Posted on 4/6/2015 6:00 AM By Keith Savino
It is finally here. Spring has arrived. The ice on your roof and yard has finally disappeared, the snow is gone and you are certainly ready to get out in the yard and clean up, plant flowers, enjoy sitting on your deck.
But before you pick up your shovel and bring out the lawnmower, you may want to check your house for moisture. Snow and ice melt often equate to wet conditions in the walls, under the carpets, between the insulation, under the paneling and throughout the basement. It is vital that you dry the water in your home because mold can begin growing in wet spots in as little as 24 hours.