Picture this scenario: One of your neighbors in the building is doing some serious renovation to their unit just to update their place. Beyond all the hammers and nails that you hear from the opposite side of the wall, one thing that you cannot help but notice is that there have been some weird water marks appearing on your drywall. Now, those marks are being accompanied by a mold-like growth. As it turns out, when
5 Common Causes of Water Damage in Your House
Water damage in your home isn’t always easy to spot. Pipes and other plumbing components sometimes have small leaks that take a long time to notice, which means that your home is at risk of suffering serious water damage. Other causes are much easier to notice, such as when you have flooding. The following are some of the most common causes of water damage in homes. 1. Clogged Drains Clogged drains can lead to leaks
Though many homeowners may associate water damaged property with what occurs during and following severe weather and/or flooding, water damage can also originate within the home itself – especially in periods of cold weather. That’s because in periods of cold weather, it’s common for home water pipes to freeze – and when pipes freeze, the water expands, possibly resulting in a burst pipe. This, in turn, can result in widespread water damage and flooding within
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Mold in Your Apartment? Here’s What to do

Posted by Mike on January 6, 2018
Category: Prime mold blog
One of the nice things about renting – and not owning – property is that, as a tenant, you’re typically not on the hook for repairs or replacements if something like the HVAC system, dishwasher or hot water tank were to go out. But there’s obviously a whole lot more that can go wrong with a rental property, and one issue that apartment tenants may face is mold growth. This post will take a closer
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