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 »
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 »
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 »
DIY Mold Removal- Hurts more than it helps!
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 | Categories: Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
I’m a hands on Do It Yourself (DIY) kinda guy so I get it. The truth is you might love a good DIY project yourself – but not all DIY Projects will love you back. As my wife often tells me…. some jobs need to be left to the professionals. Good advice. When it comes […]Read More »
Too much of a Good Thing? Humidity
Friday, October 21st, 2011 | Categories: Toxic Mold,Indoor Air Quality | No Comments
How much moisture in a home is “normal”? The answer is different in every home. Moisture is generated by multiple factors such as: •Home many people live in the home? •How much cooking, like boiling pots and baking, is being done? •How “tight” is the home? Outdoor to indoor air exchanges. •Is the home a […]Read More »