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Mold Testing is a Bad Idea?

Tuesday, 11 December 2012 by
mold testing

Mold Testing is a Bad Idea? “Mold testing” is commonly requested. People like the idea of collecting samples and getting actual data back from a microbiological lab, but mold testing results are highly variable and easily misinterpreted. For there to be statistical significance in the results there must be many samples collected, and most project

Water

Indoor Environmental Assessments – The 3 C’s Indoor environmental professionals (IEPs) are a well-rounded lot. They are trained in building science, construction techniques, mechanical systems, and how to perform healthy building inspections. As with every profession, IEPs rely on guidance documents with definitions and criteria for discussing scenarios they commonly encounter. Indoor Environmental Assessments –

tips for a healthy home

Tips for a Healthy Home – Keep It Dry Keep Water Out Excess moisture is at the center of many problems relating to durability and indoor air quality. If we build structures that won’t rot or support mold growth, we will both increase the longevity of those buildings and reduce the health risks of living

mold and water damage resources

Mold and Water Damage Resources These websites offer great information about mold and water damage, and mold remediation and water damage restoration. There are many mold and water damage resources out there, and we cannot come close to listing them all, but we feel these are useful resources for most people looking for a primer.

Asthma and Allergy Resources It can be challenging to find asthma and allergy resources that are easy to understand and helpful. We often find ourselves in homes with children (and adults) with asthma, and they are unaware of what we consider “the basics” of managing indoor irritants and asthma triggers. Some basic self education is definitely

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