Decontamination Services All Vermont Businesses Should Consider

In any business or facility, occupant safety is the first priority. But even with proper cleaning on a regular basis, there are some bacteria, viruses and fungi that can’t be eliminated by standard cleaning agents. Places like locker rooms, athletic…

Summer Humidity Control for Schools

Now that summer is finally here and students and staff are away from the summer, it’s time for schools to begin summer maintenance projects. For facilities managers, this can present a challenge when it comes to maintaining the indoor climate…

When Should You Call a Vermont Mold Remediation Company?

As a Vermont homeowner, you probably know that when you discover a mold problem in your home, you need to deal with it as quickly as possible. What starts out as a small mold problem can quickly grow into a…

Hidden Mold in Your Home: What You Need to Know

If you have, or think you have, a mold problem in your home, hidden mold is probably lurking there, too. While some mold problems may be easy to spot, it can be difficult to find or notice mold in places…

DIY Mold Cleanup: 3 Misconceptions Busted

Mold in your home can not only be a nuisance, it can also cause health problems in some people. If your mold problem is a relatively small and straightforward, you may be tempted to complete some DIY mold cleanup. But…

What is the Average Cost of Water Damage Restoration?

We are often asked the ballpark or average cost of water damage restoration. The answer is that there is no set price for water damage clean-up and repair. Here are some controlling factors in determining your cost: The size of…

Can Mold in My Home Cause Health Problems?

When people discover mold, one of the first questions is usually, “can mold in my home cause health problems?” This is an understandable question—there are many myths and misconceptions about residential mold that can cause people to worry. How Mold…

Is Water Damage Considered An Emergency?

Sometimes when people are faced with water damage, they’re not sure what to do or who to call. The water cleanup process needs to begin as quickly as possible after the damage occurs. Unless cleanup begins within 24-48 hours, bigger…

How to Help People After a House Fire

You can board up before a big storm, you can evacuate in anticipation of a flood, but no one is ever prepared for a house fire. If you know someone who has recently experienced a fire, you may be wondering…

DIY Water Damage Cleanup: Don’t Make These 3 Mistakes

In any water damage situation, speed is key. If you choose to perform DIY water damage cleanup, the first thing you need to do is move quickly. The longer you wait to begin the cleanup process, the more likely it…