CALL NOW: (561) 400-0929
The Health Risks of Clutter in your Home

The Health Risks of Clutter in your Home

The Health Risks of Clutter in your HomeIt is true that being surrounded by excessive clutter can contribute to stress, feeling overwhelmed, and tired, but it also leads to becoming physically sick and negatively affecting your indoor air quality for you and your...
Household Mold Affects Your Pets TOO

Household Mold Affects Your Pets TOO

Mold and its effects on humans are well known however some may not be aware that mold in your home adversely affects your pets too!  Recently, studies have documented that dogs, cats, and other small animals are even more susceptible than humans due to their less...
VOCs and the Dangers of Air Fresheners

VOCs and the Dangers of Air Fresheners

VOC = Volatile Organic Compound – molecules that contain at least one carbon and one hydrogen atom (i.e. organic compounds) that vaporize easily at room temperature. VOCs are found in many household products and personal care items and collectively can emit a...
Good Sense Tips for Buying or Renting a Mold-Free Home

Good Sense Tips for Buying or Renting a Mold-Free Home

Inspect the inside of the home thoroughly for any visual areas that could indicate a breach for moisture buildup such as all faucets, toilets, and under sinks. Look at windows and doors for tight seals as well as any watermarks on ceilings or floors.  If you smell...
COLLEGE DORMS AND MOLD – WHAT TO KNOW

COLLEGE DORMS AND MOLD – WHAT TO KNOW

With the uncertainty of returning to school for college freshman this year with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, one thing you may want to make sure of should your child do move into a dorm in the near future, is to make sure his or her area is mold free. Mold in dorms...