This five-part series on mold problems alerted you to things to look for whether you’re buying, selling, or simply wanting to live out your days in your home. If you’ve found something of concern, you’ll want to take immediate action.
Here are some links to checklists and other resources that may be helpful in your research for the right answers for your and your family’s specific circumstances.
Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) – Standards
Vickie Swenson, Minnesota Mold
The Mold Survival Guide: For Your Home and Your Health, Jeffrey C. May (available on Amazon)
Surviving Mold, Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker
We are happy to answer questions within our area of expertise (carpet cleaning, water damage restoration, and odor removal) at any time. For all health-related concerns, we urge you to contact your physician.
In Part 1 of this series, we introduced the reasons why mold is a growing concern. In Part 2 of this series, we address symptoms that may mean mold is present. In Part 3, we discuss smells that you may notice. In Part 4, we alert you to sights you may not recognize as an indication of mold.
Note to readers: The information contained in this series is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be construed as advice or any claim promising a particular outcome. You should perform your own independent analysis to verify the accuracy of any information provided in this article.Prev: Dust Mites: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowNext: 1 Simple Reason to Clean GreenView All Resources