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Do you want to learn more about the indoor air quality in your home, how to prevent mold in your home, or have questions for our experts? Keeping our clients’ best interests in mind, Indoor Air Quality Services now organizes group Zoom meetings to improve support for our new and existing clients! Whether you’re considering having air quality testing performed or you’re an existing customer who has questions, we want to help you.
The health consequences of poor indoor air quality cannot be overstated. Our team is committed to keeping you informed on the presence of mold in your property so that you can take all necessary steps to make sure you and your family are living in a healthy and safe environment.
Topics We Are Covering Include:
- Why & How to Measure Levels of Airborne Pollutants in Your Home
- Review of Lab Results Showing Pollutant Levels & Types Compared to Guidelines
- Identifying Root Causes of Elevated Pollutants Such as Mold
- Steps To Reduce & Prevent Future Buildup of Mold & Other Pollutants
- Indoor Air Quality Assessment Deliverables
- Q & A
We look forward to meeting you!
We face a twofold problem here: mold toxicity can be very high and, at the same time, very difficult to detect. Sometimes, months, even years, can pass with members of your family experiencing symptoms of illness like skin rashes, itching, sinus issues, insomnia, sore throat, anxiety, or worsening asthma, without realizing that the cause of the issue is mold growth.
Keep in mind that not all mold looks the same, it varies in color and shape, so what may look like a simple stain or harmless dot could actually be mold. If there is humidity, there’s usually mold, and some of it should strictly be handled by a professional, such as black mold. We want you to be empowered with information so you can act as quickly as possible to avoid emergencies or costly damages.