Yes, you know mold—the bluish-green color growing on the side of your cheese. You may have heard of the black mold infestation in Cleveland during the 90s. And, most likely, you’ve seen some hiding out behind your toilet or in the grout in your shower. While not all mold is toxigenic, it still can cause…Read more
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Water damage is a serious problem. Even just a simple faucet leak can turn it into hundreds of gallons of wasted water per year. Not to mention, an excessively high water bill. Depending on the leak, water spillage and water damage may be a possibility. What many people don’t know is that water damage left…Read more
Black mold is not always black. Nor is it always bad for you. The truth is, we need mold—black mold included. And, to be honest, the world kind of depends on the stuff. As a Huffington Post article states “[mold is] Mother Nature’s great recycler.” Mold breaks down plants and animals during the decaying process.…Read more
It’s spring. The birds are chirping. The sky is blue. So, you’re probably wondering why we’ve written a blog post about frozen pipes. The truth is, according to the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety, “The…most common type of failure occurs when the supply system material fails…result[ing] in a leaking or bursting pipe.” Guess…Read more
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