Wednesday, June 27, 2012

MOULDANDMORE can deliver you the following services: Quote / Inspection and finding Likely source of Mould Issue Moisture Tests, Humidity Tests Written Report if required Mould Testing and clearance Testing (If required) Removal of Mould
•In understanding how exposure to mould might cause or contribute to illnesses it is useful to distinguish among the meanings of the words allergenic, pathogenic, and toxic effects that exposure to something might explain.
•Allergenic- causing allergic Reactions - rhinitis, sinusitis, asthma, skin problems, other
•Pathogenic- Produces Infections, caused by pathogens such as bacteria or viruses
•Mould Smell Illnesses - headaches, vomiting, nausea, blocked noses, and asthmatic [MVOC's--DF]
•Toxic Illnesses - where mould is involved, may be produced by mycotoxins that are produced by some, not all, mould species. Note that even for a "toxic" mould species; the actual level of toxicity can vary significantly depending on growing conditions such as the growth substrate (what the mould is feeding-on), humidity, moisture, and other factors. Mould remediation team

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