Saturday, December 10, 2011

Tip of the month:Below zero temperature

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<a href="http://apps.facebook.com/fundrazr/activity/44bfb25d2ee34fed9f62bd24a11e936c?type=endorsement" target="_blank" class="fr_give-widget-class">Give</a><script type="text/javascript" src="http://static.fundrazr.com/give-button/loader.js"></script>December is the time of year when the temperature begins dipping below freezing in much of the country.  We all tend to close up the house a little tighter to save that heat.  Often the moister in the house increases during the winter months making it a good environment for those indoor molds to grow.  If you are one of the unlucky ones to have seasonal mold in your home now is a good time to do a visual inspection and see if mold is growing on an exterior wall of your home.  We are always more  concerned about mold on the interior of your exterior walls than on the outside. Placing those holiday cardboard boxes up against a cold exterior wall can create a growing cycle between the box and the wall.  Always remember to keep good airflow next to the wall so you won't have mold for Christmas.

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