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Tips for Beating Winter Mold

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality | Mold Inspection on October 28th, 2015 by Ian Stevens

If you or your family members are susceptible to allergies, or simply care about mold in your home this blog post is for you. Mold is known to thrive during the wet winter months, a time when we tend to keep windows and doors closed and stay indoors more often. Below are some tips to Read More »

Mold Discovered in Maryland Government Building

Posted in Blog | Mold Inspection | News on September 21st, 2015 by Nicholas Sang

Residents in the Town of Princess Anne in Maryland to collect their mail and do any other business from the rear of the building as the building was shut down by a U.S. Postal Service inspection team that discovered mold growth. The building had sewage issues earlier in the year that had employees utilizing alternate Read More »

Are “Green” Products Polluting Your Indoor Air?

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality | Indoor Air Quality Inspection on April 15th, 2015 by Nicholas Sang

Various cleaning products often have labels that make claims such as “all-natural”, “green” or “organic”, and these claims put a consumers mind at ease as they feel they are making a more health conscious decision while at the same time often paying a higher price. A university professor recently concluded a study that investigated and Read More »

Spring Season Brings Termites Along With Great Weather

Posted in Blog on March 26th, 2015 by Nicholas Sang

Spring season is here and everyone is breathing a sigh of relief as this past winter season has been brutal to the east coast. Along with the warmer weather, the spring season carries some unwanted pests that may wreak havoc on your home and cause costly damage, namely termites so include a termite inspection in Read More »

How Mold Can Affect Your Allergies this Fall

Posted in Blog | Mold Inspection on November 21st, 2014 by Ian Stevens

The fall season brings grief to many allergy sufferers as the pollen levels drop and they encounter symptoms such as congestion and itchy eyes. What if these low pollen levels aren’t to blame but instead a culprit that inhabits areas in your residence that you may never have guessed. Allergies and Mold According to the Read More »

The Importance Of Fixing Sink Leakage Before Damage Occurs

Posted in Blog | Home Inspection Services | Mold Inspection on April 11th, 2014 by Hunter Adams

As the saying goes, “It’s better to be safe than sorry,” and when it comes to preventing sink leaks, that saying never rang truer. Water damage is a major concern in any home, especially in the bathrooms. Often, there are multiple water sources and many places for leaks to occur. One of the most important Read More »

3 Steps To Protect Your Home From Termite Infestation

Posted in Blog | Termite Inspections on March 11th, 2014 by Hunter Adams

Termites are vital in nature, but have no use in your home, so making sure to protect your investment from the tiny terrors is important. If termites move in to munch on your home, significant damage can be done to the structure of your house and to your wallet when it comes time to pay Read More »

Why You Need Maryland Mold And Air Testing No Matter How Old Your Home Is

Posted in Blog | Mold Inspection on March 4th, 2014 by Hunter Adams

It’s not uncommon to walk into a home today and find a carbon monoxide detector protecting the family inside. While carbon monoxide is a very real danger, there are other health hazards that could be within the walls of your home that you’re ignoring entirely. The presence of mold or asbestos in your home can Read More »

How To Protect Your Family From Lead Poisoning

Posted in Blog | Home Inspection Services on January 13th, 2014 by Hunter Adams

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the most dangerous sources for lead exposure are lead-contaminated dust and lead-based paint. Homes built prior to 1978 typically contain lead-based paint, and as that paint peels and deteriorates, it becomes especially dangerous for children in the home. Children under 6 years of age are at Read More »