During the past couple weeks, we’ve blogged about how quickly mold can spread. Another common question is how long people have until mold exposure makes them sick. Unfortunately, there’s no one set answer or range of answers for this. However, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published this guide on the health effects of mold that can shed some light on the topic. This guide is meant for doctors, so we’ll pull out few useful points.
Archive for August, 2010
On our homepage, we proudly state that we’re a member of the National Association of Mold Professionals (NAMP). It’s a relationship that’s extremely beneficial for us and can benefit you as well. Here’s how.
While discussing mold prevention last week, we mentioned the timeframe for mold growth. This week we’d like to elaborate on that a little more to give you a better picture of the speed of mold growth.
At Advance Mold Remediation, we stand ready to help eliminate any mold problem that develops in your home or office. However, the best option for homeowners is to avoid mold growth in the first place. The main thing to remember about mold is that it needs a damp environment to grow, so we wanted to offer some suggestions for reducing moisture and humidity in your home courtesy of the Environmental Protections Agency’s (EPA’s) Web site.