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4 Tips to Avoid Mold this Summer

by Resto Pros on June 5, 2020

Things are a little different this summer. You’re not just worried about beating the heat. You’re also thinking about how to reduce the spread of germs. Even the slightest sniffle can make your heart race. You can save your heart the trouble by eliminating any possible allergens in your home, including mold. Here are 4 […]

The Best Indoor Plants for Mold Prevention

by Resto Pros on May 22, 2020

Nothing livens up your indoor space more than getting some houseplants—and actually keeping them alive. That’s why you’re on the prowl for the best houseplants right now: You want to know which ones will look great, offer the best indoor air quality, and stay alive with minimal effort on your part. But did you know […]

ips to Lower Indoor Humidity to Prevent Mold

5 Tips to Lower Indoor Humidity to Prevent Mold

by Resto Pros on May 15, 2020

Mold loves moisture. Humidity, then, is like a welcome mat for this dangerous organism. Conversely, controlling or even eliminating your indoor humidity can keep mold at bay, but how, in the hotter seasons, is it possible to do so? Here are 5 tips to lower indoor humidity to prevent mold.   1.    Avoid Cooking During […]

Long-Term Health Effects of Mold Exposure

Long-Term Health Effects of Mold Exposure

by Resto Pros on May 8, 2020

You know that being around mold isn’t good for you, but you’re not really sure what will happen if you endure mold exposure. If anything, you’re probably more familiar with the short-term effects of mold, typical allergy symptoms like watery eyes and wheezing. However, the longer you experience mold exposure, the more severe your symptoms […]

Life After Mold: Cleaning Up After Mold Exposure and Future Mold Prevention

by Resto Pros on May 1, 2020

Mold can lead to vicious allergies and respiratory issues. Cleaning up after you’ve discovered mold can be dangerous to your health for that very reason. It’s important to know how to properly clean up and dispose of mold so you can get back to your normal life. Starting your life after mold also involves taking […]

How Does Mold Affect My Pet?

by Resto Pros on April 24, 2020

You know that mold can have negative side effects in your body, and maybe by now, you know what side effects to be looking for. But do your pets experience the same symptoms? If not, what symptoms should you be looking for in your pets to ensure that they’re staying healthy and that your home […]

How NOT to Flood Your Basement

How NOT to Flood Your Basement

by Resto Pros on April 17, 2020

  The countless hours and probably thousands of dollars we pour into our basements to transform them into anything other than a concrete dungeon isn’t anything to scoff at. The last thing that you’d want is for a flash flood or cracked sewage line to find its way into your furnished basement, turning it into […]

How to Weatherproof Your Home to Prevent Mold

by Resto Pros on April 10, 2020

Nobody likes to have mold in their house. And even more, nobody likes to clean mold out of their house. Aside from the health risks and negative air quality, the sight and smell aren’t pleasant to experience, it’s just gross. Although cleaning mold out of the home is a chore, preventing it in the first […]

4 Ways to Protect Your Pets Against Mold

by Resto Pros on April 3, 2020

  You love and want to protect your pets from mold, and with 70% of the US owning more than 150 million cats and dogs (not even counting the other animals), it’s no secret as to why. Understandably, we want to keep them happy and healthy for a whole host of reasons. Even if we […]

What to Do Immediately After Fire Damage

What to Do Immediately After Fire Damage

by Resto Pros on March 27, 2020

Knowing what to do before a fire is already complicated enough. Handling things during and much less after a fire even more so. These aren’t events that a lot of us will have to deal with in our lifetimes. And although the severity and devastation vary from case to case, it’s obviously never a pleasant […]