University Study Links Mold and Depression

A 2007 study from Brown University has found a link between household toxic mold and depression.

Mold Drives Family from Home

ABC News coverage about a family in Michigan who lost their home due to toxic mold growth.

Is Mold Testing Necessary?

You may find yourself in any one of the following situations:   You have found what looks like mold but are not sure it really is mold.   You smell a musty smell but do not know where it is coming from.   You might be experiencing allergy-like symptoms that get better when you leave

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Can I Remove Mold Myself? When To Call A Mold Professional

Picture this:  Our inspector arrives at a home to perform a mold inspection and found the homeowner doing his own demolition work on moldy drywall…wearing nothing to protect himself.  Is that OK?  Some of you may be thinking…no big deal, while others of you are gasping at the thought of no protection equipment in dealing

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Finding a mold removal professional you can trust

So, you need to take care of that mold problem you have in your home.  Where do you start?  Bottom line…mold removal is expensive, so finding a professional you can trust is very important! Professional mold remediation and removal is a largely unregulated industry in our state, meaning that anybody can start a mold remediation

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Water Damage? What should I do?

In Grand Rapids, MI we had over four inches of rain within just a couple of days last week that certainly led to unforeseen water damage…but at least it wasn’t snow, right? Did you know that mold can start growing in as little as 48-72 hours from one single mold spore…and within one hour if

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