In this week’s Angie’s list report, Jim Donovan looks at several home improvement projects you can’t ignore.
It’s already annoying and it’s going to be a bad year for allergies.
Officials with the Cheltenham Township School District held a meeting Monday night to update parents about options moving forward as officials work to fix a mold problem in Cedarbrook Middle School.
According to the school district, cleaning, remediation, and air quality testing is not complete.
Atlantic County wants residents to make sure they don’t get bit twice by Super Storm Sandy. Mold removal experts say they’re seeing a new wave of growth.
From ergonomics to mold and other building toxins, OSHA regulates the working conditions that may harm workers.
Dr. Maria Lania, director of Allergy and Immunology at Cooper University Hospital, says allergy season is underway and there’s already a lot of sneezing and itchy eyes.
As custodians were cleaning the primary media center in the Jordan Road School Friday they noticed mold on several surfaces.
Ignoring a mold issue in your home will only prolong the problem and allow it to get worse. Since mold exposure can cause health problems, it is important to take steps to eliminate it from your house and hire a reputable company for the job.
A multi-million dollar housing complex at Rowan University’s Glassboro campus, built less than 10 years ago, is now facing an expensive problem: mold.
Officials in Montgomery County are taking aggressive steps to get rid of some mold that was discovered in the courthouse in Norristown earlier this year.
The CBS 3 I-Team went undercover, and beyond the glitzy lobby, beach views and swanky dining at the Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City, we found what appeared to be mold in a number of rooms: guest rooms, utility rooms, and storage rooms where we saw cots and cribs.
3 On Your Side with a cautionary tale for parents. Is there a mold problem with a popular fruit juice? Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has one mom’s exclusive story.
“Definetly have to scrub on the outdoor ones,” Kenneth Kemp of Rittenhouse Hardware advises. “Or a ‘gentle wash,’ they say, which never works as well as some scrubbing.”
A southern New Jersey high school shuttered for two months by mold is due to reopen on Monday.