Are you trying to make your home as safe and sound as possible for the holidays? It’s time to have some home inspections performed so you can rest assure that your holiday guests are jolly and healthy within your indoor… Read More
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Have you heard about Virginia deregulating mold inspection? If you have not heard, Advance Mold Remediation is here to give you all the details you will need to know about how these deregulations could affect you. Read now for details…. Read More
The construction of attics and concrete slabs has historically been done as a simple, cost-effective way to support a floor or roof. Because of this, the impact these two areas have on a home’s energy costs and ability to keep… Read More
Air pollution is a problem that has gained more and more interest over the past few years. Research has shown that air pollution can negatively affect the health of those who are constantly subjected to harmful environments. But a recent… Read More
In some ways, there’s not much difference between the conditions that cause poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) at home and the conditions that cause poor IAQ in a work environment. Both have plumbing that can back up or break and roofs, windows, and doors that can leak. On the other hand the workplace has its unique characteristics that lowers IAQ, as this page indicates.
We wanted to pass on this informative page from Washington state where they know a thing or two about humidity and moisture. We’d also like to highlight a couple important steps you should take before cleaning.
One option that homeowners have these days for preventing mold growth is mold-resistant paint. As this site notes, most premium paints contain ingredients that inhibit mold growth, generally for the life of the coating. As with most things where mold is concerned actual results may vary depending on the location and environmental conditions around the painted surface.