If you visit the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s Mold Resources Web site, you’ll find information on duct cleaning as a method for dealing with mold. It actually is quite useful because it goes beyond mold investigation and remediation and looks at other supposed benefits of duct cleaning and gives advice on choosing a good inspector. At Advance Mold Remediation, we know a thing or two about duct cleaning and believe this is a worthwhile site that consumers should use to avoid unscrupulous duct cleaning companies.
Archive for July, 2010
Have you checked your house for signs of mold? If not, check out earlier post to learn what you should be looking for. Of course the problem is, many of these signs indicate only that you could have mold. Often you don’t see the mold itself, and it’s difficult to check the place where there’s an indication of mold. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a page dedicated to this “hidden mold.”
Lately, indoor air has come under more scrutiny as we learn more about the presence and effects of mold and other indoor air contaminants. As you seek ways of keeping yourself safe from these dangers, the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) can be a helpful resource.