Monthly Archives: June 2009

Showers Bring Mold

Just a reminder to you folks experiencing a lot of rain. Dry it up ASAP. Don’t let it sit around, or you’ll be fighting that mold battle. I tried to post the national news report here, but they’re not publishing … Continue reading

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There’s Old School, and There’s Mold School

Guilford County Health Dept has a moldy school on their hands. Oak Ridge Elementary is going to be closed this summer for mold clean-up after being directed by the health department to: Clean and repair the heat, ventilation and air … Continue reading

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After the flood, the mold lingers

We’re still seeing the effects of last years floods, not just in the homes where the flooding occurred, but also in the people who live in those houses. Mold presents a set of symptoms which are often misdiagnosed. Like coughing. … Continue reading

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To Dry Up the Mold, Dry up the water

To dry up the mold, dry up the water. That could be a hard thing to do during the rainy season. Rain can expose your house to all kinds of stresses. The leaking roof is the first thing you think … Continue reading

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Mold Denial doesn’t make it go away

In spite of low-income housing residents who fell ill with swollen eyes, flu-like symptoms and respiratory problems two days after moving in, and county-commissioned lab tests identifying four mold species (including Penicillium, Aspergillus and Cladosporium) listed by the federal government … Continue reading

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Another Victory for Mold

Re: Marceau v. Blackfeet Housing. The U.S. Supreme Court has chosen not to examine if the federal government bears responsibility for toxic, mold-infested homes built on the Blackfeet Reservation with federal money. American Indians say the houses sickened their families … Continue reading

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