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Reopening and Reoccupying: Your Post-COVID-19 Checklist For A Healthy Building

Category: News and Updates • April 26, 2021

Between the distribution of vaccines, the slowly declining infection rate of COVID-19, and a general sense of positivity within the community, we’re grateful to say it appears as though we may be reaching the once-distant light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. And what that might mean for you? A return to your place of work. But particularly if...

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Reacting to Rental Mold: What Are Your Options As A Tenant?

Category: News and Updates • April 5, 2021

Come time to sign your lease and move into your new home, apartment, or other rental property, it goes without saying that you only hope for the best. So, what happens when you move in and the conditions are, well, less than ideal? If you find lingering mold and mildew within the hidden crevices of your new unit, it’s important...

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The Top 10 Places Mold May Be Hiding In Your Property

Category: News and Updates • March 24, 2021

So, it’s time to say hello to spring cleaning! Yes… again. And while you get ready to once more pull out the disinfectant wipes, re-organize your drawers, and clean out the fridge, we’re going to cut to the chase: Don’t forget to search for hidden mold while you’re tackling the house from floor to ceiling! Specifically, here’s where you may...

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Just Keep Swimming: How To Move Forward When Flooding Impacts Asbestos Materials

Category: News and Updates • February 23, 2021

When your property is overtaken by water, you may be overtaken by feelings of being overwhelmed — which is entirely understandable. Of course, as with anything else in life that throws you for a loop, you’ll want to take a step back and tackle a list of actionable items that thoroughly encompass both your health and safety. As such, don’t...

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A Question of Causation: Sick Building Syndrome

Category: News and Updates • December 18, 2020

Did you know that indoor air quality problems cost the U.S. economy approximately $168 billion annually, as reported by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA)? And while that tidbit may be concerning in and of itself, it only begs the question — what is the source of such financial strain on the individual property owner on such a regular...

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