Mold Could Impact the Health of My Family: the number one concern people have about mold.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2013
Mold Inspection Sciences of Los Angeles just completed a survey of local, Southern California residents to find out what concerned them most about mold. The survey was simple and contained only one question: "What concerns you most about mold?" The company compiled the results and the following are the three most common answers.
#1 - "It could make me and my family sick." This was the number one response by a large margin. Mold can cause or contribute to a variety of health problems and ailments. The participants also commented that this would be the compelling reason for enlisting a company to perform a mold inspection of their home or office.
#2 - "It will cause damage to my home or office and could cost a significant amount of money to remove." Mold and moisture problems left unaddressed can cause property damage that is expensive to repair. The best approach is early detection through a proper, certified mold inspection and mold testing.
#3 - "Buying a new home or investment property with a hidden mold problem." Purchasing a new home or investment property is stressful. It's a big commitment and one wants to make certain there are no unforeseen problems that could cost money in the future. Including a mold inspection as part of the due diligence of a purchase will help ensure the home is free of moisture and mold problems.
Important and useful consumer information about mold inspection and mold testing can also be found on Mold Inspection Sciences’ blog: (blog.moldinspectionsciences.com). This blog contains information about mold myths, mold and health, allergies, mold remediation and removal, symptoms of mold exposure, and other mold-related topics.
Mold Inspection Sciences of Los Angeles, California is a professional, certified mold inspection and mold testing company, founded in 2002 to help homeowners and business owners inspect and test their properties for mold to ensure the health and safety of the occupants.