What You Should Know About Toxic Black Mold In Your Garage

If your garage smells musty and moldy, contact mold remediation contractors right away. Those unpleasant scents may indicate that you have a very dangerous black mold called Aspergillus niger growing in your garage. Aspergillus niger can create mycotoxins in the garage that place you at risk for severe immune, lung and skin conditions, diseases and illnesses. If you're exposed to mycotoxins and have a compromised immune system, you may develop nosebleeds, breathing problems and a host of other issues. [Read More]

3 Indicators That Your Well Pump Needs to Be Repaired or Replaced

If your home solely depends on a private well for its water supply, then you have to be ready to tackle any problems that occur (well, maybe not you). When you start having problems with your well water system, the submersible well pump may be the problem. However, there are a couple of other things to check as well. Here are the possible culprits of three well pump problems: 1. There Is No Water. [Read More]

Three Synthetic Roofing Materials For A Different Look When Replacing Asphalt Shingles

Today, there are many different types of roofing products that can be used on your roof replacement. You can choose from different types of composite shingles, as well as synthetic materials to give your home the look of natural materials without the hassle. If you want to use synthetic roofing products for your roof replacement, here are some choices you may want to consider for your home: 1. Synthetic Rubber Slate Shingles For A Stone Look [Read More]

Answering Common Questions Concerning Glass Repair After Etched Graffiti Damage

Businesses are infamous for boasting large glass windows and doors so onlookers can clearly see what they could have inside of the store. Even though this marketing tactic is effective, it also leaves your store vulnerable to a relatively new form of graffiti tagging known as etched graffiti. Unlike spray painted symbols and words that can usually be removed with a good scraper, etched graffiti will leave an indentation in the glass that must be repaired. [Read More]