Humidity And Mold- Did Your Home Stand Up to Summer Moisture?

If you’re living in New England you know that this summer has been rainy, hot and humid. Although you’re probably not looking forward to enduring a winter like last year’s, you might be excited to start seeing cooler temperatures as September approaches. Before temperatures start to fall, make sure the summer humidity hasn’t left you … Continued

Should I Buy a House with Mold in It?

So you’re thinking of moving and have a particular neighborhood in mind. It’s quiet, safe and is located in an amazing school district. The only problem is that all the houses in your desired neighborhood are way above your price range. You manage to stumble upon a house that is within your budget and after … Continued

Attic Mold: The Importance of Proper Ventilation

Getting rid of attic mold is crucial to protecting your home’s value and to protecting the health and safety of your family. At the same time, your home’s ventilation systems must be updated or improved to keep moisture out and away from your home. This is essential to prevent recurring attic mold issues. Attic Mold: … Continued

8 Steps of Mold Remediation Series: Step # 4 – Cleaning of Workspace and Surrounding Areas of Mold Spore Contamination

The fourth step to proper mold remediation in Maine or any other state involves cleaning of the work space and any surrounding areas that may have been previously contaminated by mold spores or growth. When we talk “cleaning” in mold remediation, we are not talking about normal cleaning.  We are talking about a hygienic cleaning … Continued

Three Steps to Properly Remove Mold From Your Home or Business

The presence of mold in an indoor environment is typically due to things such as chronic humidity and condensation, poor ventilation, improper appliance exhaust, improperly mitigated water damage, or a combination of these conditions. Whatever the cause, the mold growth should be inspected by a qualified mold remediation contractor.  It is important to investigate the … Continued