Building Sickness


How to Prevent Mold Growth House and Home

How to Prevent Mold   Mold Mold contamination can be a real chore to scrub away, especially if it is allowed to get out of hand. Just as an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, keeping mold from emerging in the first place will save you much time and painstaking effort removing …

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Mold Grows In Damp,Dark,Hidden And Feast

Common Types of  Mold in Buildings   A little knowledge can go a long way, and this is undoubtedly true of indoor mold contamination. Being aware of the different types of mold that are likely to manifest inside a home or office makes the process of removing that contamination that much easier. Often, people who are ignorant …

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Is There Indoor Allergens Invading Your Home?

Mold Allergies – Causes and Cures        Mold allergies are caused by mold spores that you breathe in or consume with your food. Mold is one of the leading causes of seasonal allergies and pollen from trees, grass, and weeds. People who have asthma may suffer more severe symptoms when they contact mold …

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Commercial Buildings Battling Mold

Commercial buildings are increasingly battling mold problems. By Natalie Kostelni, Staff Writer, Philadelphia Business Journal, February 6, 2004 While mold’s become a common problem in residential properties, it’s now also an issue in commercial buildings — feeding on the “sick building” phenomenon. Energy-saving construction techniques and cellulose-based and processed-wood building materials with higher paper content …

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Victim of Toxic Mold Poisoning

Guam Teachers’ Group Claims Library Mold Killed Aide American Libraries Online, American Library Association, January 2, 2004 The Guam Federation of Teachers has claimed that exposure to toxic mold in the library of the Jose Rios Middle School contributed to the December 23 death of a school aide. “Six people have gotten sick, and they …

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