1. Professional Mold Removal for Toxic Black Mold in Your Home

    The biggest headache for many Denver homeowners is the discovery of a mold problem. The panic may start when you begin to think about the extent of the damage, the health conditions it can cause to you and your family, and of course, how much will it cost you to get rid of it. The mold threat needs to be removed as quickly as possible before it becomes much more significant, possibly causing even …Read More

  2. The Different Concepts of Mold Testing

    When facing a mold problem in your home, it's best to contact a Denver Mold Test Service professional to investigate the situation and see the degree of the problem.  Not only does this save you time and money, but it will ensure the safety of your family. Let us take a look at The Different Concepts Available for Mold Testing. But First, What is Mold Testing? Mold testing consists of collecting …Read More

  3. DIY Mold Testing Kits vs. Professional Mold Testing Service: Which is Better?

    As a Denver home or business owner, you can tackle tons of do-it-yourself (DIY) maintenance jobs with the intent to save money. Still, you will encounter specific jobs that may require the help of a professional. An ideal example is Mold Testing Service and removal. If not treated properly, mold can cause harsh and extensive damage to your business or home and more importantly, it can severely aff…Read More

  4. How to Better Understand Mold Testing and the Mold Removal Process

    The discovery of a large-scale fungus or mold growth inside your Denver home or business can be very discouraging, and aggravating. Mold can affect your health and cause dangerous side effects if not taken care of quickly.  Also, not to mention lowering the property value of your home. If you are considering selling your home but have a mold battle on your hands, your sale will be very arduous. …Read More

  5. Things you Need to Know About Mold and Humidity

    Dealing with mold is something that we would all rather avoid. There is a ton of information on how to treat and remove it, but how do you know if it’s the right information?  Unfortunately, there is so much false information out there regarding mold and its causes. Things You Need to Know About Mold and Humidity will help you differentiate what information is applicable for your mold situation…Read More

  6. How to Know if Your Home Has Mold

    Various types of mold, particularly, black mold, may be hazardous if not examined upon the first occurrence of knowing it is there. Situationally, mold can easily be identifiable and manageable if you act early on. However, in most cases, it is the mold that you cannot "see" that can be your biggest problem for your Denver home. In cases of water and flood damage situations, this couldn't be more …Read More

  7. Tips To Prevent Summer Mold

    Tips To Prevent Summer Mold In Your Home The Denver sun is out, and the days seem boundless. Summer is in full swing and with all the fun that summer can bring, the last thing you would think about is it creating an added risk for mold. Especially during this time of year, without fail fungal growth can get just about anywhere and can put a dampener on your summer plans. But First, What Do I Need …Read More

  8. Bathroom Mold And How To Avoid It

    Mold develops in wet, humid, and dank surroundings, which may be why people find themselves struggling with it in the bathrooms of their Denver home. The most prevalent types of mold that are found indoors can include Aspergillus, Alternaria, Cladosporium, and Penicillium. Mold in any part of your home, including your bathroom, can present severe effects on your home and your entire family that li…Read More

  9. Dealing with Black Mold in Your Air Vents

    Handling a mold problem in your Denver home can be an alarming experience, especially if it’s black mold. Upon discovery, it may not be easy to know what to do, particularly if this is your first time encountering it. Yet, it’s vital to deal with the mold problem right away, so it doesn’t get out of hand. And so, what do you do if you find mold has infiltrated your ventilation system? Let’…Read More

  10. Prevent Black Mold Growth in The Cooler Months

    It's a common misconception that mold cannot grow in the cooler temperatures of fall and winter. Often, people think of the colder seasons as a time of stagnation or hibernation. Pair this with the arid implications of the season, and people tend to believe that mold “hibernates” also. Unfortunately, this is not correct. Fall and winter's secluded areas and moist environment can build an ideal…Read More