Dehumidifiers are useful appliances that work to remove moisture from the air in your home. These useful appliances help maintain consistent indoor relative humidity, therefore keeping your property drier, more comfortable, healthier and help to prevent structural damage caused by mold. If high indoor humidity is a concern in your property, dehumidification will help control …Read More
September is Mold Awareness Month. National Indoor Mold Society established Mold Awareness Month to spread awareness about the danger associated with property damage and health effects caused by indoor molds. The Effects of Indoor Mold Growth Benefits of Moisture Control Including a plan for moisture management in your property will not only help in the …Read More
With today’s upgrades and improvements to heating and cooling systems the secondary benefit is now non-existent. Thankfully, HVAC systems are much more energy efficient and blasts colder air in shorter increments. There is nothing wrong with the improved upgrades. In fact, it is doing exactly what it is created to do, cool the air in less time. As a result of these new improvements, there is a rise with mold issues within indoor living spaces.
Shortly after traditional HVAC units were introduced in Japan around the 1950’s, it was realized that the bulky and loud systems needed a redesign to meet the needs of smaller homes built close together. Developed as an alternative, mini-split systems were created as heating and cooling systems that allow the temperature of individual rooms or …Read More
We are excited to announce that the IW-25 Dehumidifier that protects your property and investment against excess moisture is getting an upgrade. Now Featuring a shallower design for versatility with IN Wall or ON Wall installations. The IW-25-4 Mold Defender is designed for higher efficiency and performance with upgraded features including aluminum coils, a MERV 8 washable filter, alternate power and drain routing and a 5 year warranty.
Condensation will form on surfaces when the air has an excess of moisture. The temperature directly affects the amount of moisture air can hold before saturation. Once air becomes saturated condensation will take place. The ability of air to hold water vapor increases as it warms and decreases as it cools. Once air has reached …Read More
How control can prevent mold growth A Simple Solution to a Growing Problem Learn more about how controlling the moisture Protects your Investment. 1 EPA: A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture and Your Home www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2016-10/documents/moldguide12.pdf
Mold is everywhere and causes problems when it begins to grow inside. Reports of mold in student housing are becoming more and more common; a quick search on google for “mold in student housing” found over 6 million results. Mold remediation is possible but only focuses on the removal and cleaning of affected areas, so …Read More
As the demand for multifamily housing steadily grows, construction and building regulations are becoming tighter in an effort to create sustainable and energy efficient housing. Although efficiency is beneficial in many ways, the tighter envelopes make it nearly impossible for moisture to escape. As an architect, engineer, developer or general contractor you understand the importance …Read More