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Category: Mold

Mold Facts and Information

We at Basement Solutions focus on informing the customer as much as possible before doing business. Before we carry out any type of work involving mold remediation, we...

Prevent Mold With Crawlspace Waterproofing or Conversions

Why Does Mold Form While many downplay having mold in their home, the truth is that it is nothing to be taken lightly. It can have lifelong health effects and in some...

Mold Remediation

We are a full service IICRC certified mold remediation company and offer FREE mold inspections with estimates. We stand by all of our work and include a service warranty...

Risks of Mold Exposure and How to Avoid Them

Mold exposure, especially for those with asthma or mold sensitivities, poses a serious risk to your home and family. Everything from yourself, to your pets, to even your...

Spring is Here! Basement Waterproofing Tips

Preparing For Spring Spring is finally upon us in Southeastern PA. However, It is important to remember that with spring comes heavy rains and severe storms. Both last...

Wet Walls are a Problem

How does water get into your basement? We like to describe your house as a pot submerged in a sink full of water. When it rains or snows the ground water level rises...

Basement Services in Philadelphia

Recently, Patricia  and her Husband Paul from North East Philadelphia contacted us for a free basement inspection.  They had notice puddling on their basement floors...

Dry Ice Blasting Mold: Fast, Clean, Effective

Dry ice blasting accomplishes mold remediation faster than other methods. Dry ice blasting does not require toxic chemicals and does not create toxic dust hazard. We...

Why to Waterproof Your Basement

There are many reasons to waterproof  your basement. In this article we will review them. When you were purchasing your home, did you investigate whether or not the...

Keep Molds Away From Your Basement

What are molds? Molds are microorganisms. They are found everywhere. They can grow on almost anything if it is moist enough. Inside your home molds grow quickly on damp...