Serious Mold Requires a Professional Remediation Team with Proper Equipment

When it comes to major mold problems, you need to go well beyond do-it-yourself attempts. You need a team of licensed professionals. That’s us at Green Star Eco Services. There is an old saying that experts live and breathe their work. Well, if you have mold, then you might be literally breathing in spores from […]

Posted 08/20/2018 by
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Common Types of Mold Found in Houston and other regions of Texas

Ever noticed that some mold looks like black speckles and other mold looks like greenish water stains? It’s not that the mold is in a different stage of growth. The appearance of mold varies by species. Which do we see in homes and businesses when we come in to remediate? There is the notorious black […]

Posted 07/24/2018 by
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How to Clean Your House Exterior: Call Us for Eco-friendly Restoration

Do you find yourself taking a power-washer to your house only to see mold and mildew quickly reappear on the siding, deck or other surfaces? You need something to actually kill the mold and prevent regrowth. Did you use bleach? There are a couple of key problems with bleach. First of all, it is not […]

Posted 06/26/2018 by
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How Proper Mold Remediation Works & What to Expect

Do you smell something? If you detect a musty odor, a mold community is expanding in your home. Mold can take root anywhere there is organic matter, such as wood, and can manifest in new construction as well as old homes.

How HVAC Mistakes Can Lead to Mold Headaches

A seemingly perfectly maintained house can develop mold problems without immediate detection due to problems in an HVAC system. If the system was not properly installed or it is improperly operated, ripe conditions can create moisture in the HVAC that allows mold to lurk and grow.
For this reason, Green Star Eco Services likes to accompany HVAC companies on seasonal tune-up jobs and other home visits to inspect for mold in A/C ductwork, the plenum, supply boxes and other surrounding areas, such as ceilings and attics.

Many Houston Neighborhoods Still Recovering from Harvey

It continues to be a long, hard slog for many Houston homeowners trying to emerge from the mess created by the unprecedented flooding from Hurricane Harvey.

One factor that compounded the woes several months later was rushed restoration work at the outset. To be sure, some of the crews may have been well-intentioned, but they did not perform demolition and rebuilding work with mold abatement in mind. As a result, some Harvey-hit houses now need a professional-grade mold cleanup.