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How Vapor Barriers Keep Your Family Safe

How Vapor Barriers Keep Your Family Safe

Remember the fun to play games with friends when you were a kid, where you would create fictitious scenarios and play them out? There was always the game where your house was supposedly burning down, and you could only save one thing. The one thing you chose to save was usually along the lines of a prized stuffed animal or a house pet. However, did we ever choose our family as one of the options? How about the potentially hazardous air quality within our home as one of the scenarios?
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How a French Drain will keep your House Happy

How a French Drain will keep your House Happy

The French Drain, named after Henry French, is known by many names, such as: weeping tile, blind drain, rubble drain, rock drain, drain tile, perimeter drain, land drain, French ditch, sub-surface drain, sub-soil drain or agricultural drain. No matter what name you use, the French Drain is an often-overlooked addition to a household that can yield many benefits.
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7 Tips for Removing Mold

Mold is a tricky combatant with several cards up its sleeve. To battle mold most effectively takes a balance of cleaning know-how and handyman skill. Crawl Space Remediation is the premiere mold remover for the greater Lafayette area. Years of experience have culminated in 7 tips to help you remove mold from your home.
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5 Signs You Should Do a Mold Test

Mold is one of those things that is not always obvious. But it is not an issue that is to be taken lightly. There are several health issues that come with mold. It is one of those silent killers that we at Crawlspace Remediation LLC in Lafayette, IN want to help with. These are some warning signs to mold that could help you protect your family.
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According to a study by the Mayo Clinic, nearly all chronic sinus infections are a result of mold. Since up to 40% of the air we breathe in the home can come from the crawlspace, mold in the crawlspace means mold in the home. The EPA recommends to keep humidity levels in the crawl space to 40%–50% to reduce the likelihood of mold formation.

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