Seven Signs You Have Deadly Black Mold (And What To Do About It)

Posted on: 11 May 2016

Mold spores travel through the air, land on surfaces, and that's where they grow.  Mold can be greenish, white, gray, brown, or black depending on the species. Not all black molds are toxic.  However, there is a species of mold, Stachybotrys atra, commonly called black mold, which is highly toxic. It is important to recognize the signs and symptoms of exposure to black mold because of its high toxicity and possibility of permanent health damage.
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Tracking Down Not-So-Obvious Signs Of Foundation Problems In A Home As A Buyer

Posted on: 25 April 2016

Buying a home could potentially be one of the biggest investments you ever make. Therefore, when you are in the shopping process, it will be important that you know about any flaws before you make an offer. Even though foundation problems can usually be fixed, this is definitely one problem that you will want to know about before taking on the financial responsibility of a new home. You may assume that foundation problems would be easy to finger, but that is not always the case.
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Want To Protect Your Construction Equipment Everywhere You Go? Three Portable Options That Work

Posted on: 6 April 2016

Moving construction trucks from work site to work site is a fairly common practice in your line of work. However, the equipment left out in the open is susceptible to theft, vandalism and bad weather, and that costs your company money to replace, clean, and fix. Instead, you could protect your equipment with some portable options like the ones listed below. Open Aluminum Carports Open aluminum carports are structures that have a wide aluminum canopy overhead and thick pole supports along the sides underneath.
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Carving Unique Features Into Your Granite Countertops: What These Features Are And Why You Would Request Them

Posted on: 30 March 2016

Granite countertops are the most prestigious of countertop surfaces because they are very expensive, and most people consider them quite beautiful too. However, it is difficult to care for them in ways that do not cause them the slightest damage, and it only takes one slip of the knife or one scalding pan set directly on the granite to ruin it. To counteract these incidents from occurring, new features have been developed and designed which carve out special and unique features in your granite countertops.
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