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Basements

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...

Range Hood:  Tips for Adding or Replacing

Adding or replacing a range hood is a great way to update the kitchen and improve your indoor air quality. There are plenty of range hoods on the market today that can fit with any style and budget. Replacing a range hood is an easy Saturday afternoon project for the average DIYer. For as...

Bathroom Lighting

Looking to light a bathroom for safety and navigation, but you insist on efficiency and beauty?  The NuTone LunAura Collection of bath ventilation fans offers the perfect combo for homeowners like you. 

The  LunAura Collection of bath ventilation fans creates a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere...

Avoiding Mold

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:

Home Safety

Radon gas dangers in the home have become more prevalent, and can affect homeowners before radon is detected. Consider the story of Stanley, a nuclear power company employee from Pennsylvania. One day he arrived at work and the radiation monitors at the plant screamed an alarm. The experts...