Let Rick help break the hold mold has on your home!
Mold or mildew problems in your house can cause allergies, headaches, and a range of respiratory issues. It’s bad stuff. When the goal is getting rid of mold, Rick gets results. He solves your home’s mold issues once and for all, making him a respected ally in the war on mold. If you suspect your home has a mold problem, we recommend A Healthier Home Exam, which offers a focus on mold and mold-related issues.
Step 1: Start with A Healthier Home Exam
Rick comes to your home and conducts a question and review process. You share the symptoms of the mold problem you’ve noticed.
Step 2: The Scope of the Problem
When you pay attention to headaches, itchy skin, respiratory allergies, and similar health stressors, your observations offer a starting point for the types of comprehensive, targeted investigation at hand.
- What physical symptoms are you or family members experiencing?
- Are these worse in some parts of the home than in others?
- What areas of the home do you suspect could be contributing to the problem?
- When is the last time you paid attention to your home’s drainage systems and duct work?
Rick works with you side-by-side to determine the scope of the problem, where the mold started, where it is now, and how severe the situation really is.
Step 3: The Mold Test
Mold testing may be warranted, but it’s common to wait on results and still not know what to do. The science behind the solution helps Rick determine the cause and the type of clean up that’s needed- right now, no waiting.
Step 4: Mold Problem Solved
The clean-up of a mold problem should also include ways prevent it ever coming back. The development of a complete solution includes a regular maintenance plan that will help you fix the problem so it will stay fixed.
Now, talking with Rick is easier than ever! Reserve your complementary conversation HERE.
“Mold in the Southern Appalachians: Identifying, Preventing and Managing Mold Issues and Mold Related Illness”
By Rick Bayless
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