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White mold growth, while a common problem in residential homes, does not receive the same attention as black mold. White mold growth also provides an additional challenge because it is often confused with efflorescence, a crystalline growth structure found on concrete and masonry surfaces.  Efflorescence...

Molds are fungi and are found in virtually every environment and can be detected, indoors and outdoors, year round. Molds grow best in warm, damp, dimly lit and humid conditions, and spread and reproduce by making spores. Indoors they can be found where humidity levels...

Concrete is key when it comes to foundations. A well-designed foundation is the key to the stability, safety and durability of any building. Solid soil is just as important as the footings and foundation that lie upon it. It’s a good idea to have an engineer...

Basement flood problems generally take one of three forms: Capillary action – when groundwater comes up through the foundation and slab. This type of basement flood generally occurs when the groundwater table is higher than the basement floor and foundation, and can be somewhat offset by...

In construction, underpinning is the process of strengthening and stabilizing the foundation of an existing building or other structure, or most commonly done for the purpose of basement lowering thereby creating additional height. Creating basement space under existing structure also requires underpinning after excavation. Basement foundation underpinning...