Concrobium » Blog http://www.concrobium.com Eliminate, Clean & Prevent Mold Fri, 26 Jun 2015 18:45:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Canada Dry: Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL http://www.concrobium.com/concrobium-moisture-grabbers-xl/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=concrobium-moisture-grabbers-xl http://www.concrobium.com/concrobium-moisture-grabbers-xl/#comments Thu, 18 Jun 2015 19:20:18 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3269     If you live anywhere in Southern Ontario near Burlington, Oakville, or Mississauga, and have had any issues controlling humidity in your home, RV, Cottage, or boat, Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL is the product you’ve been waiting for. Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL is what’s known in the biz as a “desiccant”.  So what’s a…... Read more »

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If you live anywhere in Southern Ontario near Burlington, Oakville, or Mississauga, and have had any issues controlling humidity in your home, RV, Cottage, or boat, Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL is the product you’ve been waiting for.

Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL is what’s known in the biz as a “desiccant”.  So what’s a desiccant you may ask?  Well trust our good friends at wikipedia to have the answer:

desiccant is a hygroscopic substance that induces or sustains a state of dryness (desiccation) in its vicinity. Commonly encountered pre-packaged desiccants are solids that adsorb water

In layman’s terms, a desiccant works by pulling moisture out of the air, reducing the humidity in the space surrounding it.  If you’ve ever bought a new piece of luggage and upon opening it find a tiny little pouch of silica gel, you’ve seen a desiccant in action– it keeps the inside of your brand new piece of luggage free from humidity (and the mold and smells associated with moldy moisture  build-up) so that you can concentrate on your next big adventure rather than the moldy stowaways you might be carrying across international borders.

Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL uses a slightly different desiccating material but the results are very similar though on a much larger scale.  Instead of keeping the inside of your new luggage dry and mold free, it can manage the moisture in an entire basement, removing humidity from a space up to 1000 ft.  And no moisture in the basement means no musty smells!

Unlike other desiccants on the market, there’s no need to empty out a bucket full of briny water that’s always in peril of spilling.  Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL use super absorbant polymers to lock away all that unwanted moisture so that when it’s absorbed all the moisture it can, you can simply take the pouch (which will be dry to the touch) and throw it in the trash.

Think of Concrobium Moisture Grabbers XL as a little mold insurance for your basement, crawl space,cottage or RV.  So if you live in Mississauga, Oakville or Burlington, visit your local Home Depot and check out our Moisture Grabbers XL demo display where you can see the difference between a fresh pouch and a full one and learn all the tips and trick for managing moisture from one of Home Depot’s knowledgeable associates.  Try one today and keep the damp at bay all summer long.

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Restore Your Deck with Concrobium Mold Solutions and The Remodelling Guy http://www.concrobium.com/restore-deck-concrobium-mold-solutions-remodelling-guy/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=restore-deck-concrobium-mold-solutions-remodelling-guy http://www.concrobium.com/restore-deck-concrobium-mold-solutions-remodelling-guy/#comments Mon, 08 Jun 2015 18:25:50 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3255 Fact: our outdoor mold fighting system works really well to restore your outdoor spaces to like-new condition. Now for a lot of folks, this news won’t come as a surprise since they’ve been using Concrobium Mold Solutions to get their decks, patios and outdoor furniture looking ship-shape for summer for the past few seasons.  But…... Read more »

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Fact: our outdoor mold fighting system works really well to restore your outdoor spaces to like-new condition. Now for a lot of folks, this news won’t come as a surprise since they’ve been using Concrobium Mold Solutions to get their decks, patios and outdoor furniture looking ship-shape for summer for the past few seasons.  But  it seems like every year, more and more folks get hip to how well the combined power of Concrobium House & Deck Wash and Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser can make even the most grey, washed out, dingy deck looking a little fresher and ready for whatever the summer throws at it.


Case in point: Tim Layton, better known as voice of popular DIY blog remodellingguy.net.  Tim recently used Concrobium House & Deck Wash and Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser on a deck project and was rendered nearly speechless by the results. Watch below for a video he put together and read the whole blog post here.

If you need some help getting your deck looking its best this summer, give our Outdoor Mold Fighting System a try and we guarantee you’ll be pleased with the results.

