Just Had a Flood? Here’s What to Do Now

Water damage inside a house

If you’ve just experienced a water event, you might be wondering what to do next. Seeping water damage is progressive, pervasive and can mean valuable objects may become permanently damaged – especially if emergency response is delayed beyond the first 48 hours. When moisture seeps into items of value there are immediate steps that can… Read more »


Frustrated woman claiming insurance for water leaks sitting on a couch in the living room at home

Did you know that recent research found that indoor air pollution (including mold) kills more children worldwide than outdoor pollution? The truth is that water damage isn’t just a threat to your home, it’s also a threat to your health. Read on for five signs you have water damage, and what to do to fix… Read more »

What and What Not to Do Right Now

Mold in the corner of the white ceiling and warm color wall

Mold: four letters, one syllable, a world of anxiety and stress. It’s such a simple word with the potential to cause so many problems. Why is mold so troubling and what should you do if you find mold in your house or discover it while you’re house hunting? Steps to take as soon as you… Read more »

Our Mold Removal Process

Mold Inspector shows severe mold damage to the wall

Mold remediation consists of determining the mold’s location and scope, identifying the type of mold, and then safely and completely killing the mold. In a small number of cases where moisture has caused structural rot, it is necessary to tear-out moldy areas and repair/ reconstruct. There are multiple approaches to mold remediation, and a Green… Read more »

Health Risks of Mold

Black mold on a white wall in the house.

We all know that mold in our homes is a bad thing – but exactly how bad is it for your health and your home itself? Due to the health risks associated with mold exposure, it is best to have mold remediation conducted as soon as possible. Though the type of reaction depends upon the… Read more »