Category: Mold Removal South Florida

Mold in Air Ducts a Concern During Hot Weather

Extreme heat across the South Florida region has prompted many residents in locations across the region to seek the shelter and comfort of air conditioning. However, with heavy use of AC, people can experience mold growth within air ducts in homes, offices, stores and other locations. In places like Hollywood, Davie, Miami, Kendall, Boca Raton, Read More …

Return of Rainy Season Brings Increased Risk for Mold Issues

With many areas across the area finally receiving more regular rainfall, the chances for mold problems have gone up. In many locations, drier-than-normal conditions and infrequent precipitation events marked the start of this year’s rainy season. However, more rains can lead to roof leaks, water damage and flooding, all of which can lead to mold Read More …

Tropical Storms and Hurricanes can Lead to Mold Problems

With Hurricane Matthew possibly bearing down on South Florida, the potential threat of water damage that leads to mold issues looms large. Past hurricanes and tropical storms that have struck the South Florida area have caused mold infestations, from flooding as well as water infiltrating homes and other structures through roof leaks and poorly-sealed windows Read More …

Signs of Mold Infestation in Homes and Other Places

Mold infestations in one’s home or workplace can have severe effects on one’s health and quality of life. Given the wet weather and often humid conditions found in South Florida locations such as Miami, Hollywood, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale, mold problems commonly occur in houses, condominiums, apartment buildings, restaurants, libraries and Read More …

Mold Issues at Medical Facilities in South Florida can Put Patients’ Health at Risk

For millions of people across the country, including thousands in South Florida, visits to medical facilities like dialysis centers, outpatient surgical centers, physical therapy clinics and the like have become commonplace and essential to their ability to function and live productive lives. However, when mold problems arise at such locations, they can compromise the health Read More …

Flooding After Tropical Storms Can Lead to Mold Problems

With the Atlantic hurricane season underway, a tropical depression has formed in the Gulf of Mexico that may bring wet weather, and potentially mold and other problems, to the Sunshine State. The storm, currently called Tropical Depression Three and which could become Tropical Storm Colin, may deliver torrential rainfall to parts of the state. Heavy Read More …

Mold Problems Can Put Health of Tenants at Risk

A recent story out of Jacksonville of an apartment complex plagued by mold highlights the responsibility of landlords to provide tenants with sanitary living conditions and the importance of mold removal south florida companies in cleaning up mold in apartment buildings, condominiums, houses and other structures. The tenants of Eureka Garden, an apartment complex in Read More …