The Unseen and Unwanted Passenger: In-Car Air Pollution

Category: Uncategorized • November 20, 2020

Your car likely absorbs a fair amount of your attention. From washing the exterior to checking brake pads, finding out why the check engine light is on again, or simply gassing up, we all spend plenty of time in and around our cars. But how much attention do we pay to the air that’s inside of there? Particularly if you...


Blood, Sweat, and … Bacteria?: The Importance of Sanitizing Your Home Gym

Category: Uncategorized • November 7, 2020

Your home gym may have helped you stay sane while quarantined. After all, with limited ability to move around or interact with others, working out is proven to be an efficient and effective means of working off extra energy. Then again, maybe it didn’t quite suit your fancy. In any case, regardless of whether you actually step foot into your...


The Risks and Reality of Reopening: How COVID-19 May Have Caused Mold Growth

Category: News and Updates • September 29, 2020

As the summer season slides quietly into fall, it’s hard to believe that COVID-19 closures first went into effect nearly six months ago. And for some, those closures are only now reaching their end, meaning certain office spaces, restaurants, rental properties, and more have been left devoid of activity or air circulation for half a year. The problem? The risk...


Autumn & Allergies: Prepping Your Home For The Turn Of The Seasons

Category: News and Updates • September 17, 2020

With the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reporting that approximately 19.2 million adults and 5.2 million children were diagnosed with hay fever in the last 12 months, it would be of little surprise should you or a loved one start to sneeze and sniffle with the turn of the season. Luckily, prepping your home for fall doesn’t have to be...


Is It Mold?: Ways To Identify Whether Or Not You Have Mold Growth

Category: News and Updates • August 25, 2020

As dramatic as it may sound, it can certainly be a heart-lurching moment to round a corner or look up and be met with the looming presence of an otherwise dark and misshapen figure. And no, we’re not talking about pranks or horror movies — we’re talking about the equally-dreaded villain that is mold. But as you edge closer with...