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More than 100,000 species of mold exist.  Mold spores are everywhere and most of us live with it without problem.  However, prolonged exposure can make any one feel the effects.  Elderly people and those with a compromised immune system are especially at risk. Health problems including allergies and respiratory illness can be among the effects. 

Winter came a bit later than normal for us in Colorado but it’s here now and it looks like it may be a cold one.  Here is a checklist of things you really should do to winterize your home: Get Your Heating System Serviced – Before cranking up the heat, hire a technician to inspect

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has designated January National Radon Action Month. This month, everyone is encouraged to increase their awareness of Radon poisoning and take steps to reduce the Radon levels in their homes. Colorado is one of the hot spots for radon gas and everyone who owns a home or lives in Colorado

September is National Preparedness Month sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This year’s NPM theme – “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.” – focuses on planning for emergencies such as fires, flooding, power outages, and earthquakes. Aside from the natural disasters there are other disasters on a more local nature that we can

At some point in time nearly all homeowners will require the help of a damage restoration company. Fires, floods, sever storms happen but more likely are the routine isolated disasters, frozen pipes, busted water heaters. At some point in your life you will experience this and need the help of a damage restoration company. When

In early March we were called to clean up fire damage at a house fire in Thornton. Soot damage, smoke damage and smoke smell were pervasive throughout the house. Contents were damaged and contaminated and the structure itself needed a thorough assessment, damage remediation and some controlled and contained demolition. The fire originated in a