There are no conclusive studies that show mold has a direct impact on human pregnancy, but we do know is that there is a population of people who are sensitive to mold and will get sick if exposed to it.
Mosquitoes are lurking under leaves, mulch, eaves, and other damp, shady places, just waiting for you to disturb their habitat so they can come out for a meal. So logically, going inside your home seems to be the best remedy if you don’t have to be outside. Then there is also the added bonus of avoiding the summer heat if you stay inside. Sounds like the perfect solution, right?
Spring Cleaning Makes Mold Spores and Dander Airborne: When Cleaning Makes You Sick By: Beth Jarrett Now that it’s warm outside it is time to put up the winter clothes and pull out the mop and broom. Spring is here and that means spring cleaning, As good as the final results might be, there are […]
Mold remediation can be a very expensive and time-consuming process for homeowners. The combination of...