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Leaky Windows Can Cause Mold Issues

Why is it that when we look at our windows, most of us aren’t surprised to see unsightly black spots, fuzzy growths and discoloration on or around the window frames and sills?
Although this is particularly true in older homes, brand new constructions can have equally devastating damage, and it’s usually linked to mold.
Mold around windows is one of the most common household problems, but many people don’t even realize the problem exists. They may look at it every day, but they often dismiss it without further thought.
This only makes the problem worse, and, in this blog, we’ll explain why.
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Is Your Humidifier Causing Mold Problems?

In many areas, the climate is simply too dry for some people to be comfortable. This dry air can cause everything from stuffy sinuses to problematic asthma. In order to combat this dryness, many people will set up humidifiers. These devices work wonders to make the surrounding area more humid for those that have problems adapting to arid climates. Unfortunately, they could also exacerbate mold growth in the home.
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Removing Mold in HVAC Systems

Have you recently begun noticing a strong smell of mildew when your home’s HVAC system is running? If so, then it may be time to examine your system for a mold problem. Over time, it is not uncommon for mold to begin growing within the internal components of an HVAC system. While this is not inherently harmful, it can become a problem if you start to smell the mildew or mold; this means that the mold spores are actually making their way into the air, which can be hazardous to your health. Specifically, mold is known to be damaging to the human respiratory system and can even further aggravate asthma for those who have it. Fortunately, if you are experiencing mold in your home’s HVAC system, there are some steps you can take to remove it and begin enjoying healthy air quality once again.
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Protecting Your Family from Mold in the Home

The thought of mold, wherever you might find it, is icky – it’s slimy, fuzzy and smelly. Yes, it might be a necessary organism, given how it helps to decompose organic waste in our eco-system. Mold is a great friend of nature, but it isn’t that great of a thing to have growing at home. When left undetected, it can cause serious allergic reactions and infections in your family. The effects are far worse if you have infants, young children, elderly family members and individuals with compromised immune systems in your family. Here’s a simple guide that allows you to assess your home and look out for specific kinds of molds in specific areas:
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