Q: My home was built after the cutoff date, there is no way there is asbestos, right ? A: Incorrect, many materials already contain asbestos
Asbestos is regulated by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Local, state, and federal regulations regarding the same handling of asbestos containing
Why Restoration Companies should not self-test for Asbestos As the general contractor for property loss insurance claims, restoration companies are a wheel-house for renovation and
Nature has supplied Earth with thousands of types of fungi in order to break down (or decompose) organic material to its basic carbon form. This contributes to the carbon cycle and since carbon is a main component of biological compounds, mold activity is essential to Earth’s ability to sustain life. Mold does its job well, but unfortunately it continues to work even when we don’t want it too. This can mean big and expensive problems when it affects our homes and our health.
Denver, CO. Thursday, June 4, 2015 – When you’re operating on survival mode, life’s basic needs become secondary. To Denver’s ever-growing homeless population, a simple thing like owning a pair of clean new underwear is luxury, seldom enjoyed.
Through the Eyes of an Inspector: How Contractors can Successfully Pass Mold Clearances Regardless of the year of your home, it’s important to know the