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The questions below may help determine if you have a mold problem.

  • Have you had water damage as a result of leaking pipes, flooding or similar situation?
  • Do you have stained or discolored walls, ceilings or floors?
  • Is mold visible on walls or other surfaces?
  • Was any area of the building wet or damp for a period exceeding 48 hours?
  • Have you noticed a persistent, musty odor?
  • Have you noticed water collecting (or areas that are chronically damp) in your basement or attic?
  • Do your windows or roof leak?
  • Do you have concerns regarding the quality of your house or building's construction?
  • Is anyone in your environment experiencing one or more of the following symptoms on a continuing basis?

    Runny nose or eyes
    Loss of memory
    Cold and flu symptoms
    Bloody nose or coughing up blood
    Difficulty breathing
    Chronic fatigue
    Increased asthma or allergy symptoms
    Difficulty concentrating or thinking clearly
    Vomiting or diarrhea
    General difficulty functioning or learning

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have a mold problem requiring immediate attention.


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