1. The Most Dangerous Types Of Mold

    Have you ever suspected or discovered mold in your workplace or home while living in Denver?  The most common question that arises is “is it dangerous?”  Am I going to need a mold test in Denver? Not all mold is toxic while other are majority toxic.  At the same time, no mold in the home or workplace is good, there are types that fall into a “most dangerous,” category,” and that requi…Read More

  2. Keep My Attic From Developing A Mold Problem

    How Do I Keep My Attic from Developing a Mold Problem? Have you found mold in your attic? Most likely, the problem can be due to a leaky roof, condensation, poor ventilation, or leaky ductwork. Specifically, the attic is one of the uttermost common places for mold to cultivate, but it is also one of the most likely places for the mold growth go unnoticed. If you suspect mold in your attic, contact…Read More

  3. Do You Really Need A Mold Inspection or Testing?

    You need three things for mold to grow: Moisture Relative Humidity Above 60% A food source such as drywall or wood One other thing which fits this category would be time. Some mold can generally start growing within 24-48 hours, however, there are certain types of mold spores that can take much longer to grow. Those are usually the more dangerous types of mold aka “black mold”. Once you have t…Read More

  4. The Effects Of Mold And Having A Professional Service Remove It

      What is “WDB”? It stands for water damaged building. What is so alarming is that it’s estimated that half of the buildings in the United States may be WDB. In the United States construction techniques wind up being a buffet and feast for fungal and mold organisms. Fungi and mold develop on wood, drywall and other soft surface and materials. Mold mostly develops in dark and moist envi…Read More

  5. Mold Testing Expectations

    What To Expect From A Mold Testing Service Finding mold in your home can seem an intimidating problem, one that leaves homeowners with many questions. How does that mold affect the air that my family and I breathe in? How serious is this mold problem? How do we get rid of the mold, and will we still be able to live in the house in the meantime? One way to answer these questions is through mold tes…Read More

  6. DIY vs. Professional Denver Mold Testing

    If you think there might be mold in your home, it’s an issue you’ll want to take care of right away. However, if you rent, your landlord might not be willing to put forth the money for mold cleaning unless a mold test is conducted first. Mold tests can also help Denver homeowners to have a better picture of what they’re dealing with. After all, not all molds are toxic and while it’s always…Read More

  7. What Causes Black Mold To Grow

    What Conditions Cause Black Mold to Grow In Colorado? Just like anything else, black mold has a context. It doesn’t spring up out of nowhere, and it doesn’t happen in every home. However, it can happen to any home — under the right conditions? That’s why homeowners have to be vigilant to ensure that black mold doesn’t grow when disaster arises But what conditions cause black mold to grow…Read More

  8. Mold vs Mildew

    Denver Mold vs. Mildew: What’s the Difference? Mold and mildew seem often to be mentioned in tandem. Home cleaning solutions claim to prevent “mold and mildew.” Homeowners are cautioned against the potential air quality dangers of “mold and mildew.” Denver mold and mildew may have similar sounding names, both might be fungi, and no one wants to see either in their home. But there are dis…Read More

  9. 3 Hazardous Types of Mold You Might Find In Your House

    Scientific sources say that there may be as many as 100,000 different species of mold. Not all of these molds are indoor molds — molds that could be found in your home — and some of them are harmless. Still, even if only one percent of 100,000 were possible threats to your home, that’s 100 different species of mold. Ideally, you want to avoid all types of mold in your home. However, there ar…Read More

  10. 4 Signs That Your Home Has Black Mold

    Detecting Black Mold In Your Home One of the problems with black mold is that many homeowners miss the signs until their home has a serious problem. In moist conditions, black mold can spread quickly, and the sight of it on the walls may not be the first thing you notice. It’s important to know the other signs so you can catch black mold in your home while the problem is still manageable. Here a…Read More