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Toxic Mold Solutions DVD

Need help cutting through all the media hype and misinformation about mold? This educational documentary provides accurate and useful information to answer all of your mold questions.This documentary provides concise information about toxic mold and interviews with industry experts, to help you solve real mold problems!

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Do I Need a Mold Inspector or Remediator?

Mold growth is virtually inevitable if a moisture problem is not controlled. If you think you have a mold problem, hire a mold inspection expert to determine the extent of any contamination. In addition to discovering the type and extent of a mold problem, a professional mold inspector will look for the source of your moisture intrusion. Moisture problems need to be identified and corrected as soon as possible because mold can start to grow within 24 to 48 hours after an intrusion.

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About Us

Our national referral program connects Certified Mold Inspectors and Mold Remediation Contractors with home owners or building owners concerned with the following:

  • Toxic Mold Testing
  • Carpet Sampling
  • Construction Mold Problems
  • Pre-Purchase Inspection
  • Preventative Mold Treatments
  • Household Moisture Assessment
  • Moisture intrusion detection (Leak Detection)
  • Mold Remediation

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