. If any of the above describes you, then maybe the holidays are not your favorite […]

  2. The Importance of Crawl Space Encapsulation

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    50% of the air in your home comes from your crawl space. It’s true, half of the air you’re breathing in your home is rising from the crawl space beneath your house. Most people are unaware of just how significant it is to the rest of their home, but as it turns out, a moist, moldy […]

  3. 21st Century Asbestos: Is It Still An Issue?

    Photo by Tim Mascara, April 2017 WFAE News Believe it or not, it is. In Davidson, North Carolina the EPA issued a major asbestos cleanup for twenty homes surrounding what used to be the Carolina Asbestos Factory. Back between the 1930s and 1960s, people literally paid for asbestos to be delivered to their homes to cover their […]

  4. Mold Mania! 10 Crazy Facts You Never Knew About Mold

    1. Black mold, (scientific name stachybotrys), is only one species of over 10,000 different species of mold 2. Bleach does not work on mold. It may kill mold growth, but not airborne mold spores. If you use bleach, do not assume the mold has been entirely removed from your home. 3. Dead mold spores are […]

  5. Post Rainfall and the Mold Aftermath

    Despite the night and day transformation in North Carolina weather over the past week, the rainfall was pretty intense. Incredible amounts of rain collected and created dangerous flooding throughout central NC. Flood stages in areas around Raleigh were cresting at 20 feet, and businesses that had several feet of water are now foraging what’s left […]

  6. Mold Monsters: Identifying “Scary” Household Mold

    “People fear what they don’t understand and hate what they can’t conquer…”  – Andrew Smith Most people do not know the different species of mold in homes, let alone which ones are dangerous. We’re here to change that. Breaking Down the Mold There are two common forms of indoor mold, airborne spores which are invisible to […]

  7. Is Mold Hiding In Your Home? Learn How To Find It

    As winter draws to an end, flowers will unfold, bushes will blossom, and tree spores will spew pollen throughout the Triangle area. Spring is the season for tissues and Benadryl. If you and your children are sniffling and sneezing, it can be difficult to determine whether the irritating allergens are from outdoors, or from within […]

  8. Can Window Condensation Lead To Mold?

    Issues related to indoor humidity and excess moisture are not limited to the summer months. Whether the weather is cold or warm, moisture in your home can lead to the development of mold. One place you might not expect mold to develop is around your windows and on your window sills. Window moisture and condensation […]

  9. In-Home Humidity And Condensation Contribute To Mold

    If you ask us whether mold is most likely to develop during summer or winter, we answer, “Yes.” It surprises some homeowners to hear that weather conditions are conducive to mold growth during the winter months. However, as we have already experienced this month, rain and snow can keep homes and foundations moist throughout the […]

  10. Winter Mold Prevention

    In our previous post, we discussed the importance of checking for signs of water damage, excess moisture and mold development after winter storms. Mold is not merely a spring and summer issue. Snow and ice challenge your home’s drainage systems and can lead to unexpected flooding and mold issues. Rain and humidity do not disappear […]

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