Ahhhh, spring! The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming and the sun is shining! Unfortunately, spring can also bring optimum conditions for mold growth. But not to worry! Break the Mold has effective, comprehensive solutions for seasonal mold issues in your home. What causes spring mold, and how can homeowners address it? Very simply, those rising temperatures that boost our […]
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Picture this: School is out, work hours have relaxed and it’s time to pick up for vacation. You—and maybe your family or friends—pile into the car, chasing the long daylight hours and relaxation. Maybe you head to the shore to sink your toes into the sand, body surf and spend evenings with a bonfire. Or, […]
This time it set a new record high-water mark. According to measurements taken by the National Weather Service, the Kalamazoo River began to swell the night of Saturday, February 23, 2018, and continued into early the next morning. It reached 11.69 feet at 1:30 a.m. Sunday, the highest the river has been since it crested at 11.53 feet late Friday, February 22, 2018. […]
Mold Remediation & Mold Removal Services Find Mold Remediation & Mold Removal Services in Grand Rapids MI. Some types of molds are dangerous to your health. Mold also causes damage to structures that it grows on. This is because mold penetrates porous surfaces and causes deeper damage. Hiring a professional mold remediation and removal service will ensure that your home or business […]
Summertime summertime sum sum summertime…. What did you do while on summer vacation? Go to the beach, take a trip, go camping, go to Cedar Point? Well, the Mold Guy went up into people’s attics. The temperatures outside this summer were in the 80s and 90s. Add 20° to 60° to that and you’ve got the attic’s temperature. That means it could be 140° or more up there. That is for a typical attic space here in Michigan. And on […]
As spring approaches, so too does ‘Allergy Season’. While this should be a time to reconnect with the great outdoors, frolic in the fields and sing along with the songbirds, many of us find ourselves hidden away indoors, plagued with the sneezes and sniffles spring brings. Many of us find that as winter gives way […]