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I can answer questions on indoor mold, indoor air quality, asbestos, and indoor moisture problems. This includes mold testing and mold remediation. PLEASE indicate your state or region, so I can provide the best possible answer.
I have extensive experience in the investigation, testing, and remediation of indoor fungal (mold) infestations, including the design and oversight of remediation projects, hands-on cleaning and removal, and safe work practices. I developed a successful mold remediator training and certification program, and have trained many mold workers and remediation supervisors in proper techniques. I have a strong knowledge of the ways in which moisture and airlow patterns in buildings can affect fungal growth and air quality.
BS Cornell University. IAQA Certified Mold Remediator. 40-hour HAZWOPER certification. NYS Department of Health Certified Training Director.
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Jennifer, A couple of things: Fiberglass duct needs to be cleaned VERY gently, otherwise fiberglass particles can be dislodged. In my opinion, fiberglass ducts and fiberglass-lined metal ducts are
Michelle, Without seeing the pipe insulation I can't say for sure. However most wrapped asbestos pipe insulation has asbestos in the wrap, but not always. If the wrap was falling off, it is more likely
Michelle, Without knowing specific details about this building, and with no air testing results or abatement documents to review, I can only give a general opinion about your situation. If the asbestos-containing
Dan, If you occupy the basement, then test the basement in the occupied area. If you also occupy the first level above the basement, then I recommend testing that level as well. An inexpensive
Donna, Your problem with the A/C system could be simple to fix, like a fan speed adjustment and duct balancing. Or it could be more serious, like the system is sized improperly for your space and the