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Four Ways To Prevent Basement Mold Growth

Your basement is the location within your home that is the most likely to experience mold growth, since it is relatively dark, experiences high levels of humidity, and will be the area of your house where you spend the least amount of time, meaning that growth may go unnoticed for a significant period of time. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to severely reduce the risk of mold growth taking hold within your basement, saving you money and time on mold remediation costs in the future.   Read More...

Top Reasons To Remodel Your Kitchen

When it comes to home remodeling projects, many people start by remodeling their kitchen. The kitchen is the hub of many homes -- a place where people gather, prepare meals, and discuss the events of the day. There are a number of reasons to remodel your kitchen. Add Value to Your Home You will most likely sell your current home at some point, and having an updated, remodeled kitchen can add value to your home and make it more appealing to potential buyers.   Read More...

Three Reasons To Get A Home's Air Quality Tested, Including Testing For Mold, Before Renting Ot Buying

Whether you're renting or buying a home, chances are you're planning to settle down there four months or years. Since this is the case, your health and the health of any family members and pets depends on having a safe environment inside the house, which includes having healthy air to breathe. Here are three reasons why you need to get the air quality tested, including having the home tested for mold, before you sign any contracts or close on a home.   Read More...

5 Tips For Waterproofing Your Basement

There are many benefits of having a basement in your home. Some of these include allowing you additional space for your family activities or protection from a tornado or severe storm. However, the challenges of keeping this underground area free of water damage are significant. Knowing specific tips to assist you in accomplishing this goal is ideal. Tip #1: Check the foundation Taking the time to look at the foundation of your home is important in preventing water damage.   Read More...

Sneaky Mould: 4 Surprising Places Where Mould Loves To Hide

The majority of homeowners understand the risk of mould developing behind and on drywall after a huge rainstorm comes in and floods the basement or after a plumbing pipe busts. However, mould can be sneakier than that and hide in a number of places that you probably would have never thought of. Mould needs a damp environment in order to thrive. Here are four unexpected areas in the home where a mould inspection needs to be done:   Read More...