The Silent Killer: Are There Early Detection Methods For Asbestos Disease?

The ability of asbestos to prevent fire has been known at least since the Bronze Age. Unfortunately, the mineral fiber was not definitively linked to lung diseases until the 1960s. In the 1970s, regulators began to restrict the use of asbestos as a building material. Despite these efforts, many people still die from asbestos-related diseases.  Since asbestos is hard to detect in the air and body, preventive asbestos inspection methods are the best way for you to identify asbestos exposure in your living or work environment. [Read More]

How To Handle Potential Hazardous Waste When Renovating An Old Home

Congratulations! You just bought the home of your dreams. You've been looking for the perfect old house to renovate and transform into something that will improve in value and create curb appeal in the neighborhood. But as you walk through, you notice that there are some things that need to be removed that could contain hazardous materials. So what is the next step? Here are some things to look out for and the best way to handle it. [Read More]

Planning For Spring Cleanup? 4 Projects That Will Benefit From A Dumpster

If you're ready for winter to end, start thinking about all the projects you can begin once spring arrives. There's not much you can do as far as cleaning is concerned during the long winter months. But, that all changes once the weather warms up. If you are going to get busy around the house once winter ends, you may want to rent a dumpster. Dumpsters are beneficial for a wide variety of home-based projects. [Read More]