Saturday, March 1, 2014

Video - Heavy Bed Bug Infestation in a Single-family Home

March 2 2014 What happens if bed bugs are not treated? Watch this thrilling video taken from a single-family home in New Jersey in 2011.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

What to Do If You Have Asbestos in Your Home per USEPA

As per the USEPA - If you think there may be asbestos in your home, don’t panic.

Asbestos-containing materials that aren’t damaged or disturbed are not likely to pose a health risk. Usually the best thing is to leave asbestos-containing material alone if it is in good condition.
Generally, asbestos-containing material that is in good condition and will not be disturbed (by remodeling, for example) will not release asbestos fibers.

Asbestos-containing materials may release fibers when they are disturbed, damaged, removed improperly, repaired, cut, torn, sanded, sawed, drilled or scraped. Keep an eye on asbestos-containing materials and visually check them over time for signs of wear or damage.

If you suspect material contains asbestos, don't touch it. Look for signs of wear or damage such as tears, abrasions, or water damage. Damaged material may release asbestos fibers. This is particularly true if you often disturb it by hitting, rubbing or handling, or if it is exposed to extreme vibration or air flow.

For slightly damaged asbestos-containing material, sometimes the best way to deal with it is to limit access to the area and not to touch or disturb it. If asbestos-containing material is more than slightly damaged or if you are going to make changes in your home that might disturb it, repair or removal by a trained and accredited asbestos professional is needed.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

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Friday, December 21, 2012

How can people clean up their homes in a way that controls mold?

How can people clean up their homes in a way that controls mold?
As per the USEPA - Mold is a common issue after flood waters recede. Take things that were wet for two or more days outside. Items that stayed wet for two days have mold growing on them even if you can’t see it. Take out items made of cloth, unless you can wash them in hot water. If you are using bleach as a disinfectant, use only one cup of bleach for every gallon of water. Never mix bleach with ammonia or other cleaners and wear rubber boots, rubber gloves, goggles and N-95 mask during cleanups.
For more info go to
+Mold and Asbestos Information