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Basement Mold and Water

Exposed dirt floors in basements and crawl spaces are problematic due to the moisture rising on convection driven air flow. Moisture can reach the upper levels of building through utility chases, voids, and stairways via stack effect http://www.epa.gov/iaq/largebldgs/pdf_files/sec_2.pdf  transporting indoor air contaminants with it. Including the...

Spring Maintenance Checklist

Commercial and residential buildings will benefit from early maintenance before summer weather arrives. Clean gutters and downspouts to be sure water flows freely away from building foundations. Reseal exterior woodwork- fences, pergolas, sheds, and trellises should be inspected and included in the process. Check for pest infestation and...

Seasonal Maintenance

PREVENTION Perform maintenance regularly; keep a schedule for routine building examinations. Look for condensation and wet spots from the attic to the basement. Be certain attic soffit vents, gable end vents, and ridge vents are unobstructed by insulation and/or contents. Attics are not meant to be used...

Water Damage and Plants

Gardening can be a a pleasure, especially after a long winter. Thoughtful planning in horticultural pursuits will prevent water damage and ancillary building systems damage. Landscaping Network advocates caution in planting and pruning plants with runners so they do not penetrate the building envelope or invade...

Prevent Water Damage & Mold Growth

Routine maintenance inspections are the single most crucial element in preventing water damage and mold growth. Look for condensation and wet spots from the attic to the basement. Maintain living areas; clean kitchens and bathrooms regularly, do not allow unused organic materials to accumulate and dispose of...