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Hurricane Seasoning: Concrobium Mold Control http://www.concrobium.com/hurricane-seasoning-concrobium-mold-control/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=hurricane-seasoning-concrobium-mold-control http://www.concrobium.com/hurricane-seasoning-concrobium-mold-control/#comments Mon, 01 Jun 2015 17:58:42 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3244 Aside from ushering in warmer weather for much of the continent and offering folks the chance to do a bit more barbecuing, June 1st also heralds the arrival of yet another Atlantic hurricane season. Despite the fact that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting below-average hurricane activity for 2015 that doesn’t mean we…... Read more »

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hurricaneAside from ushering in warmer weather for much of the continent and offering folks the chance to do a bit more barbecuing, June 1st also heralds the arrival of yet another Atlantic hurricane season. Despite the fact that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting below-average hurricane activity for 2015 that doesn’t mean we can expect clear skies and smooth sailing until November.  The fact that this year’s weather is being shaped in large part by the  current “el niño” weather phenomenon is one of the big reasons the NOAA is predicting less storms this year– El Niño prevents larger storms from amassing due to an increase in wind shear (the difference in wind speed and direction over a relatively short distance).

That doesn’t mean that there won’t be any storms this year and everyone has seen the devastating effects and havoc powerful storms can wreak.  NOAA Administrator Kathryn Collins offers some sobering words for those inclined to assume that hurricane season is being called off this year:

“No matter how many pitches Mother Nature throws at us, from only a few to a whole lot, if just one of those pitches gets through the strike zone we can be in for a lot of trouble.  Below average doesn’t mean no pitches get thrown our way.”

If you live along the Atlantic Seaboard you may want to take a few minutes to go through a quick checklist and prepare for any and all circumstances.  You can visit our Hurricane Flooding mini-site for some good advice on how to prepare should a storm come your way and how to clean up once the storm passes.

Remember, mold can grow in as little as 48 hours after flooding so it’s always a safe bet to have some Concrobium Mold Control on hand as a bit of an anti-mold insurance policy.

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Who you gonna call? Concrobium Mold Control http://www.concrobium.com/gonna-call-concrobium-mold-control/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=gonna-call-concrobium-mold-control http://www.concrobium.com/gonna-call-concrobium-mold-control/#comments Mon, 27 Apr 2015 14:16:54 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3179   There isn’t a lot that goes on within the confines of the mold fighting business that the general public would find particularly interesting until they actually required the services of a professional to help them out of a bad situation.  The people who work in the mold remediation industry are specialists trained in getting…... Read more »

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There isn’t a lot that goes on within the confines of the mold fighting business that the general public would find particularly interesting until they actually required the services of a professional to help them out of a bad situation.  The people who work in the mold remediation industry are specialists trained in getting rid of invisible intruders that may do harm to you and your family.  It’s a model that, upon reflection, looks a lot like the set-up from the classic 80s Ivan Reitman comedy:  Ghostbusters.

Turns out researchers at Clarkson University’s Engineering Department have taken things one step further and they believe that there may be a link between reports of hauntings in older homes and the presence of neurotoxins in the air released by mold!

Professor Shane Rogers admitted that he was always a fan of the paranormal growing up and that’s what initially led him to approach the investigation of paranormal activity using his skills in civil engineering.

“Hauntings are very widely reported phenomena that are not well-researched,” Rogers says. “They are often reported in older-built structures that may also suffer poor air quality. Similarly, some people have reported depression, anxiety and other effects from exposure to biological pollutants in indoor air. We are trying to determine whether some reported hauntings may be linked to specific pollutants found in indoor air.”

The Huffington post article is very thought provoking and well worth a read.  And while there’s still a ways to go to prove the link between indoor air quality and paranormal phenomena, you don’t have to be a medium to know that mold spores in the air can have a negative impact on your health.

That’s why Concrobium Mold Control has partnered with restoration contractor and DIY tv personality Mike Holmes to confront the issue of air quality head as part of Mike’s healthy homes initiative and is now an officially recognized Holmes Approved product.

“It’s about healthy homes. We know mold can reduce indoor air quality, and poor air quality affects our health,” said Mike Holmes. “Think of how much time we spend in our homes, especially during winter. So when we see mold we have to take it seriously. We address the root cause of the mold – the moisture issues – and we get rid of it using solutions that work, and that aren’t more toxic than the mold. My crew’s been using Concrobium Mold Control for years. It’s safe and it works.”

