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3 Spots Where Mold Might Be Hiding in Your Home

Posted in Blog | Mold Inspection on August 15th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Mold is a serious health hazard if it grows in your home unchecked. Unfortunately, it can be hard to spot until a colony has already established itself. To avoid the respiratory problems that come with breathing in mold spores, be aware of the places in a home that mold likes to grow. The Basement Mold Read More »

3 Signs Your Office Has Mold

Posted in Blog | Mold Inspection on July 15th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Mold is a dangerous fungus that can cause a range of health problems, including headaches, allergies, pulmonary hemorrhages, and respiratory problems such as asthma and bronchitis. Sometimes mold is visible, but this isn’t always the case. If you notice any of the following signs in your office, you might have a mold problem. A Musty Read More »

3 Worst Types of Mold

Posted in Blog | Mold Inspection on June 21st, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Finding mold in your home is a scary experience, especially when it’s black mold. But, did you know there are several types of toxic molds that should be avoided at all costs? Here are just a few of the worst. Chaetomium Chaetomium molds are usually found in water-damaged structures, but they can also make their Read More »

4 Reasons to Have Your Water Tested

Posted in Blog | Water Testing on May 9th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

You should never take it for granted that the water in your home is high quality. Contaminated water can lead to problems that affect your health and safety. Consider the following reasons you should have your water tested. To Protect Your Health This is the most important reason you should get your water tested. Water Read More »

How to Deal With Asbestos in Your Home

Posted in Asbestos Testing | Blog on April 18th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Asbestos was once a popular building material for its fireproof and insulating properties. However, when officials learned of health concerns associated with the product, its usage was phased out. Still, most homes built in the United States before 1978 contain asbestos. So what should you do if you find it in your home? Don’t Touch It Read More »

Where the Cost of Your Home Inspection Goes

Posted in Blog | Home Inspection Services on March 21st, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Ever wondered where the fee for a home inspection actually goes? A home inspection is a very powerful tool that’s available to every homeowner and potential buyers to find out the state of a home in-depth. Here is a list of items the fee goes towards during the home inspection: Equipment and tools: the inspector Read More »

Water Filters Types To Choose From

Posted in Blog | Water Testing on February 15th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Your tap water contains a number of chemicals such as volatile organic chemicals, heavy metals, fluoride and endocrine disrupting chemicals. It’s important to have your water tested especially when you’re purchasing a new home. These unwanted chemicals can also be removed using a water filter, and here are the different types of water filters to Read More »

How safe is your office airspace?

Posted in Blog on January 20th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Improving air quality is an important responsibility as a commercial business owner. The premises in which you operate your business from should be subjected to regular inspections and testing to ensure that there are no molds, asbestos hazards and the water is safe for use by your staff and clients. Since commercial zones face the most Read More »

Hiring Residential Inspection Services in Maryland

Posted in Blog on December 29th, 2016 by Hunter Adams

Whether you are planning to buy a new home or you are planning to buy an existing home (old home) in Maryland, you need the services of a residential Inspection Services in Maryland. Many homeowners especially buyers of older homes most often forget to perform the home inspection. Some homeowners don’t even know they require Read More »

Asbestos is Still Present in a Large Number of Buildings

Posted in Asbestos Testing | Blog on November 28th, 2016 by Hunter Adams

It is no secret that asbestos has a negative effect on health – this was found to be true many years ago. However, there is still a relatively large number of asbestos containing buildings, which includes many public schools. Asbestos is not actually illegal because it is safe as long as the asbestos is securely contained within Read More »