News Topic Home and Garden

News Topic: Home and Garden

News: ‘Finding Mold in a New Home’ – New Infographic Demonstrates How to Check for Mold Before It’s Too Late

Mortgage and Finance News: (PORTLAND, Ore.) Mold Inspection Sciences (MIS), one of the state's largest mold inspection and testing companies, has announced the publication of an infographic now available to view and download from the Mold Inspection Sciences website.

News: Lift and Care Systems Works with Homes for Our Troops to Install SureHands Body Support Systems in New Homes

Mortgage and Finance News: (LAKEVILLE, Mass.) Lift & Care Systems is proud to have a working relationship with, Homes for Our Troops, a non-profit organization that has a mission to build and donate specially adapted custom homes for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives.

News: Baltimore-Based Home Staging Firm Beautifying Home Interiors through E-Design

Mortgage and Finance News: (HAVRE DE GRACE, Md.) Care9 Redesign Home Staging, a Havre de Grace, Maryland based professional home staging and interior redesign firm, has taken their design services digital. Their e-design services now allow clients from anywhere in the world to get expert advice on staging and redesigning their home's interior while still enjoying the satisfaction of do-it-yourself project completion.

News: Mold Inspection Sciences Phoenix Announces Their New Expanded Testing Capabilities to Offer FLIR Infrared Camera Technology

Mortgage and Finance News: (PHOENIX, Ariz.) Mold Inspection Sciences (MIS) today announces the rollout of FLIR E6 Infrared Cameras across Mold Inspection Sciences service areas throughout Phoenix. The introduction of this advanced, non-invasive technology allows MIS field teams to zero in on and identify potential sources of moisture during testing and sampling investigations.

News: Will Victims of Irma Also Be Subject to Insurance Policy Renewal Surcharges?

Mortgage and Finance News: (BRADENTON, Fla.) Nearly 500,000 residential property owners across the State of Florida have already incurred substantial out-of-pocket expenses due Irma losses because of high hurricane claim deductibles, according to Consumer Insurance Trust LLC (Claim Forward). The standard hurricane deductible across most insurers is usually 2 percent of the dwelling value.