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When Mold Allergies Attack

Did you know that mold allergies peak in July and August? If you are still suffering from allergy symptoms, it may not be pollen - it could be mold. To find out if your suffering is caused by indoor mold, start with an indoor air quality test. This can determine if there are elevated mold spores in your home or business, and if further testing for mold needs to be done to pinpoint its whereabouts. For more information, check out this info-graphic and read about Mold Allergy Symptoms. Allergic to mold.
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Avoid These 3 Hidden DIY Renovation Mistakes

Longer days and extra daylight make summer an ideal time to tackle home improvement projects. But don’t allow the lazy, hazy days of summer blind you to the potential environmental hazards that turn up during do-it-yourself renovations. So, whether you are painting the house, updating a kitchen, or redecorating the kids’ rooms while they are away at camp, take heed. Here’s our “Watch Out” list:

1. Watch Out When Sanding or Disrupting Painted Surfaces

If you live in a home built prior to 1978, paint containing lead can be anywhere. Before Lead Paint Testing more

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