Are you seeing your employees suffering from severe health effects? Sick employees always require a review of your company’s employee health, indoor air quality, and safety protocols. Sick Building Syndrome, also known by the acronym of “SBS”. Includes people who are confined within a particular… Read More »Indoor Air Quality: Employee Health
Stachybotrys is commonly referred to as black mold. It is the most commonly known mold. Also, it is the most dangerous. Black mold is toxic. As a result, it can cause fear for any property owner that discovers it. We encourage you to educate yourself… Read More »Toxic Black Mold Risks & Remedies
We have thousands of examples of mold that was not visible on the surface because hidden mold damage is the cornerstone of the mold remediation industry. It is the dangerous and toxic side of the mold. So cleaning only the surface mold, when a deeper… Read More »Hidden Mold: Invisible Subsurface Damage
Are you living with unexplained health problems? Have you thought about the possibility that it may be mold symptoms from mold exposure? Do you know that mold can live and grow in a home or office without ever being noticed? Mold is a fungus that… Read More »Mold Symptoms from Exposure
With the current COVID-19 coronavirus attracting most of the public’s attention, there are many other respiratory ailments that are not being considered. One of those ailments is seasonal allergies, and they can be confused with mold allergies. Here is how to tell the difference. Seasonal… Read More »Mold Allergy or Seasonal Allergy?
Several factors can cause toxic indoor air quality. Radon has been a more recent concern. A radioactive gas found in buildings. Also, carbon monoxide, smoke, molds, allergens, and volatile organic compounds. All these make the air toxic. In the last five years, more and more… Read More »Headaches Could Be Toxic Indoor Air Quality
Would you like to spend your Christmas in chronic illness? Do you expect to just lie on the bed the entire day while others jiggle and giggle? You certainly wouldn’t want the most important event of your life to be affected like that. What you… Read More »Good Health: Is What Everyone Wants for Christmas
The recipe for mold is really simple: moisture + time + materials. Mold loves moisture, so poor ventilation, leaky roofs, and pipes must be avoided in schools at any cost. Mold can grow on wood, carpet, vinyl, drywall, concrete, paper, insulations, and pretty much anywhere… Read More »School Mold: Could Your Child Be Affected?