Good Indoor Air Quality is essential for a healthy, productive workplace. Read on for a list of what to look out for in your office. Read more.
Mold can be found almost anywhere. As long as there is moisture, mold can grow on virtually any porous organic substance like wood, paper, carpet and food.
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Mold is a micro-organism that takes many shapes and forms both indoors and outdoors. While they do perform important biological and ecological functions, mold in your indoor environment may pose serious health risk and should be removed immediately.
In the event you are affected by water damage like burst water pipes, sewage backups, flooding, etc., here’s a list of 11 steps you should expect professional restoration specialists to take.
Carpet contains approximately about 200,000 bacteria per square inch. This makes your carpet 4,000 times dirtier than your toilet seat. Read on to learn more about everything that’s thriving in your carpet.
Carpet care can be a breeze if you stick to a routine of simple maintenance. Here are four simple steps you can take!
There are several things to consider when deciding how often you should engage professionals to clean the carpets in your home.
Mold is unsightly and can grow on nearly any moist surface. It spreads quickly in an environment producing allergens that can cause health issues for all occupants. Follow our guide on how to correct mold issues in your indoor environment.