Category: Removing mold and mildew odors

Does Wearing a Face Mask Protect from Air Pollution?

Did you know that fine particulate matter is tiny particles, no bigger than 2.5 micrometers? This matter is so small that it is often compared to human hair to show the significance in size, as human hair is between 50 and 70 micrometers in size. Therefore, the risks of ingesting or inhaling these very small …

My House Flooded What Do I Do? How to Deal with Mold After a Flood

My house flooded what do I do to minimize damage and ensure that mold doesn’t make a home in my moist home? Water damage, whether from a natural disaster or even plumbing issues can ruin your floors, walls, and ceilings of your home. After a flood occurs in your home, time becomes of the essence …

A Simple Guide to Improve Indoor Air Quality Naturally in Your Home

The EPA found that most people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors, whether that be in the home, in an office, or in any other indoor environment. But if you are anything like me, then you can probably say with a great deal of certainty that your home is where you spend the …

Environmental Allergies: Can You Have an Allergic Reaction to Mold?

  Have you ever experienced a bout of uncontrollable sinus symptoms such as a runny nose, itchy eyes, and watery eyes? For the vast majority of people, they have experienced allergies once in their lives and know when their allergies have been triggered. Allergies are a dominant cause of illness in the United States, with …

Mold Induced Asthma: Are Inhaled Mold Spores to Blame?

Wheezing, as you inhale and exhale trying to catch your breath. The difficult task of trying to regain your breath is an ongoing battle for those with asthma. Asthma is a growing health condition that plaques more and more people each year. Currently, 26 million people suffer from this condition, with 18.9 million adults and …