So if there’s something strange in your neighborhood, it might not actually be evils spirits, you might have a mold problem.  Look around your house and check if there’s any evidence of water damage or moisture getting into the house and don’t reach for bleach (or your proton pack), treat any mold you find with safe, powerful Concrobium Mold Control.

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Avoid a Moldy Spring with Holmes Approved Concrobium Mold Control http://www.concrobium.com/avoid-moldy-spring-holmes-approved-concrobium-mold-control/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=avoid-moldy-spring-holmes-approved-concrobium-mold-control http://www.concrobium.com/avoid-moldy-spring-holmes-approved-concrobium-mold-control/#comments Tue, 14 Apr 2015 20:42:06 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3167 It’s only natural that with the first hint of warmer temperatures that thoughts turn to pulling out the grill, dusting off the patio furniture, and cleaning up the yard.  But considering the above average snowfall and the below average temperatures that buried much of North America this past winter, it might be a good idea…... Read more »

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It’s only natural that with the first hint of warmer temperatures that thoughts turn to pulling out the grill, dusting off the patio furniture, and cleaning up the yard.  But considering the above average snowfall and the below average temperatures that buried much of North America this past winter, it might be a good idea to take a few precautions so that you and your family can concentrate on the more fun parts of spring instead of dealing with a mold outbreak. Before the mercury rises and the damp, early spring weather sets in you might want to have a look at the snow accumulation around your house.  If you live in parts of the Northeastern United States or the Canadian Maritimes where piles of snow often reached shoulder height this winter, this goes double for you.  Chances are good that at least some of that snow is covering a sewer grate or is piled perilously close to the house.  Depending on the grade in your area make sure you’ve gotten as much snow as far down grade from your house as possible so that the melt doesn’t end up running into your basement. Next, have a look at any drains around the house and near your property.  Are any of them covered with snow?  If they are, you should make sure they’re uncovered so the combination of snow melting and spring rain doesn’t conspire to send a raging torrent of run-off back into your home. If the worst happens, and your home does end up the unfortunate victim of some water damage you should treat it immediately because mold can take hold within 48 hours of any water damage. Depending on the amount of the damage, you can treat the mold yourself with a little know how, the right tools, and Concrobium Mold Control.  For a full step-by-step guide to treating mold, you can download this tip-sheet  or watch the video below.

Remember, mold can affect air quality and ultimately your family’s health.  That’s why we’re proud to have partnered with renovation professional and DIY TV personality Mike Holmes to have Concrobium Mold Control recognized as a Holmes Approved product. The HOLMES Approved Products program was designed to help homeowners choose products that support the health and safety of their home, including improved indoor air quality. Concrobium Mold Control®, an EPA-registered antimicrobial, provides a safe and effective solution for tackling mold problems.

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Mike Holmes Spring Cleaning Check List featuring Concrobium Mold Control http://www.concrobium.com/mike-holmes-spring-cleaning-check-list-featuring-concrobium-mold-control/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=mike-holmes-spring-cleaning-check-list-featuring-concrobium-mold-control http://www.concrobium.com/mike-holmes-spring-cleaning-check-list-featuring-concrobium-mold-control/#comments Mon, 23 Mar 2015 15:10:07 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3160 Now that it’s officially spring– well, at least according to the calendar anyway– thoughts naturally turn to Spring Cleaning, attending to all those little niggling projects that accumulated during the winter  and getting your space in tip-top shape for the rest of the year. To help you out, Mike Holmes and his great team at…... Read more »

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Spring daffodils in a windowsillNow that it’s officially spring– well, at least according to the calendar anyway– thoughts naturally turn to Spring Cleaning, attending to all those little niggling projects that accumulated during the winter  and getting your space in tip-top shape for the rest of the year.

