1. How Mold Can Form in Your House

    In the shower, the sink drain, or the cupboard, mold is a common companion in most of our lives and homes — if only noticeable on our bread and cheese. However, you may not even realize just how much mold you are really surrounded by. What is more, not all mold is benign; some molds have negative health impacts on you and your family — especially on people with allergies. It can require specia…Read More

  2. What Is Radon and Why Is It Harmful?

    Radon is a colorless, odorless noble gas that occurs naturally as certain radioactive compounds decay. There is a strong connection between exposure to radon and lung cancer. In fact, according to the EPA, radon is the second most frequent cause of lung cancer after smoking. Radon can accumulate in your home — most commonly in basements, crawl spaces, and other poorly ventilated places — putti…Read More

  3. Uncommon Things You Should Be Aware Of As A Homeowner

    Owning a home is an amazing experience. Not only do you feel incredibly accomplished, but you finally have a place that you can truly make your own. Many people already know the benefits of owning your own home. You get to make any additions or subtractions that you’d like, you have complete freedom to design it as you wish, and you can finally do things like outdoor parties in your very own bac…Read More