Mold Prevention Questions and Answers
Molds need moisture and a food source. Good food sources for molds are cloth, wood, wallboard and insulation, but molds can grow on almost anything. Water or moisture is the factor that facilitates mold growth. When there is a wet surface or material that is not dried or discarded promptly (for example, water discharged from a burst pipe), molds can grow within 24 to 48 hours in the area. Read this PDF document for further information.
Author: Greg Bercutt, Owner
Interview with: Endurance Bio Barrier, a Mold Prevention Product
Business Interviews: Craig Russell, InfoFAQ
Other Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Frequently Asked Questions About Mold Prevention and Removal
Mold Prevention Interview
Mold Prevention FAQ by Craig Russell
What is Mold?
Where does mold come from?
What environment does mold live in?
Why is mold a problem?
Is mold hazardous to human health?
What are the symptoms of mold ingestion?
Is black mold especially dangerous?
What is Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra)?
How does a person become exposed to mold?
How can mold be identified?
How does mold grow?
Should I test for mold?
What are mycotoxins?
Why are mycotixins dangerous?
How is mold controlled?
Why is EBB the best solution to mold problems?
Endurance BioBarrier Interview
Endurance BioBarrier FAQ by Greg Bercutt
What is Endurance BioBarrier?
Who Should use Endurance BioBarrier?
Who is Currently Benefiting from Endurance BioBarrier?
Why is Endurance BioBarrier Superior to Other Mold Prevention Products?
Is Endurance BioBarrier Non Toxic?
What is Endurance BioBarrier Cleaner Prep?
Does Endurance BioBarrier Provide Long Term Mold Protection?
Why is Endurance BioBarrier so Different at Preventing Mold? by Chemist Jim Stanley
How does Endurance BioBarrier Prevent Mold from Growing? by Chemist Jim Stanley
Consumer Safety and Information
A Brief Guide to Mold- www.epa.gov/iedmold1/preventionandcontrol.html
Moisture and Mold Prevention and Control Tips
Mold and Moisture- http://www.epa.gov/mold/
There is no practical way to eliminate all mold and mold spores in the indoor environment; the way to control indoor mold growth is to control moisture.
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