Back to Basics: What is Asbestos?

Category: News,News and Updates • December 22, 2022

Perhaps you need a little refresher on the dangers of asbestos, or perhaps you’re a new homeowner looking for an easy introduction to the matter. In either case, we want to ensure you’re properly empowered with accurate information — and that’s why we’re here today to break down the basics of asbestos and asbestos-containing materials. To find out more about...


3 Factors Contributing to Winter Mold Growth

Category: News,News and Updates • December 6, 2022

Winter brings relief. Relief from the constant Florida heat, relief from constant work during holiday breaks, and relief afforded by the end of another year. But… does it provide relief from mold growth? Well, not quite. In fact, mold only needs the three following things to keep growing throughout the Florida winter: #1 — Moisture So long as adequate moisture...


A Leading Cause of Concern and Contamination: Lead

Category: News,News and Updates • December 3, 2022

We’ve spoken at length about the dangers posed by two of the most common household contaminants, mold and asbestos, but we have yet to dive into the deep waters of hazardous lead. That’s why we wanted to take a moment to address this particular material. With extensive exposure typically detected through blood testing methods, lead poses a health hazard to...


Mold Inspection 101: What They Are, When to Schedule One

Category: News,News and Updates • November 24, 2022

Little spores can quickly grow into a large problem as they negatively affect your health, eat away at surfaces within your home, and spread faster than you anticipate. Mold inspections, thankfully, help you to take back control of the situation by empowering you with knowledge. And if you’re wondering about the general ins and outs of this particular service, we’re...


Purchasing a New Property? Don’t Forget About Asbestos.

Category: News,News and Updates • November 7, 2022

When you’re scouring the market for a new property, it’s important to remain as informed as possible every step of the way. And that means you need to be in the know about asbestos, too. But how will you know if a prior asbestos survey has been conducted within your property of choice? Ideally, if the property is in Florida,...