Professional mold remediation can become necessary when water or moisture is left stagnant for too long. This becomes a breeding ground for mold growth down the road. To avoid such issues as mold growth, it is important to practice necessary safety tips when dealing with water loss of any kind. In the case of an Auburn, New Hampshire father who came home to discover that his children’s 200-gallon fish tank had been leaking for a period of about five days, he knew that professional mold remediation may be necessary. As a first course of action, he plugged up the hole and securely sealed it to prevent further leaking so that he could remove the tank for repairs. Next, he grabbed the largest towels that he could find to soak up the excess moisture and called Soil-Away, the professional team of experts in his area with great reviews.
The need for mold removal after water damage is not uncommon. However, if water damage mitigation is handled properly, the likelihood of dealing with mold is drastically reduced. If flood cleanup is performed poorly, you will usually have mold growth which a local Merrimack, NH business recently learned the hard way.
A family in Londonderry, NH notices that the discoloring in their carpet has gotten considerably worse than when they had seen it just a couple days ago. Appearing an olive-green brownish color on their beige carpet, the customers had originally thought it was spilled coffee. They padded the carpet with a wet cloth to clean it, only to see it grow worse in the following days. The substance continued to spread, and the customers knew something worse was happening. It was time to contact a mold remediation specialist.
So you’ve decided to do some spring cleaning. (It doesn’t matter if it’s not really spring). What ever time of year it is, uncluttering your home is always a good idea. The question now is; what to do with the items you don’t readily use but definitely want to keep? Well, self-storage is always a good idea! You get a self-storage unit and you’re worry free. Not so fast, getting a self-storage unit is only the beginning. In order to keep your valuables safe and mold free, you need to know how to prevent mold and mildew in self-storage.
When mold makes its way into your home, a mold cleanup company is the perfect solution to resolve this pesky problem. This was the case for a Windham, New Hampshire resident who came home to find that her basement had been infected. She already knew the danger that mold growth could cause on her family so she quickly called her local restoration company to inspect and clean up the mess. The mold cleanup company sprang into action to resolve the situation.
During the holidays your home seems to have grown smaller. Between parties, gifts and decorations stuff just accumulates. It’s time to do some purging to make space. Out with the old – in with the new! However, sometimes it’s difficult to part with some of the old. Let’s face it, some old stuff could prove to be quite valuable or sentimental. Those items should probably be put away for safe keeping. But this could prove trickier than you first thought. Looking back on some of your old items that have been stored away for a while, you notice some have been overrun by mold and mildew. The question: how do you go about preventing mold growth on stored items?
Mold is never something that you want to see in your home. Some varieties can be dangerous to the health of you and your family. The challenge with mold is that it can thrive anywhere that has moisture and a food source. This includes walls, carpets, air ducts and ceiling tiles to name a few. The effects of mold in the home range from allergy problems to more serious respiratory infections.
While it is difficult to eliminate mold entirely the following tips can help to prevent excessive mold growth in your home.
A family in Londonderry, NH is worried when they discover mold in their basement. They have heard of the dangers of mold and fear that it can impact the health of their newborn baby. Immediately, they research information on the effects of mold and how they can quickly receive mold remediation in basement.
Homeowners tend to worry about damage from a fire to the home more than any other disaster. While a fire can be devastating, a flood comes with its own fair share of damage and lasting clean up concerns. The likelihood that a home will flood at some time, whether from a burst pipe, overflowing bathroom faucet, or storm damage, is much higher than that a fire will strike. Yet many homeowners are unsure of what do when they find water in their home.
You’ve endured a long, tiring, but exciting search for the perfect home. You’ve finally found one; great location, the right amounts of rooms, ideal size, and flawless scenery from all areas of the house. You’ve decided this is the one! Then you discover your perfect Salem, NH dream house is infected with mold. Don’t fret too much! Buying a house with mold may not be as bad as you think. While there are some negative effects of mold, you may still be able to remedy your problem and not have to give up on your dream home.