Guarding against mold is not only necessary for aesthetics
Pleasant Hill, CA (PRWEB) January 07, 2012
Bay Area's home insulation specialist, All Seasons Insulation Company recommends halting any potential for mold growth. During the winter, cold air from the outside and heated air on the inside creates the perfect condition for condensation to develop on walls, which in turn creates mold.
“Guarding against mold is not only necessary for aesthetics. More importantly, there are numerous health issues associated with mold that can be avoided by ensuring that the mold does not develop in the first place,” Fran Clark of All Seasons Insulation Company said.
Mold can also cause damage to the building structure, such as causing paint to peel, which leads to the exposure of the raw rock that may begin to bubble and swell, resulting in the necessary replacement of the sheetrock.
All Seasons Insulation Company the Bay Area’s wall insulation specialist suggests that the easiest way to avoid all of these mold-related health and building issues is to ensure proper insulation throughout a building.
Serving the Bay Area, this insulation contractor offers free estimates on its services, which includes floor insulation, insulation removal, wall insulation, attic insulation and more.
For more information on any of All Seasons Insulation Company’s products or services, call 925-948-8871, view the company on the web at http://www.allseasonsinsulationcompany.com or visit 3381 Vincent Road, Suite D, in Pleasant Hill.
About All Seasons Insulation Company
Owners, Mark and Fran Clark, are proud that All Seasons Insulation Company is green certified. For more than 30 years, they have been working with the environmentally friendly insulation product called Cellulose (recycled newspaper). Recently, they also started offering clients another environmentally safe material called Blue Jean Batting (recycled blue jeans), which is an excellent alternative when a situation requires insulation in a batt form. Call All Seasons Insulation Company for a free estimate at 925-948-8871.
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