While we organize our costumes and put on our masks to fight COVID-19, we often forget about the spooky air quality in our own homes.
When you make a plan to deep clean your house over the weekend or on holiday, what’s the first thing that crosses your mind?
While spending more time at home may protect us from contracting the virus, it can open us up to more issues that some of us may forget about or not even consider.
Mold is fungi that grows on damp or decomposing surfaces. It is also known as mildew. There’s mold that grows outdoors, and there’s mold that can live inside of a house or a building.
Mold spores are not good for anyone to breathe in, but those with allergies may be especially sensitive to mold exposure.
Lately, there has been a tremendous amount of information floating around about cleaning and sanitizing the air and surfaces around homes and workplaces that may have been infected with Covid-19. What is cleaning efficacy testing? Is there a way to really test for Covid-19 in my home? I am going to try to answer some […]
…water is going someplace. Perhaps your basement or crawlspace.
This short article uses new data showing the commonality of mold allergies.
This short article will help understand dehumidifiers and how they work.
Just the other day, I went grocery shopping and one of my daughters and she helped me bring in and put away the groceries. As usual, we were all in a hurry and she must have put the hot dog buns in a place we usually never look for them. About a week and a […]