The Stealthy Intruder – How Mold Affects Drywall

Today, we're going to dive into a topic that is crucial for maintaining a healthy and happy home: mold and its impact on drywall. As has been mentioned here numerous times, mold is not just an eyesore; it can also pose significant health risks if left unaddressed. So,...

Why You Should Check a Barn for Mold

Barns, with their naturally high levels of moisture due to animal activities and the storage of hay and feed, are prime breeding grounds for mold. However, when it comes to barn maintenance, one often overlooked but crucial aspect is checking for it. Mold growth in...

Sinkholes – Are You Concerned?

As property owners, it's easy to overlook the potential threat of sinkholes. These ground collapses can lead to serious property damage and even endanger lives. So, what are some of the signs that will help you to identify a sinkhole presence on your property?...

Can You Tell a Leak from Condensation?

If you have been reading our blogs for a while, you will be well aware that water in the wrong places is damaging to your home. Identifying the source of the water is critical to preventing many of the issues associated with water intrusion. In this article, we are...

Should You Carpet Your Bathroom?

It's a question that many homeowners have asked themselves: should you carpet a bathroom? While carpeting can bring warmth and a cozy feel to a room, it's important to carefully consider whether it's a suitable choice for the bathroom. To help you make the right...

Returning To a Flooded Home…Further Steps

In our previous article, we discussed some of the initial steps you need to take when returning to a house that has been flooded. As we mentioned, we will be continuing the theme in this article, as there is much to consider on the subject. So, here are some further...

Returning To a Flooded Home

Returning to a flooded home can be an overwhelming and emotionally challenging experience. Whether the flooding was caused by heavy rainfall, a burst pipe, or a natural disaster, the process of recovery requires careful planning and thorough execution. In this month’s...

Biowalls – A Smart Choice?

Biowalls, also known as living walls, or green walls, are vertical structures covered with plants that offer a range of benefits in various environments. In high-humidity locations, where moisture levels are naturally elevated, the use of biowalls can have both...

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