To help you out, Mike Holmes and his great team at makeitright.ca have put together a little spring cleaning primer for making the most of the season and keeping you on track for taking care of all the little jobs around the house.  In addition to really practical advice like testing the fire extinguishers in your house and switching out the batteries in your smoke detectors, the Holmes team suggest checking your home for mold and treating it with Concrobium Mold Control:

DEALING WITH MOULD: Most surface mould should be cleaned with an antimicrobial solution, like Concrobium Mold Control®, including windowsills and bathroom grout. DO NOT USE BLEACH. Not only can bleach be more toxic than mould, but it’s also ineffective, especially on porous surfaces like wood and drywall—the mould will just come back.

There’s also a quick Spring Cleaning checklist you can check to make sure you’re on the right track;  there’s even printable version.

Concrobium Mold Control and Mike Holmes are a great one-two punch for get your home safe & healthy this spring and for keeping it that way all year round!

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Concrobium Mold Control: Now A Holmes Approved Product http://www.concrobium.com/concrobium-mold-control-now-a-holmes-approved-product/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=concrobium-mold-control-now-a-holmes-approved-product http://www.concrobium.com/concrobium-mold-control-now-a-holmes-approved-product/#comments Mon, 02 Mar 2015 15:18:20 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3137   At Concrobium Mold Solutions we pride ourselves on being experts in our field.  We’re serious about fighting mold and we pride ourselves on our approach to the issue– mold remediation is a process, not a product.  Our approach has attracted a lot of attention and a serious amount of praise through the years from…... Read more »

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At Concrobium Mold Solutions we pride ourselves on being experts in our field.  We’re serious about fighting mold and we pride ourselves on our approach to the issue– mold remediation is a process, not a product.  Our approach has attracted a lot of attention and a serious amount of praise through the years from industry leaders.  In that spirit, we’re proud to announce that we’ve partnered with one of the biggest names in the home improvement industry:  Mike Holmes.

Mike has dealt with a lot of mold in his years in the home improvement business and on his various TV shows and he’s been familiar with our product for a long time stating:

“When mold is discovered, you have to take it seriously. Address the water source, follow proper clean-up procedures and always use the right cleaning solutions. My crew and I have been using Concrobium Mold Control for years. It’s the product I trust to get the job done right.”

The HOLMES Approved Products program was designed to help homeowners choose products that support the health and safety of their home, including improved indoor air quality. Concrobium Mold Control®, an EPA-registered & Health Canada-registered antimicrobial, provides a safe and effective solution for tackling mold problems.

Next time you have a mold issue, don’t reach for bleach, fight mold the Holmes way, use Concrobium Mold control.

For more details about Concrobium and Mike Holmes working together to make you home healthier you can read the full press release here.

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Tis The Season…For Mold? http://www.concrobium.com/tis-season-concrobium/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=tis-season-concrobium http://www.concrobium.com/tis-season-concrobium/#comments Fri, 19 Dec 2014 19:47:21 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3117 At this very festive time of year, the last thing anyone is thinking about is mold.  Typically, mold has a hard time growing in cold, dry conditions so most of the places around your home susceptible to a mold outbreak are pretty safe.  But that doesn’t mean mold wont take hold this holiday season.  If…... Read more »

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Christmas_Tree2At this very festive time of year, the last thing anyone is thinking about is mold.  Typically, mold has a hard time growing in cold, dry conditions so most of the places around your home susceptible to a mold outbreak are pretty safe.  But that doesn’t mean mold wont take hold this holiday season.  If like many people, you’ve bought a live Christmas tree for the holidays this year, you may end up with an unwanted present from an invisible guest (hint:  it’s not courtesy a jolly elf and eight tiny reindeer).

According to Allergist Dr. Weily Soong with the Alabama Allergy & Asthma Center:

…sometimes people may confuse sneezing and runny nose with cold symptoms when instead they’re allergic to the tree. It’s what some doctors call Christmas Tree Syndrome. But it’s usually not the tree itself that makes you sick….mold in the tree or chemicals sprayed on it to preserve it are the problem, which can trigger allergy symptoms or cause an asthma attack. Mold loves moisture, so when you put the water in the tree it’s a great place for mold to grow, so it releases mold spores and people become allergic.

Dr. Soong said Christmas trees are full of moisture anyway because they’re stored outdoors. So mold is already growing on it before you buy one.  You can read the entire article on Christmas tree allergies here.

