Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/17/2017 -- Hurricane season is underway, and Rightway Waterproofing Co. is advising residents to arm themselves with knowledge before
While the 2017 hurricane season is expected to be less severe than that of last year, residents are warned to continuously be checking their home to ensure that adequate waterproofing is in place. Hurricanes tend to peak in both intensity and number between June and November, and residents can quickly find themselves spending more on water damage cleanup in New Jersey homes if they are not careful.
One of the biggest dangers that homeowners face when it starts to rain is flooding, particularly basement flooding. Flooding is a frequent cause of mold, which can be dangerous as well as a hassle to remove. Residents in the area are advised to be proactive against the growth of mold in their homes following any kind of heavy rain.
Rightway Waterproofing Co. believes that mold removal services in NJ are important as soon as the storm ends. This company also advises property owners to remove any organic material from areas that may be prone to flooding, including cardboard and old newspapers; these materials are essentially "mold food," and can retain moisture and humidity, making them the perfect place to latch on and grow.
Interested parties can find out more important information about Rightway Waterproofing Co. and their services by calling 866-741-6190 or visiting online at https://www.rightwaywaterproofing.com/.
About Rightway Waterproofing Co.
For over two decades, Rightway Waterproofing Co. has been eradicating basement moisture, black mold, and mildew in New Jersey. Their goal is to provide the best basement waterproofing, basement finishing, and mold remediation services to each and every customer they come in contact with.
For more information, please visit http://www.rightwaywaterproofing.com/.