Archive for the ‘Mold Prevention’ Category

5 Ways to Prevent Mold in Commercial Buildings

If mold is something you more commonly associate with food that’s hung out in the fridge for too long, then any commercial buildings you own or manage could be in...

Carpet Mold: Is Unhealthy Filth Lurking Beneath Your Feet?

There are lots of benefits to having carpeted floors in your home: energy-saving warmth, decor aesthetics, low maintenance, reduction of falls, and overall comfort. Carpet can also be help to...

Mold: The Ultimate Hide-And-Seek Contender

If you were playing a game of hide-and-seek, mold would be the ultimate opponent. It can be found almost anywhere, often out of sight. Of course, that musty smell sometimes...

Mold: What is it and Why it Should be Left to a Professional

The last thing anyone wants to hear is that your home has been infested with mold. Not only is it costly and difficult to remove, mold is dangerous and can be hazardous....

How Ice Dams Cause Mold Growth

Living in Manhattan and surrounding Kansas areas, we’re used to battling through snowy, icy, cold winters. But just because we’re used to the icy cold, doesn’t make our homes immune to...

Can Mold Still Grow in the Winter?

Can mold still grow in a McPherson winter? You bet. Mold is rather remarkable in that it can grow just about anywhere, no matter the conditions. Most people associate mold growth with...

4 Telltale Signs of a Mold Problem

While mold can grow year-round in just about any condition, summer is prime time for mold growth in your Kansas home. The summer heat and humidity combined with storms and sneaky rain...

3 Things to Keep In Mind When There’s Mold In Your Home

Mold is preventable. Knowing the facts can make all the difference. Humidity in your home should be no higher than 50% to prevent mold growth. An air conditioner or dehumidifier...

Mold and Moisture: What You Should Know

Molds are living organisms that grow in damp places in your Kansas home. They stain or discolor surfaces and smell musty. The slimy black spots on your shower curtain, the...

Identifying Black Mold

Mold can grow in any moist area of your home, including behind the refrigerator (left) or in the water heater closet (right).  Photos (l. to r.): Wendy Brolga, Flickr; rian_bean,...

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