Are we poisoning ourselves with products?
Saturday, December 30th, 2017 | Categories: Bacteria Health Risks, Children and Mold, Indoor Air Quality, Sick Building | No Comments
New Year – Better Health. Perhaps the better question is: Why are we using products in our homes and bodies that have known toxicity? Recently I have been reading a great deal about common products we find in our homes and the epidemic of immune diseases and chemical sensitivities that many of us suffer from. […]Read More »
Is your Indoor Air a Cloud of Pollution?
Tuesday, December 26th, 2017 | Categories: Black Mold, Children and Mold, Indoor Air Quality, Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
The air in our buildings are often 2 to 5 times more toxic than outdoor air. We often overlook indoor air quality when we consider the factors that influence our health and our wellbeing. You spend approximately half of your life at home, so it’s important to make sure you aren’t spending your time sitting […]Read More »
Accidental Exposure to “Spice” creates hazards for First Responders
Sunday, December 3rd, 2017 | Categories: Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
Cops on ‘Spice’ Raids Getting High by Accident None By Margaret Farley Steele Thursday, November 30, 2017 THURSDAY, Nov. 30, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Police and federal agents cracking down on the makers of “designer drugs” like Spice are getting high from the mind-altering substances themselves, a new U.S. government report shows. After one raid, […]Read More »
Suffering from Mold Illness? You may be genetically predisposed.
Friday, September 22nd, 2017 | Categories: Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
Found this great article that I think my clients will find important. We have long known that about 25% of us are highly sensitive to mold exposure in even low dosages. There may be help for those who suffer. Cheryl Ciecko writes about: Genetic Testing for Mold Sensitivity- looking for the HLA-Dr Gene. This article […]Read More »
Is Mold Growth or Damage Covered by Insurance?
Saturday, September 16th, 2017 | Categories: Black Mold, Children and Mold, Commercial Inspections, Flooding, Humidity, Mold Solutions, Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
Is mold covered by my Homeowners (HO) or Business Owners (BO) Insurance? If you have discovered mold growths in your home you might ask the above question. Some of my clients assume that the insurance policy they have been paying for years will have their back. However, the truth, can be a disappointment for many. […]Read More »
That Organic Mom Blog Site Features Our Work
Friday, September 15th, 2017 | Categories: Children and Mold, Crawl Space, Indoor Air Quality, Sick Building, Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
We are always delighted to help our clients with their health concerns at home or work. We recently met Rebecca Huff at her home and learned of her Blog intended to help others with health problems due to environmental exposures. Its a awful thing to be ill and even worse to suspect the conditions within […]Read More »
Air Quality On The Road
Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 | Categories: Black Mold, Children and Mold, Mold Solutions, Toxic Mold, Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality, Trucks and RVs | No Comments
Indoor Air Quality On The Road Most of us spend a huge amount of time on the road commuting to work and traveling all over our great country. So what about the air in your car, truck or RV? Cabin Air Filters: Cabin air filters function much like the air filters in your home. Designed […]Read More »
3 Keys to Toxic Mold Illness Prevention
Thursday, June 15th, 2017 | Categories: Black Mold, Commercial Building Inspections, Humidity, Indoor Air Quality, Sick Building | No Comments
3 Keys to Mold Illness Prevention: Understanding the THREE KEYS to mold illness prevention can save your families health and avoid costly repairs. 1.Have your home or building professionally inspected by a indoor Air Quality Professional annually. 2. Eliminate sources of dampness, high humidity and moisture to prevent mold growth. 3. Increase ventilation and proper […]Read More »
Things You Should Know about Building Related Illness (BRI)
Thursday, June 8th, 2017 | Categories: Black Mold, Children and Mold, Indoor Air Quality, Sick Building, Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
What is a Building Related Illness? The term building-related illness (BRI) is used to describe illnesses occurring in a specific indoor environment. Our clients often experience symptoms of various illnesses only in one indoor environment. BRI are real and can be experienced at home, work, hotel rooms or other environments including airplanes and vehicles. Negative […]Read More »
Red Flags and Mold Inspections
Sunday, May 21st, 2017 | Categories: Indoor Air Quality, Mold Lab, Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
When performing Mold and Indoor Air Quality investigations we look for one or more “Red Flags” through our process. We often find several. Often times property owners may see some of the factors but don’t connect the dots that show interrelated factors. We start each investigation by asking a series of questions relative to the general […]Read More »