September 17, 2021

Those long hours leading up to natural water events like hurricanes can be terrifying. Between keeping yourself and your family safe, as well as preparing your home as much as possible, it’s a chaotic and adrenaline-infused time.

And no matter how much you prepare, sometimes Mother Nature just has other plans. As we just saw with Hurricane Ida, massive flooding can destroy homes and livelihoods and lead to serious water damage in the era of climate change.

If you’re in the middle of dealing with a water-damaged home or want to be prepared for the situation in case it ever happens, here are six pro steps for protecting your home from mold after flooding.

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About Steve and Katie Keene:
Steve and Katie have dealt with many challenges. Being a special needs family presents many complex challenges to family life. As they overcame these challenges, they realized that their favorite times were those when they were sharing their successes with other people, and they were sharing what they had done to help themselves. That is why they are excited to share the things that they have learned on their journey through marriage, parenting, special needs parenting, and a life that ties all these things together. Each week they are going to give insight to systems that you can use to deal with grief, improve your health, enhance your relationships, and stabilize your finances.

About Michael Rubino
Michael Rubino, Author of The Mold Medic: An Expert’s Guide on Mold Removal, is the authority on mold remediation. As President of HomeCleanse, Rubino specializes in working with people who are immunocompromised or have acute and sustained reactions to mold exposure. Rubino provides solutions that not only get rid of mold sources, but also get rid of the contamination created by those mold sources using his proprietary “Home Detox” method. He is a council certified Mold Remediator by IICRC and ACAC and a contributing member, sponsor, and speaker for the Indoor Air Quality Association.