The quality of the air we breathe is becoming a growing concern nationwide. The mold and fungi issue is a major one that has states such as New York proposing health laws that will require all public buildings to have an indoor air quality monitor program in place.
The longer a mold issue goes unaddressed, the bigger the problem becomes along with the cost required to correct it. The earlier a mold problem is detected, the easier and less costly it is to fix it.
Most IAQ (indoor air quality) control experts are approaching the mold problem with a pro-active rather than a re-active approach. The same holds true with Read more