So you suspect your chronic sinusitis, your persistent cough, your year-round allergies, your frequent headaches, your kids’ asthma, might be caused by exposure to indoor mold. The question is, where? Of course, the first place to look is in your home, because that’s where you spend most of your time.
But maybe you don’t own your home. Maybe you rent. That makes it more complicated. If you incurred the expense of a professional mold inspection, say from 1-800-GOT-MOLD?, what would you do with the information? If a mold test discovered a mold problem, you can’t just proceed with hiring a remediation contractor. It’s not your property.
Maybe the problem is where you work. Chances are, if you’re a teacher or an office worker, your employer will not be falling all over himself to hire a professional inspection company based on your health complaints. And you don’t have the authority to call in the mold squad yourself. What to do? Testing mold is a daunting proposition for many.
The GOT MOLD? Test Kit is the perfect secret weapon. You can follow the clear instructions and do a preliminary screening of your home for a fraction of the cost of a professional inspection and with more usable information than any other home mold test kit. Read the rest of this entry »
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