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The destruction from Hurricane Ian could top $65 billion. Home flooding and wind and water damage are just some problems you can't prevent when preparing for a hurricane. Thankfully, there are services you can hire to help with clean-up once a hurricane hits.

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Mold damage is a homeowner's worst enemy as it can spread quickly and silently, taking over your home without you even knowing it.

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You often hear of mold and mildew mentioned at the same time, and there’s a good reason for this: the two substances are often found together and have a lot in common. Both are a type of fungus that commonly grows in homes, particularly in places that are damp or wet from recent water damage.

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Toxic mold can be an extremely dangerous substance in your home, and it’s one that very regularly appears after flood damage.

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Mold anywhere in your house can have serious consequences. Mold spores can cause allergy flare-ups, asthma attacks, and even result in rotting or eating away at the structure of your home.

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When it comes to disasters that homeowners fear, there are not many that are more dreaded and terrifying than a slab leak. A slab leak is a leak in the plumbing that’s built into your home’s foundation, which is usually a slab of poured concrete.

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When your home suffers flood damage from a major storm, plumbing emergency, or any other cause, you’ll have all sorts of issues to deal with, including mold growth.

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When your home has experienced major water damage, such as that caused by flooding, a burst pipe, or even a hurricane, you likely have a lot on your mind when it comes to repairs.

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Mold infestations can spread quickly, leading to foul odors, unsightly spots, and other consequences throughout your home. Mold can also cause serious health complications, especially for those with severe allergies, asthma, or compromised immune systems.

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Have you recently experienced flooding in your home or a leak which led to the growth of mildew? When water is left sitting or the level of humidity changes, mildew can start to develop. This is common in car vents and residential spaces.

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