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Spring Has Sprung, And So Have Mold Spores
Spring Has Sprung, And So Have Mold Spores

Spring cleaning stands strong as an annual tradition for many, and it’s easy to see why. With the renewal of the warmth comes the overall sense of renewal in one’s life, thereby begging us to take action so that our homes may feel equally rejuvenated. But what if we told you that cleaning...

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Mold Assessors vs. Remediators: What to Know About State Licensing Requirements
Mold Assessors vs. Remediators: What to Know About State Licensing Requirements

As of July 1, 2010, mold assessors and remediators alike have been required under Chapter 468, Part XVI of the Florida Statutes to become licensed by Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). The problem? Not all customers looking for mold help will know what...

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New Year, Pure Air & Pure Dedication with Coastal Air Assessments
New Year, Pure Air & Pure Dedication with Coastal Air Assessments

The New Year heralds with it new beginnings and new opportunities to start fresh. And what better to way invest in a refresh than to literally breathe in a breath of fresh air? Regardless of whether you’re a real estate agent, remediation professional, or homeowner with your family’s health at...

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April Showers, May Mold: Not The Bloom You Were Looking For
April Showers, May Mold: Not The Bloom You Were Looking For

Despite holding the nickname of the “Sunshine State,” rainy days are just as common as beach days here in Florida. And when that rain gets inside, it can very easily, well, rain on your parade. Specifically, according to the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), it is critical that one...

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5 HVAC Care Tips for a Warm and Cozy Home in Winter
5 HVAC Care Tips for a Warm and Cozy Home in Winter

WINTER is coming! And don’t be a Jon Snow who doesn’t know nothing! Although Florida remains relatively warm throughout the winter season, weather shifts may be quite frequent and severe. Make sure that your HVAC system is operating properly before moving into your house in Florida...

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Simple Solutions to Maintain Quality Indoor Air
Simple Solutions to Maintain Quality Indoor Air

Simple Solutions to Maintain Quality Indoor Air that Most Households Failed to Implement Do you ever consider how safe the air in your home is? Would you believe that the air quality inside your home is more polluted than the air outside? Yes, you read that correctly. Most people, however, take...

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8 Ways For A Cozy Workspace At Home
8 Ways For A Cozy Workspace At Home

These days, we are all encouraged to stay at home, which is safer and smarter. But at some point, we all need to work – may you be an employee, or running your business, or starting as an entrepreneur- working from home is the better option. And hey, appreciate that you don’t need to travel

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Sick Building Syndrome
Sick Building Syndrome

Sick building syndrome: The term “sick building syndrome” (SBS) is used to describe situations in which building occupants experience acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building, but no specific illness or cause can be identified. The complaints may be...

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Understanding IAQ – Indoor Air Quality
Understanding IAQ – Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality is defined by the depiction of concentrations of pollutants and thermal conditions that may negatively affect the health, comfort, and performance of a building’s occupants.  Indoor pollution sources that release gases or particles into the air are a primary cause of...

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Guide to Understanding Mold, Symptoms, Causes and Remediation
Guide to Understanding Mold, Symptoms, Causes and Remediation

Mold 411: Mold is found everywhere.  Mold is a type of fungus and can be identified in different shades of white, black, green, orange, and purple, have a fuzzy or flat look, and grows both outside and inside the home.  With thousands of different variations, mold breaks down organic...

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Mold Facts and Why Testing is Important
Mold Facts and Why Testing is Important

What Makes Mold Grow? Mold only needs a few things to grow and become a very big problem: Nutrients (aka food) Optimal place to grow Moisture – any kind Mold Testing, Why? -You notice a mold smell “wet sock or musty”, mold is visual, or someone is showing negative health   symptoms that...

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Tis the Season for…. Mold?  Protect your Holiday Decorations
Tis the Season for…. Mold? Protect your Holiday Decorations

Ahh, the sights, sounds and smells of the holiday season invoking fond memories, traditions, and good cheer.  Enjoying the excitement of transforming your home with bright lights and treasured holiday décor, the last thing you want to unpack from your stored decorations is MOLD! Some...

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