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I am probably able to help you understand the mold problem you are having, why it is happening and what to do about it! Most mold problems small, thus easy and simple to remediate. Large mold problems are a different case! They can cause an entire home to be unhabitable!

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I am a residentail contractor with 29 years or experience remodeling, repairing and building homes. Throughout many of those I handled insurance damage restoration and remediation projects.


Fitchburg State College, Secondary Education Major, Industrial Ars specialty 1975 Water Damage Restoration certification from (IICRC) Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification 2000

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2016-11-21 Redwood deck:

Hi Jim, thanks for your question. I would mix up 80% water with 20 % bleach and a very small amount of Dawn dish washing liquid in a bucket. You can actually use any brand of dish washing liquid. Then

2016-09-08 Black Mold In My Apt:

Hi Jodi, you do have a problem that is for sure. The only way to stop the mold is stop the water and/or moisture from getting around and in that window. That has to be stopped from the outside. Ask them

2016-07-07 Mold, moisture in crawl space:

Hi Gary sounds like a serious problem from what you described. To prevent mold growth you need to stop the water from getting into the crawlspace.Also moisture in the air inside the crawl space needs to

2016-06-22 Asbestos:

Hi George, fist of all I doubt very much that the concrete contains asbestos. The dust you are getting is a breaking down chemically of the concrete. It happens often because of the reasons I described

2016-06-21 Asbestos:

Hi George, this happens a lot with concrete floors over time. The acids in rain that comes off the cars parked in the garage effects the concrete and "powdering" is one of the results. It can also be causes


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