Air Testing Amidst COVID-19: Your Top 3 Questions Answered

Category: Uncategorized • February 21, 2022

Many waves have come and gone since 2020, during which we’ve all done our best to simply ride each one out. Thankfully, the ebbs and flows of the coronavirus pandemic have begun to mellow out. Thus, you may be wondering: Is air quality testing necessary now that COVID-19 has peaked? Our answer? Yes. In fact, air quality testing may be...


When You’re Seeking Asbestos Solutions In The South

Category: Uncategorized • October 28, 2021

Perhaps you’re ready to take down a wall in your home, or perhaps you found your commercial property flooded as a result of the latest tropical system. Regardless of how the damage occurred, one thing is for certain: the structural damage has compromised the integrity of the building, thereby potentially exposing you to degraded, friable asbestos. And if you live...


Monitoring Moisture: Where to Look for Hidden Water Damage

Category: News,Uncategorized • March 3, 2021

Pervasive in its presence and hazardous in its consequences, excessive moisture can not only damage your property and negatively impact your overall indoor air quality, but it can also cause continuous complications by way of mold growth. The trick, then, is knowing where to look. After all, not all areas of moisture or water damage are going to be sitting in plain sight....


The Truth About Mold Testing: Is All Mold Made Equal?

Category: Uncategorized • February 23, 2021

The moment you lay eyes on the formless mass of mold spores, there’s doubtlessly one question that first springs to mind: Is it black mold? Maybe, and maybe not. But at the end of the day, we want to encourage you to stop and consider your next move before you hastily rush to call in a mold testing company. After all,...


Is Asbestos Really Banned?

Category: Uncategorized • February 6, 2021

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “all types of asbestos cause lung cancer, mesothelioma, cancer of the larynx and ovary, and asbestosis,” making it a highly toxic chemical that negatively impacts tens of thousands of Americans every year. That being said, the dangers of asbestos exposure are common knowledge, so it may lead one to wonder: Is asbestos banned...