Deadly Concerns

Daily, we have to keep up our cleaning activities to even see passed the damage our young children have accomplished on the interior of our home. *Insert cries of torment here*

If we don’t clean it causes lots of health and safety concerns to arise. So why wouldn’t the same be expected for the exterior?

It is easy to neglect the exterior when we are so busy with our day to day activities, but neglecting the exterior can be dangerous as well. I have put together a list of just a few of the potential dangers for you.

Did you know?

  • Everyday, 4 construction workers die from ladder and roof related falls. Even professionals lose their life and they do it every single day.

  • Mold is everywhere, but it is collecting on your home and eating it away little by little. It easily enters your home through cracks or even through vents and windows.

  • Black mold is common on the exterior siding of your home.

  • When common mold spores are inhaled into the lungs they can be dangerous and create respiratory problems like Asthma.

  • When it thunders and rains Basidiospores can settle on your roof, gutters and the exterior of your home. Basidiospores are spores produced by mushrooms, wood decay fungi, and other outdoor molds. They cause what is un-scientifically known as Thunderstorm Fever.

  • Children are more susceptible to mold related issues than adults.

  • In 2015, There were more than 365,000 fires in U.S. homes.

  • Fires can easily be created from un-c