Living in an apartment building comes with perks. But with so many people living in one place, accidents can happen that lead to mold contamination. For example, a rooftop pool can spring a slow leak that trickles down many stories, causing a major indoor mold infestation. Or a toilet or bathtub overflow in one apartment, and the apartments below wind up with water damage, especially if the flood is not quickly contained. Wet walls, ceilings and floors attract mold. And
Heavy rains can cause a flooded basement. Follow these tips to prevent mold growth in your home or business, and try to prevent black mold before it starts.
Cleaning up after a flood can be a monumental undertaking. Once you’ve finally got the floors and furniture dry, what should you do about preventing mold? Or if you’ve already got mold, what can you do? This blog addresses those questions and more.
Hurricane season is underway. If you are prepared, you may be able to minimize and even avoid flooding and damage to your home. Follow these expert tips, featured on Expert Beacon, from RTK’s ‘Weitz Advice’ on the dos and don’ts of Hurricane preparation