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The Mold Medics Team decided to start this blog as an effort to combat some of the misinformation around mold and mold remediation. We hope that through these posts our customers and the general public will have a better understanding of Mold, Mold removal, and the health risks that mold may pose to your household and family. As we continue to learn together, we encourage you to share these posts with your friends and family so that they may also be informed. 

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Black Mold Exposure: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

Many types of indoor mold, most significantly black mold, can cause health problems, in some people more easily than others. The most at-risk groups include infants and children, senior citizens, people with allergies or asthma, and people with weakened immune systems who may be at risk of fungal infection. In general, the most significant concern,

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How to Prepare for Your Air Duct Cleaning

Your air ducts circulate your heating and cooling throughout your home. Over time dirt, dust, and debris accumulate in these channels, negatively affecting the comfort of your indoor environment. Professional Air Duct Cleaning will eliminate the contaminants and restore your indoor air quality. If you’ve never had this essential service performed, the following guide will

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How to Prepare For Mold Remediation

Congratulations on taking the first step in addressing your indoor air quality! Many customers ask, what do I need to do before Mold Medics comes to perform the work? Here are the most common things we need from you as well as answers to our most common questions… 1. Entry at the time of job Please communicate

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Mold and Cystic Fibrosis

What’s the Link Between Mold and Cystic Fibrosis?

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a hereditary disease that impacts the lungs and digestive system by causing the body to produce mucus that can clog the lungs and block the pancreas. Within the U.S., there are about 30,000 people living with CF making it the largest patient population with the disease worldwide. Since the disease can

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How to Safely Remove Mold From Your Window Air Conditioner Unit

Mold shows up in damp places, making your window A/C unit the perfect environment for it to form and thrive. Obviously, a moldy A/C unit is not ideal, especially since it presents serious health risks for anyone who consistently breathes the air it circulates. However, buying a replacement is a costly option. Fortunately, there are

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