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5 Tips to Avoid Garage Mold

by Resto Pros on April 6, 2018

Mold is always looking for a place to grow, and your garage may be its potential new home. Garages are usually dark and warm, which are two of the three required conditions for mold growth. The last requirement is humidity, which is unfortunate as garages tend to also be exposed to outdoor weather conditions. Since […]

How to Clean Mold in Your Fridge

by Resto Pros on March 28, 2018

We’ve all had to dispose of moldy food before, but mold in your fridge is not as common. Mold infesting the walls or shelves of a refrigerator is never a pleasant experience, and removing it requires a different approach than simply tossing out bad food. Fortunately, cleaning mold in your fridge is fairly straightforward – […]

Rain Leakage Protection for Your Home

by Resto Pros on March 23, 2018

With spring approaching, along comes increasing chances of severe storms and heavy rain in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Although the intensified precipitation seems like a welcome change from the bitter cold, the associated rain leakage can be a detrimental issue, leading to the likelihood of water damage and mold. Without rain leakage protection, you may […]

6 Spring Cleaning Tips for a Mold-Free Home

by Resto Pros on March 15, 2018

As we begin the joyous season that is spring, thoughts turn to the spring cleaning process. While it’s an ideal time to freshen up the home for the summer, it is also a good time to take preventative measures to fight mold. Spring cleaning is the perfect vehicle to clean and protect critical areas of […]

Stopping Lawn Fungus: Keeping Your Lawn Green for Spring

by Resto Pros on March 8, 2018

Mold isn’t the only type of fungus that can damage your home. In fact, your lawn is vulnerable to another family of fungus, known as lawn fungus. Although the name is somewhat generic, lawn fungus is a real danger to your lawn, as its effects could ruin large areas of your grass. Instead of losing […]

5 Unexpected Areas for Mold Growth

by Resto Pros on March 2, 2018

Mold infestation is sometimes unpredictable and can flourish in seemingly unexpected areas. Although Dallas/Ft. Worth homeowners should know mold tends to grow in attics, bathrooms, and drywall, you should also be aware of the more surprising locations. From the mold experts at RestoPros, here are 5 unexpected areas for mold growth. A/C Vents Ventilation is […]

Fight the Mold With These Mold Prevention Products!

8 Best Mold Prevention Products for Your Home

by Resto Pros on February 22, 2018

Preventing mold growth in your home is more of a holistic endeavor and not something that can be achieved by simply cleaning an outbreak with paper towels and soap. Although you may seemingly wipe away the area to prevent initial mold growth, spores can still thrive and begin ravaging your home. Instead of using up […]

Mold Allergy Prevention: Protecting Your Home and Household

by Resto Pros on February 16, 2018

Feel like you’re sneezing more than usual? Coughing in the middle of the night? The cause may be more than the weather! If you are looking for one more reason to hate mold, you’ve come to the right place. Mold growth does more than damage your home – it can greatly compromise your health. What […]

5 Signs You Need New Carpet

by Resto Pros on February 9, 2018

You always want the best for your home, and sometimes that means replacing your old carpet. Regardless of how much you clean and maintain it, your carpet will eventually reach the end of its usefulness. However, with carpet, it isn’t always immediately evident when this has occurred. Sometimes an older carpet might not exhibit any […]

Don’t Let Water Damage Break Your Heart (This Valentine’s Day)

by Resto Pros on February 2, 2018

Water damage can be a serious problem for Dallas/Ft. Worth homeowners, and with Valentine’s Day right around the corner, it’s last thing you want to see. Even though our winters are relatively mild, freezing temperatures are still an occurrence. Having your pipes freeze can cause them to crack and burst – and the occasional ice […]