Mold Education Blog
The Mold Medics Team decided to start this blog as an effort to combat some of the misinformation around mold and mold remediation. We hope that through these posts our customers and the general public will have a better understanding of Mold, Mold removal, and the health risks that mold may pose to your household and family. As we continue to learn together, we encourage you to share these posts with your friends and family so that they may also be informed.
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While some professionals have continued traveling to and from work throughout the span of the pandemic — perhaps to work in a hospital, grocery store, or private proprietary system — the rest of us are just starting to head back in after months of working from home, even if it’s just for two or three
Mold is viewed as a four-letter bad word to most homeowners. Between watching HGTV, the news or hearing of a neighbor that has dealt with mold issues, we get calls from homeowners all the time inquiring about mold growth. A question that is most asked is where do I look for mold in my home?
The car is packed up, family ready and months of planning are coming to fruition! It’s time for your yearly family vacation. The last checklist in place, you walk through your house to check for safety; the stove/oven is off, the iron is unplugged, the doors are locked. Then, as a final item, you turn
The Covid-19 pandemic is a new challenge for our country, the likes of which have never been dealt with. Many businesses have closed for extended periods of time with staff and employees more fearful and aware of contamination potential than ever. It is important, as we begin to open back up, that we create and
April showers brings May flowers is a proverb that has stuck with me since I was a little kid. In our region April tends to give way to rainy weather. With this rain come lush growth of greenery and flowers. I am always amazed at how vibrant the landscape becomes as opposed to the gray
In the mold remediation world indoor humidity levels are a common topic of discussion. According to the EPA, “Indoor relative humidity (RH) should be kept below 60 percent—ideally between 30 percent and 50 percent, if possible.” In regions like Pennsylvania we experience a true winter which brings cold air. Because cold air holds less moisture