You are probably familiar with a type of fungi called mold. Reproduced by microscopic spores, mold can be found both outdoors and indoors, especially in places that are warm, damp, or moist. Some of the most common types of mold that is found indoors include Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Stachybotrys, which is commonly known as black mold. When mold is detected inside the home, mold removal is very important as it can produce mycotoxins, which can pose a serious health risk. [Read More]
Making Sure Your Plumbing Is Ready For Winter: Tips For You
When you are going about your daily life, the change of the seasons can all of a sudden sneak up on you and surprise you. However, if you are a homeowner, you never want to find yourself unprepared for a seasonal change. If you are wondering what you can do to ensure that your home is ready for winter, you may want to start going through your house one area or system at a time. [Read More]
Have A Bee Problem In Your Trees? What To Know
If the trees around your property have some tree cavities and there are bees that have burrowed inside, you'll want to take care of the problem fast. Not only do you not want bees around the home because they can sting and cause other annoyances, but they can also start to do significant damage to the trees. Here are a few of the experts you want to call as soon as you find the bees and notice they are living inside the tree. [Read More]
Why Are There Fuzzy White Spots On Your Tree's Leaves?
Are you noticing small, white, slightly fuzzy spots on the undersides of your tree's leaves? Chances are, you're dealing with a case of downy leaf spot. The good news is that in terms of fungal diseases that trees can develop, this is a pretty minor one. The bad news is that because downy leaf spot can weaken the tree and leave it susceptible to other, possibly deadly diseases, you do have to take action and treat it. [Read More]