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Mold and Pets: Knowledge, Prevention & Care

by Resto Pros on December 1, 2017

When mold infiltrates a home it can be unforgiving. It is especially difficult for those homeowners with pets. Pets are constantly playing in mud and dirt; after playing outside they can track in wet organic material. Sometimes this can lead to a mold outbreak. Damp paws and fur and bacteria-carrying mud can infiltrate carpets, fabric […]

5 Common Household Items that Can Expire

by Resto Pros on November 23, 2017

Everyone knows their food products have expiration dates and when to dispose of them. Besides the expiration date, it’s easy to identify if your food has gone bad. Seeing mold on your cheese or smelling a foul odor on your meat are sure signs to throw them away. However, do you know when other household […]

Keep your Thanksgiving Turkey Fresh (and Mold Free!)

by Resto Pros on November 16, 2017

Thanksgiving is ready to fill the house with family – stomachs full of food! The holiday revolves around reflection of what we are most thankful for – as well as celebrating the harvest (a.k.a feasting on favorite dishes). The centerpiece of many meals this holiday will be the turkey, a choice both nostalgic and traditional. […]

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Black Mold: What Is It & How Does It Affect Your Home & Health?

by Resto Pros on November 10, 2017

Black mold is a common industry term used by experts in the field and, more recently, by concerned homeowners. The name sounds threatening, like something you would hear in a horror movie. ‘Everyone get out of the theater! The black mold is coming!’ It has been the subject of erroneous internet rumors, backed by misinformation […]

10 Warning Signs of Mattress Mold

by Resto Pros on November 3, 2017

A large part of your life is spent on a mattress. After all, it is an object that is meant for both health and comfort. Unfortunately, mold does not care about either of those things, and will gladly invite itself to your bed. In Dallas/Fort Worth, rapidly changing weather conditions can heighten the chances of […]

The Importance of Fixing Water Problems

by Resto Pros on October 26, 2017

When it comes to owning your Dallas/Ft. Worth home, there are few problems that can escalate faster than that of a water problem. What might seem like a simple leaky faucet could be the beginning of a very costly pipe repair if not tended to with the utmost urgency. Things like weather, broken pipes, or […]

Dallas/Ft. Worth Events for Halloween

by RestoPros on October 20, 2017

Halloween in Dallas/Ft. Worth means much more than just one night of neighborhood trick-or-treating. It’s an entire month of fun and scary events throughout the metroplex – for kids, adults and families. Concerts, movies, pub crawls and safe trick-or-treating sites are just a few of the many options around town. Halloween also happens to be […]

Fall Mold Prevention Tools (for the Home Interior)

by RestoPros on October 13, 2017

We’ve recently covered mold prevention for the home exterior – and home maintenance solutions that can help keep mold at bay. In the fall (and winter), there are several additional steps that you can take to ensure that your home interior stays mold and mildew-free. Fall and winter in Dallas/Ft. Worth can be difficult seasons […]

Jack-O-Lantern Safety

by RestoPros on October 6, 2017

The staff at RestoPros takes their Halloween festivities very seriously. The leaders in mold remediation are especially concerned with proper preparation, presentation and preservation of carved pumpkins; also referred to as Jack-o-lanterns. These Halloween décor staples are part of a long and storied tradition that continues to well into our high-tech age of inflatable spooks […]

National Preparedness Month: Floods

by RestoPros on September 28, 2017

While our neighbors in Houston continue to recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey, we reflect on the ways we can protect ourselves from similar disasters. September is National Preparedness Month, which encourages every household in America to develop an emergency plan in the event of a disaster. Though Dallas is not in imminent […]