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Excessive mold exposure can cause symptoms of hay fever in healthy individuals and lung infections in immune-compromised people or patients with chronic lung disease. Toxic mold is even worse, potentially causing breathing difficulties, headaches, fatigue, rashes, mental impairment, and even...Read more

What’s that colorful fuzz in your closet or bath? Mildew? Mold? Mold comes in many colors, textures, and shapes, and can be exceedingly difficult to identify. Even salt deposits (efflorescence) can mimic mold. It is also difficult to pinpoint “dangerous” versus “harmless” varieties. Although...Read more

With over 100,000 known species, mold takes on nearly any shape, color, and consistency you can think of. But nothing else strikes more fear into the hearts of property managers and building owners than black mold....Read more

Natural disasters are not easy situations, and often involve many kinds of damage. Mold growth is typically a side effect of different natural disasters, such as flooding or torrential rains. Find out how to prevent mold after these unfortunate situations.

How to Prevent Mold...Read more

Will your homeowner’s insurance grant you the full assistance you expect in the event of a life-changing fire? Many homeowners are woefully in the dark regarding fire insurance coverage limitations. Protect your home and family by ensuring you have the protection you’ll need in place in advance...Read more

One of the hardest parts about recovering from a fire is deciding what you can salvage and what you must throw away. It’s heartbreaking to discard damaged items with sentimental value, and it feels like a waste of money to dump food exposed to smoke. However, the cost to restock your pantry and...Read more

Fire starters in the home vary depending on the season, but they do have one thing in common. Of the 360,000 home structure fires reported annually by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and the billions in damage they cause, most are preventable.

What are the main...Read more

As an apartment property manager, one of your many responsibilities is to keep your tenants safe. This includes providing them with a fire escape plan created specifically for your apartment complex. Hopefully, you’ll never have to use this plan, but as they say, better safe than sorry.

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Don't let a small fire become a major emergency. Learn how to identify and handle small fires safely. Having the proper materials in your home to handle a small fire is essential.

Electrical Fires

Certain conditions may lead to an electrical fire, including...Read more

It’s wise to plan for all types of emergencies that could strike at home – from gas and carbon monoxide leaks to burst pipes and flooded basements – but fire is the most critical emergency to plan for.

Thorough fire preparedness involves...Read more