Author: Rainmaker

Understanding the Risks of Radon

Radon is a cancer-causing soil gas that can seep into your home through foundation cracks, seams, and gaps in the sump pump or drainage system. Radon is colorless, odorless and radioactive. It occurs naturally in all soil types from decaying uranium in the soil. Because you can’t smell, see, or taste radon, the only way…

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6 Tips for Healthy Below-Grade Spaces

The trick to healthy below-grade spaces is keeping the area dry and free from mold—or anything that may be a food source for mold. Jeffrey C. May, owner, of May Indoor Air Investigations, LLC., in Tyngboro, MA, agrees with the EPA and the Basement Health Association of how to keep a safe, dry and healthy…

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Negative Effects on Hardwood Floors

The Basement’s or Crawlspace’s Negative Effects on Hardwood Floors purchases thoughcredit repair advice High humidity levels in basements and crawlspaces may be damaging your hardwood floors. If you haven’t had a flood and can’t identify a leak dripping onto your hardwood floors, but you still have hardwood floor damage it is most likely moisture problems…

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