About Us


Devastation left by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.


It all started while volunteering to help people clean up after the devastation left by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.  The first catastrophe was caused by the wind and the rain.  The second catastrophe came six to eight weeks later when mold set in and damaged homes even further.


Water damage left unattended.

We were volunteering a month after the storm, and it was amazing to see how many people still had not addressed the moisture problem in their home.  The wet drywall, soaked insulation, and soggy storage boxes still sat there, to the point where we could smell, and sometimes see the mold beginning to decompose their personal belongings.  It occurred to us that too many people were unaware of the hazardous impacts of mold and mold exposure.

We created removemoldguide.com to help educate people so they can keep their homes safe and clean, and thereby keep loved ones healthy in their own homes.  We hope the information here will help you.  If you have any questions, please post it in the comment sections at the bottom of the page and we will respond!



5 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Hello,

    I came across your site while looking for more information about black mold a couple of days ago. I enjoyed your posts about it.

    I’ve made a page about black mold myself, including a comprehensive guide to spotting it, cleaning it, and the effects it can have on health.

    I’d be happy to share it with you if you were interested in taking a look.

    You’ll surely find it useful.



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  3. Thanks for compiling and sharing your mould knowledge. This is the best web site I’ve found. However, we can’t buy borax in the UK. Is there an alternative alkaline solution?

  4. Is there anything I can clean wood furniture with to prevent mold. I know furniture polish will cause a build up and mold loves that?

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