Best tips for removing mold, mildew

Published On: Apr 01 2013 12:14:55 PM EDT
Updated On: Apr 15 2013 12:00:15 PM EDT
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By Chaya Kurtz, Networx

From mildew on shower grout to whole house mold problems caused by water damage, we've published some very helpful articles on preventing and removing mold from your house. Learn how to solve the problem at its root, and why mold removal is important for your health.

A Green Contractor Talks About Bathroom Mold: A contractor in Atlanta helps readers to prevent and treat bathroom mold. His tactics include starving the mold and keeping the bathroom dry. You can treat bathroom mold without the use of harsh chemicals, according to this ecologically-friendly contractor.

Mold and Water Damage Remediation: How to fix mold problems at their roots. Most mold problems are caused by leaks or structural issues in the house. This article explains why you can't do mold remediation without fixing the problem's root first.

Prevent Mold with Paperless Drywall: Tips from a drywall installer for installing mold-resistant drywall. Paperless drywall is more mold-resistant than regular drywall. If you have to replace or install drywall, this article makes a good case for mold-resistant paperless drywall.

4 Reasons Why Your Damp House is Wrecking Your Health: Mold experts discuss the health effects of mold growth in the house. A damp house can be an invitation for pests, dust mites, and mold. Learn the adverse health effects of dampness and mold in the house.

Start Cleaning Shower Grout More Easily: Believe it or not, regrouting might be necessary if you can't get your grout clean. A tile contractor talks about techniques for getting the brown off your tile grout.

Source: http://www.networx.com/article/best-tips-for-removing-mold-and-mildew

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