If you notice that you’re having any adverse reaction to your tree , you might want to think about buying an artificial one for next year but if you suspect your tree has mold, try using our new Concrobium Mold Control Aerosol.  It’s great for getting into those tough to reach places between branches (just make sure you do it before you hang the lights) and it leaves an antimicrobial shield so you can worry less about mold and concentrate on making merry.

Happy Holidays from the Concrobium Mold Solutions family to yours.

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It’s the Great Concrobium Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! http://www.concrobium.com/great-pumpkin-charlie-brown/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=great-pumpkin-charlie-brown http://www.concrobium.com/great-pumpkin-charlie-brown/#comments Wed, 08 Oct 2014 17:55:38 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3059   At Concrobium Mold Solutions we love hearing how you’ve used and loved our products.  We receive a steady stream of messages that start off as horror stories where mold is discovered in a a dark secluded corner of the family home and threatens the health and safety of all who dwell there.  Fortunately, most of…... Read more »

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At Concrobium Mold Solutions we love hearing how you’ve used and loved our products.  We receive a steady stream of messages that start off as horror stories where mold is discovered in a a dark secluded corner of the family home and threatens the health and safety of all who dwell there.  Fortunately, most of these horror stories have happy endings where people manage to exorcise the mold and keep it from haunting them down the road just by spraying Concrobium Mold Control on the problem.

However, we recently received a message that was both a perfect tale for the Hallowe’en season and features a completely different narrative arc but with a no less happy ending.  Bruce and Colleen Waugh from British Columbia, Canada sent us an e-mail yesterday and it made our week:

Hi, I’ve been using this product for construction related projects for some time now.  Recently I’ve been searching for something to preserve my pumpkins so they would last a little longer after they’ve been carved. Walking into my  garage the other day I saw the bottle of “mold control” and thought “i bet this would work”.  I sprayed the inside and out of my pumpkin and hoped for the best.  Its been 4 days now and the usually mouldy, rotten soft spot pumpkin is still in fantastic shape. It seems to even repel the fruit flies!

Bruce Waugh displaying some serious carving skills on that pumpkin.

Bruce Waugh displaying some serious carving skills on that pumpkin.

 

Now we can’t guarantee that your pumpkin will look as good as Bruce and Colleen’s (they are professionals after all) but it’s great to hear that they’ve found Concrobium Mold Control is keeping their pesky pumpkin mold at bay!  If you’ve had a similar experience, or have used our products in an ‘unconventional’ sort of way, please post a comment since we’d love to hear all about it and feature it in an upcoming blog post.

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Musty Basement? Treat it with Concrobium Mold Control Aerosol http://www.concrobium.com/musty-basement/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=musty-basement http://www.concrobium.com/musty-basement/#comments Mon, 29 Sep 2014 19:31:20 +0000 http://www.concrobium.com/?p=3046 Chances are good that if you have a basement and you’ve spent any time in it whatsoever, you’ve probably noticed that distinctive, slightly funky, musty basement smell. Chances are also good that you’ve likely just accepted that smell as something that all basements have. While many basements have that musty basement smell in common, it’s…... Read more »

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Chances are good that if you have a basement and you’ve spent any time in it whatsoever, you’ve probably noticed that distinctive, slightly funky, musty basement smell. Chances are also good that you’ve likely just accepted that smell as something that all basements have. While many basements have that musty basement smell in common, it’s definitely not inevitable, and it’s certainly manageable.

What most people don’t realize is that the musty smell is actually a symptom of something, and that something is mold. Mold needs food, moisture and warmth to grow, all things that basements have in abundance. During its growth cycle, when mold consumes the organic material found in basements on building materials like wood or drywall, it releases “MVOCs” or “microbial volatile organic compounds” into the air. Another way of thinking about it is that what you’re smelling is actually “mold burps”. While the smell is harmless, the mold may not be so it’s best to take action.

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Concrboium Mold Control’s patented formula eliminates mold and prevents it from coming back by leaving an invisible anti-microbial shield as it dries. And the new Concrobium Mold Control Aerosol format is the ideal tool to treat mold in basements because it’s ultra-fine mist is great for quickly reaching deep into basement cracks and crevices where mold hides and “fogging” a space with the solution to get rid of the musty basement stink.

Breathe easy knowing your basement smell is history and your mold is under control. Visit our Where to Buy page to find a Concrobium Mold Control Aerosol retailer near you.

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