While some molds can be removed using bleach or cleaning products, mold that has been set into porous and carbon-containing materials such as drywall, carpeting, and wood must be remediated by an expert. While wiping the top layer of mold away makes the surface look safe, the mold’s thread-like cells – known as hyphae – are still rooted within the material, leading to resurfacing of the mold. In this case, hiring an abatement team is your best option. To understand the subsequent steps, let’s review what to expect during the mold remediation process. [Read more…] about What to Expect During the Mold Remediation Process
When you’re gearing up to sell your home, it can be a busy and nerve-wracking time. Not only do you need to pack up years of accumulated possessions and deal with the logistics of your new home, but you also have to get your old home ready for sale. Finding and fixings all the little problems, dings, and scratches are one thing, but it can be terrifying to find a major issue in your home. This article looks at what to do when you discover mold in the home selling process, and what you need to do about it before selling. [Read more…] about Can You Sell a Home Containing Mold?