Black Mold Causes Serious Health Problems for Many Home Owners

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Strains of toxic mold pose serious health risks for everyday households.

Stachybotrys and many other strains of toxic, health threatening Black Molds have become household words in the last couple of years. But what exactly is Black Mold? Now you can get all your black mold questions answered in one convenient location on the Internet, http://www.AskTheMoldExpert.com.

Heartbreaking stories of mold infestation have become a daily occurrence. Insurance companies are no longer insuring against mold. People are being forced out of homes that are so badly infested they can not afford to clean up the damage. Some people have even resorted to burning down their homes to get rid of the mold infestation. Even some businesses have had to shut down. And even worst, children and senior citizens are becoming seriously ill and even dying from airborne toxins released by the molds.

Mold has been around for hundreds of millions of years but we are just now discovering the major health hazards that it can cause. According to http://www.AskTheMoldExpert.com spokesman, James Jones, "Exposure to molds can cause asthma or hay fever like symptoms such as wheezing and nasal congestion as well as irritation to the skin. People with serious allergies to mold can suffer more severe reactions including fever and respiratory problems."

The goal of http://www.AskTheMoldExpert.com is to provide education and quality resources to homeowners wanting to prevent or eliminate black mold.

"Being highly allergic to black mold myself I did a lot of research into this subject," states James Jones, the man behind http://www.AskTheMoldExpert.com. "I decided to share my findings with everyone who has this problem."

http://www.AskTheMoldExpert.com has done extensive research into the causes, prevention, and elimination of black mold. They have compiled this information and are making it readily available to everyone.

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