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The Top Causes of Mould Damage

Mould is present in a lot of air and surfaces, especially in spaces that are humid and damp. It causes a variety of health concerns, such as nasal stuffiness, throat irritation, coughing, wheezing, eye irritation, and more. Unfortunately, these conditions are worse for people who already have a[...]

Mould, Left Untreated, Brings Respiratory Infection

Most people don’t take notice of mould until it can no longer be ignored. That leads to some people having exposure to mould without the appropriate medical assistance. That being said, it’s rare for mould to cause people big problems—but it’s still important to know the signs of[...]

Proper Use of an Automated External Defibrillator

You’ve probably seen automated external defibrillators (AEDs) utilized in dramatic movie and television scenes where lives are saved. But these action-packed scenes rarely depict accurate emergency cardiac situations. AEDs are important tools that everyone should know how to use when providing[...]

What Happens When Structural Drying Falls Short?

The contractors have departed, the walls have been painted, the cushy couch has been moved back in, the ping pong table is newly poised for fierce competition. It’s wonderful to relax in the finished basement, pristine once again after the flood recovery. Just one question: were those studs[...]

When Should You Worry about Black Mould?

Black mould: these words provoke fear and anxiety for homeowners, but they shouldn’t. Knowing more about black mould helps you discern when you have a problem, how to battle it if necessary, and ultimately sleep well at night in a healthy home.   While black mould is less common than other[...]