Heavy rainfall could cost you big money in the form of Mold!
We have seen lots of rain these past few months. That could cost you money in the form of mold and fungus building up in your home or business.
The moisture gets absorbed into the wood and other elements of your home or business. Mold and fungus buildup could mean replacing your floor or other parts of your home or business. That type of mold damage could potentially cost you thousands dollars in repair cost.
Do you think your insurance will cover that? Think again. They often don’t cover mold related damages to your home or business.
DryZone offer mold testing, removal and remediation for your home or business. Give us a call today, find out how DryZone can help you!
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Interviewee: Female, 35. Volunteer with Respond and Rebuild
Interviewee: Tom Corcoran
Interviewer: Okay, so thank you for agreeing to be interviewed. I have several questions about your experience of the storm to get a sense of what happened and what is happening. You don’t have to answer any of the questions that you’re not comfortable answering if you don’t want to. You can just skip them and move along. So I have questions more focused on your experience of the storm, and then a second set that are more focused on general things like the storm’s causes. So to begin briefly, tell me about your experience of Sandy.
Woman: The actual storm?
Interviewer: Yes. Were you here? Were you close by?
Woman: Yeah, I was in Brooklyn. I was in Fort Greene. Honestly, like, while the storm was starting, I was still kind of preparing. I really didn’t think…
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Since Environmental Protection Agency studies have shown that levels of air pollutants indoors may be much greater than outdoor air pollution, a better question might be…
“How much of health risk is my home?”
The average person spends as much as 90% of their time indoors and that figure spells serious trouble for anyone with allergy or respiratory issues. One way to determine whether you have an indoor air quality problem is to look at how you or those in your household feel when home:
1. Do you or others sneeze and cough in your home?
2. Do you or others in your home often have an irritated throat, nose or eyes?
3. Do you or others in your home wake up congested or with a headache?
4. If you or others in your home have any of the above symptoms, are they more common in a certain…
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