Monthly Archives: December 2008

Bye Bye Mold

Selling your house? Buying a new house? Pre-remediation? Post-remediation? You Need Mold Testing. Mold is pathogenic, allergenic and/or toxic. If you have mold, you need the ByeBye Mold team. We have outstanding skills, an outstanding team, and extensive experience in … Continue reading

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After the Flood: Mold

Think of the mold issues in that basement and the apartment complex at the end of the video–and all the rest of those flooded houses. Let’s hope these people have mold insurance. Tweet

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Mold, Mold, who’s got the mold?

You know that saying “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire” ? It applies to mold. It’s also true that when there’s a little mold….there’s more. The spot you see on your bathroom grout, that area by the baseboard…those are just the … Continue reading

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Before You Restore, Check for Mold

After the flood or the leak, get a dehumidifier. You can rent these from your local hardware store. Keep an eye on it so that you empty it in a timely fashion. But usually there’s more to do. Water damage … Continue reading

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The Mold/Insurance Two-Step

Before 2003, the number of mold claims equalled fire claims each year; but when insurers realized that toxic mold losses would be extensive (including the cost of illness and deaths from toxic mold), not only did they stop insuring against … Continue reading

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Suwannee County Fire Station Officially Infested with Mold

County Fire/Rescue Station 3 in Branford is hiring a firm to remove mold. Because firefighters were constantly getting sick, Landwise Inspection Services was hired. Crew’s symptoms included flu-like symptoms, their noses bleeding, not feeling very well. Testing revealed evidence of … Continue reading

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Public Suffering from Inadequate Management

Low-income renters are suffering from poor housing conditions which in the current economy are only going to get worse. Mold, whether visible or hidden, contributes to health problems such as asthma. The limited rental market provides few housing choices. If … Continue reading

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Indoor Air Quality: IAQ Reference Guide

This guidance provides common-sense measures for preventing, diagnosing, and resolving most indoor air problems with minimal cost and involvement. This guide helps schools understand how IAQ problems develop, the importance of good IAQ, and its impact on students, staff, and … Continue reading

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How to Order the Action Kit

The IAQ Tools for Schools Action Kit and its components are available free of charge and can be obtained from EPA’s National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP): P.O. Box 42419 Cincinnati, OH 45242-0419 Website: www.epa.gov/nscep Phone: 1-800-490-9198 Fax: (301) … Continue reading

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Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools

The EPA offers the Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools (IAQ TfS) Action Kit IAQ TfS Action Kit shows schools how to carry out a practical plan to improve indoor air problems at little- or no-cost using straightforward activities and … Continue reading

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