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Air Quality

Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that occurs naturally when uranium in the soil breaks down. If inhaled, radon can cause damage to your lung tissues and can lead to lung cancer.

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With today's homes being built tighter and tighter, the risk of having a mold problem has increased. The tighter a home is, the more likely the buildup of moisture that invites household mold and mildew. When preventing mold from spreading in your home consider the following:


April showers won't just bring May flowers, but leaking wet basements too if homeowners don't maintain good outside drainage conditions. Wet basements are one of life's biggest headaches, yet waterproofing is generally easy to accomplish.

When basements leak, people panic. The trouble,...

Siding, Columns and Trim

Has mildew and dirt left your siding less than lustrous?  A soft cloth and long handled brush might be just the tools you'll need to bring back the shine.  For starters mix up some mild household cleaners like Fantastic, Lestoil or Spic-n-Span.  This will clean most of the siding.  Follow up on...

Cleaning Mold

Mold needs moisture and food to grow, and cardboard storage boxes can become a mold feast in a damp basement. To protect your belongings and your home's air quality from the threat of mold, store items on plastic or metal shelving instead of on basement floors. Address any basement water leaks,...

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...