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More stories about Mold

  • Working With Roxul Insulation

    Choosing insulation for a high-performance home in Northern Vermont requires thought and care. The right choice can make a huge difference in both comfort and cost efficiency.

  • PVC Ceiling

    Zip-Up Ceiling offers a quick way to finish a basement ceiling: Install trim around the perimeter, then infill with paintable PVC panels and hidden rails that can be unzipped later for cleaning and overhead access.

  • Venting the Crawlspace

    Most crawlspaces are vented to the outdoors, but encapsulating the crawlspace has gained favor among builders of green and energy-efficient homes. But what do you do about the air down there?

  • Damage From Roof Moss

    That green growth on your roof might be causing expensive damage to many parts of your home.

  • Bad Odor in HVAC System

    That bad smell coming from your customer's A/C might be from construction dust that got onto the coils and condensate pan.

  • Mold Problem Dogs Jersey Shore

    Soaked by Sandy, houses on the New Jersey shore show the effects of saturation — and, in some cases, ineffective cleaning and repair.

  • Worries About Mold in Flooded Homes on Staten Island

    Staten Island residents trying to repair their homes say mold is thriving in neighboring houses abandoned after Sandy.

  • Drying Wet Framing

    In tight houses, make sure the frame is dry before closing up the walls

  • Respond & Rebuild: Volunteers Tackle Mold in the Rockaways

    A grassroots volunteer group called Respond & Rebuild has made mold its top priority, and they’re attacking it with a basic arsenal: wire brushes, detergent, and elbow grease.

  • Solid Surfacing

    DuPont. The Corian Terra collection of solid surfaces, made with recycled materials, now includes 33 colors; five colors have at least 20% pre-consumer recycled resin content as certified by SCS.