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Does Mold Cause Headaches?

Does Mold Cause Headaches?

Headaches always have a cause. Whether it’s too much time on your phone or computer, dehydration, or something else entirely, you can usually trace a headache back to an internal or external source.  But those seemingly “random” headaches could have a sinister cause:...
How to Remove Mold from Concrete Walls

How to Remove Mold from Concrete Walls

In basements, the moisture content can get very high. And since many American basements are considered “unfinished,” meaning that they have concrete walls and floors rather than finished out drywall and floor covering, this can lead to a moisture issue before you know...
Benefits of Dry Fog Mold Removal

Benefits of Dry Fog Mold Removal

Mold in a home is proven to cause allergy-like symptoms, headaches, and more. Insomnia, migraines, and inability to focus have all been linked to mold exposure.  Mold is harmful for teens and adults, but it can be deadly for infants, small children, and elderly...
What is Mold Fatigue?

What is Mold Fatigue?

Many people are aware of the most common mold symptoms: respiratory issues, coughing, sneezing, headaches, and rashes. Fatigue is not usually considered a part of that list, but it should be.  People suffering from constant mold exposure can feel chronically ill,...
How to Prevent Mold in Your Attic

How to Prevent Mold in Your Attic

Mold is easy to spot in most areas of your home, but when it begins in a place that you don’t – or can’t – see, it’s potential for growth is limitless. And so are the negative effects it can have on your home and family.  These hidden areas include the basement, crawl...
Can Mold Return Following Remediation?

Can Mold Return Following Remediation?

If you have had a mold problem in your home, you know that it’s a long, complex process to get rid of it. From testing to mold removal, it can take several weeks to make sure it’s all gone and dry the area out again.  As an added layer of protection, we recommend mold...
Is There Mold in Your Furnace?

Is There Mold in Your Furnace?

Mold is most common in the summer due to humidity and precipitation. However, that doesn’t mean that your home is immune to mold problems during the winter.  In fact, your furnace is a major contributor of household mold problems during the winter. When you turn the...
Newborns & Mold in Your Home

Newborns & Mold in Your Home

Babies are exposed to germs the minute they enter this world. From putting their hands in their mouth to the air they breathe, there are allergens and bacteria that they’ve never encountered.  It’s to be expected for babies to develop a runny nose or run a fever every...
Are There Good Types of Mold?

Are There Good Types of Mold?

When you hear the word mold, you probably don’t think about the many benefits of this tiny organism. Instead, you probably think about mold growth in your bathroom, garage or basement and the dreaded task of cleaning it.  To be fair, household mold is dangerous. It...
Is There Mold in Your Ductwork?

Is There Mold in Your Ductwork?

Ask anyone where mold is likely to grow, and they’ll say the bathroom, the basement, and maybe even the attic. But would you think about the duct work in your home?  Unfortunately, mold in the HVAC system and ductwork is common. Like other unseen areas, ducts can have...
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