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Basements

Mold impacts human health and the structural integrity of a home. If you find mold growing anywhere in your home, you must take immediate action by killing and removing the mold. By carefully cleaning the infected area, you can also help prevent the mold from returning.

The extent and type...

Siding, Columns and Trim

Mold is usually easy to identify, but some other types of growth and staining can masquerade as mold. If you've found growth or markings that resemble mold, take time to confirm that they're not actually one of the following mold look-alikes.

Green staining on the outside of the house: If...

Identifying Mold

Mold in a home can be a serious concern if you’re buying or selling a house, or just looking out for your family’s health. And when you’re wondering if a home harbors harmful mold, you don’t have time to wait and find out.

Healthful Home 5-Minute Mold Test identifies the presence of bad...

Wet & Forget Delivers Eco-friendly Mold & Moss Removal

Flowers aren’t the only things popping up outside your home in the spring. You may also find moss, mold, mildew and algae growing on siding, your roof, decks, walkways, and even that patio furniture you left out all winter. These growths aren’t just eyesores, they’re actually dangerous and can...

Wayne Advantext Sends Real-time Sump Pump Alerts

Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the U.S. today. For any homeowner, it can be devastating to come home to a flooded basement. At risk of damage are furnaces, water heaters, and appliances, not to mention carpeting, furniture and electronics if you have a finished basement. Flood...

Repair
Buying a foreclosed home is not as easy as it sounds. It would seem like bargain hunting on a grand scale and when gazing up a tree-lined street featuring foreclosed homes, you may think there's homeowner's gold in them there hills.  But beware before buying a foreclosed home. Foreclosed homes...