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Mold can wreak havoc on your health and your home. A few health problems include asthma, chronic fatigue, headaches and body pains. Structural problems may include weakened beams, rotting floors and bowed walls. Mold can be difficult to detect. In fact, you may have a...
Sarah and her family just inherited her mother's home. She and her family decided to leave their rental and move right in. The move went smoothly and they have now been living in the home for a few months. One morning, while enjoying her first cup of coffee, Sarah ran...
Winter is fast approaching. We close up our homes and seal up our windows against the chilly drafts that attempt to creep in. We may be staying warm but now we have another concern. This new concern is air quality. The air quality in our home is imperative to our...
Mold can be found anywhere in the world and in Southern Colorado it can be persistent and damaging to our home and the health of our family.
If you are selling a home that has suspect asbestos in southern Colorado it is important to have testing done to ensure integrity of the sale.
Asbestos testing needs to be performed in any part of the state of Colorado per the state and federal laws, prior to demolition of home or office.
There are many ways mold affect children and pets health by causing many issues and can best be determined by mold testing
Most people would think that the dry climate in Colorado does not grow mold in but the fact is that it is most likely man made and can be prevented.
Asbestos was used in multiple construction products prior to 1980, and is used today because of its fire-resistant and insulating qualities.