If your home has a mold issue, the first step you should take involves calling a mold remediation professional. Once you've secured and scheduled an appointment with a contractor for your mold removal needs, there are still steps that you can take in order to help protect you and your family from the harmful effects of living with mold growing in your home.
Seek Medical Help
Medical problems related to mold may not be immediately obvious.
Boxed pools - the pools you pick up in your local department store and set up yourself - are lots of fun. However, they can lead to disaster if you don't set them up properly or if you set them up in the wrong place. This is especially true if you have a septic system.
You may not know it, but your septic system snakes under a large portion of your yard.
The end of the year is almost here and it's time to make resolutions. Many homeowners are resolving to make their homes safer in 2015. Follow these tips to protect your property and the people living in your home.
Test Your Smoke Alarms
Make a resolution to test your smoke alarms on a regular basis. The National Fire Protection Association recommends that you test your smoke alarms at least once per month.