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Heaven Can Wait (Indoor Mold Case Study)

When inspecting for mold, it is easy to overlook items that in the past have been difficult to test, e.g. drapes, clothing and bedding, etc. New and improved technologies, such as InstaScope, give us the ability to easily inspect these items. Using this type of technology may save the lives of loved ones and speed recovery for those who have immunocompromised situations.

molds can cause allergies and asthma

Mold Allergy – Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factors

In order to recognize allergies to mold, so that you can take the necessary precautionary measures to avoid serious health issues, you need to be able to identify the signs of mold-triggered allergic reactions and learn how to alleviate them. The most common symptoms of mold exposure involve respiratory problems, neurological complaints, and irritations of the skin and the eyes. Well-insulated homes trap moisture indoors, creating perfect conditions for mold growth. Therefore, living in a home with poor ventilation can also increase the chance of developing a mold allergy (or aggravate already existing mold allergy symptoms).