How Mold Remediation Specialists Find and Eradicate Mold (Part 2)

By |May 27th, 2018|Blog, Mold|

In part 1 of our mold remediation report, we talked about what to expect when you think you have a mold problem and call in a mold testing and remediation specialist. We discussed testing procedures and outlined what a professional mold specialist would look for and report. Your mold specialist will report moisture intrusion,

How Do I Know If I Have Mold Damage In My Home?

By |August 31st, 2016|Blog, Mold|

  Hunt Down Mold Damage Before You Have a Huge Problem On Your Hands Finding out that there is mold damage in your home can make you feel frustrated, overwhelmed, or even disgusted. Before you take drastic measures like setting the house ablaze, let us help you with some tips on how to figure out

San Diego Mold Damage: It’s a Real Thing

By |August 2nd, 2016|Blog, Mold|

Think Mold Damage Is Not a Problem in San Diego? Think Again You’ve probably heard that some types of mold can cause serious health damage, particularly black mold, which produces neurotoxic compounds. And most varieties of the fungus can cause mold damage to property, not to mention serious health problems for people with breathing problems

Water Damage Cleanup and Mold Remediation

By |August 1st, 2016|Blog, Mold, Water damage, Water Damage San Diego|

Mold Mold occurs naturally, it's an important part of our environment. Outside, mold is necessary for breaking down dead trees, leaves, and other organic matter. They use their spores to reproduce. These spores can be present inside as well as outside your home. That's why mold can grow in your home in areas that contain

Water Damage Tip #8 – Ventilate

By |September 23rd, 2015|Blog, Damage Restoration, Do it Yourself, Flood Damage, Mold, Water damage|

Get Started on This Step Right Away This tip is crucial to minimizing your water damage and helping to recover quickly. Ventilation enables water to evaporate faster, which helps reduce the damage and prevent other issues, like mold infestation. We'll bring specialized equipment, including high-speed, high-capacity fans. But you can get started on this crucial

Seasonal Allergies Are a Reminder of Mold Health Risks

By |August 25th, 2015|Blog, Mold|

Summertime ... and the Livin' Is Sneezy What, you ask, do respiratory allergic reactions to pollen have to do with mold? Good question. Here’s the connection. Hot, Dry = Pollen (and Mold Risk) Pollen that has dried out to its lightest, most wind-carry-able weight is lifted by warm, late summer winds and carried, well, everywhere.