Mold 101: A Simple Guide for Keeping Your Home Fungus-Free

Posted on April 12, 2024 by in Mold | Comments (0)

So, you’ve noticed some fuzzy stuff creeping up your walls, huh? Yeah, that’s mold – the uninvited guest that nobody wants. But don’t sweat it! Understanding mold, how to prevent it, and what to do if it shows up can save you from a headache. Let’s dive into the basics in this beginner-friendly guide. What’s
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trailer filled with yellow asbestos bags that have been goosenecked with duck tape

What happens to asbestos after it leaves your home? 

Posted on March 27, 2024 by in Asbestos | Comments (0)

Have you ever wondered what happens to asbestos when it leaves your home? We are held to some pretty strict guidelines to ensure that the waste is dealt with in a safe and contained manner.   It all starts with how we bag up and seal your asbestos-containing waste. Every bag is double-bagged which is a
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Linoleum Flooring: Navigating Concerns about Asbestos

Posted on March 05, 2024 by in Asbestos | Comments (0)

In the world of interior design and home renovation, flooring plays a pivotal role in both functionality and aesthetics. Linoleum flooring stands out for its durability, versatility, and eco-friendliness, making it a popular choice for most. However, concerns about asbestos content in older linoleum flooring have emerged, raising questions about health risks. In this blog
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Does All Vermiculite Insulation Contain Asbestos?

Posted on February 14, 2024 by in Asbestos | Comments (0)

No, not all vermiculite insulation contains asbestos. However, there is a significant geographical context to consider regarding vermiculite insulation and asbestos contamination that must be considered when determining the likelihood of contamination in your vermiculite. Most vermiculite insulation sold in the United States and Canada from the 1940s to the 1990s came from the Libby
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Popcorn Ceilings: Not Your Average Movie Snack!

Posted on February 07, 2024 by in Asbestos | Comments (0)

Movie snack? ….not quite…. but stay with me… Now that I have your undivided attention, let’s get to the task at hand here; Popcorn ceilings, once a popular interior design choice, have been a staple in many homes since the mid-20th century. Popcorn ceilings are known for their ability to conceal imperfections and reduce echoes,
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Understanding Asbestos Containing Insulation

Posted on January 10, 2024 by in Asbestos | Comments (0)

Understanding asbestos containing insulation is important for any homeowner, as it was once a key component of insulation materials in the home due to its fire-resistant properties. While asbestos use in insulation has stopped over the years due to its health hazards, some older structures may still have asbestos-containing insulation. In this blog post, we’ll
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Asbestos in Drywall Mud or Joint Compound

Posted on December 20, 2023 by in Asbestos | Comments (0)

When it comes to home construction and renovation, the presence of asbestos has been a concerning issue for decades. While many people are aware of asbestos in insulation or older flooring materials, there’s another hidden culprit often overlooked: drywall joint compound. This seemingly innocuous material has historically contained asbestos, posing potential health risks for homeowners
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The Natural Origin of Asbestos

Posted on December 12, 2023 by in Asbestos | Comments (0)

Asbestos, a term that invokes caution and concern due to its known health risks, is often associated with man-made products and its adverse effects on human health. However, the story of asbestos is not solely confined to its industrial use; it originates from nature itself. Contrary to popular belief, asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral found in the earth’s crust, comprising various silicate minerals that form thin, fibrous crystals. Understanding its natural origin helps shed light on its presence and potential hazards.

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