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Home Preparations to Ensure Your Home is Safe From Mold Growth!

2020-11-05T18:40:33+00:00September 5th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Fall weather is almost here, and now is the perfect time to prepare your home for water damages. Water damages can occur at all times of the year, but cooler weather tends to cause more water damages with leaking or frozen pipes, snow, and ice damages. Below, Colorado hazardous Environmental will discuss a few ways [...]

Asbestos Exposure and Your Family’s Safety

2020-11-04T19:15:48+00:00August 21st, 2020|Asbestos Information, Hazardous Materials Info|

Your family’s safety is one of the most valuable things in your life. We know you would never do anything to put you or your family in danger, but many do it daily without knowing. Asbestos is found in homes throughout the United States daily. People have lived in homes for decades without knowing and [...]

Hazardous Materials and How to Handle Them

2020-11-03T18:53:01+00:00August 8th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Hazardous materials come in different forms, but all are hazardous to your well being. While some hazardous materials are more dangerous than others, each has its own dangers and should only be managed by someone with the proper experience and licenses. Mold Mold can cause severe respiratory problems if not entirely removed. If you have [...]

Lead Paint Could Be in Your Newer or Remodeled Home

2020-11-03T18:08:02+00:00July 24th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Lead paint should no longer be an issue in the 21st century, but we are still finding it in homes throughout the United States. Lead paint is not an issue for many people, as they do not have children or the elderly living with them. If you are pregnant, have children or the elderly in [...]

Summer Remodels Can Lead to the Discovery of Mold – What should You Do?

2020-11-03T17:57:57+00:00July 10th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Remodels can be a fun time, especially if you are doing it yourself, but what happens if you discover mold growth? Mold can grow for a variety of reasons, but most commonly, it is from water damages. If your property has known water damage history, then that is likely where the mold growth started, if [...]

Summer Humidity Means More Mold Growth

2020-06-24T21:46:40+00:00June 24th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Summer means sunny skies and great weather, but it can also spell disaster for your home. With the heat of Summer comes humidity. Humidity can cause problems inside your home. Mold grows faster during the warmer months because of the humidity. As the air becomes more humid, it causes condensation to build up in different [...]

Is Your Illness Mold Related or Allergies?

2020-06-24T19:43:46+00:00June 7th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info, Uncategorized|

Mold, seasonal allergies, and even asbestos-related illnesses can all have the same symptoms. How do you distinguish if you have season allergies or a hazardous material in your home or business? There are a few ways to determine if you have regular seasonal allergies or hazardous material on your property. Below, we will discuss mold [...]

Insulation, Asbestos, and Rodents

2020-06-24T18:23:27+00:00May 21st, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips|

Your basement or attic could have hazardous materials without you knowing. Asbestos is commonly found in these areas, and rodents love to make nests in basements and attics. Below, we will discuss the hazards of asbestos in insulation, as well as rodents in the home. Insulation and Asbestos Homes that were built before the late [...]

Asbestos – How Much Exposure Is Dangerous?

2020-05-15T19:41:55+00:00May 4th, 2020|Asbestos Illness Information, Asbestos Information|

Asbestos exposure is linked to mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis. All of the above are serious illnesses caused by asbestos exposure. Laws and regulations make it less likely that you become exposed to asbestos, but the threat is still there and will continue to be, as long as the United States does not ban asbestos. [...]

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