Mold in the News: Issue 37
Mold in the News: Issue 37
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FEATURED STORIES (2)
Home inspector liable for cost of removing mould: A recent court ruling found a home inspector liable for the cost of removing mould from a house.
Saginaw Township family displaced by black mold faces expensive fix: While working to pay off a home they have lived in for nearly two years, a young couple was shocked to learn in April that they were sharing the space with black mold.
MOLD IN SCHOOLS (1)
Mold removed from Claremont High classroom, Cal/OSHA investigating: The California Occupational Safety and Health Administration is expected to close an investigation by early July into mold being found in a Claremont High School classroom.
MOLD and HEALTH (2)
Preventing & Controlling Mould: The Health Unit urges people cleaning up from the flood to prevent mould growth and to clean up any mould that is growing in their homes because it may cause serious health problems when inhaled.
Couple’s health fears for children over mould in bedroom: A couple from Peasedown St John fear their children’s health is being put at risk by mould. Becci and Luke McCafferty have battled with the problem at their home in Frederick Avenue, and have run out of ideas on how to get resolve it.
Bettendorf home with mold problems torn down: A Bettendorf home with a history of mold problems and other alleged deficiencies was torn down Thursday, only seven years after it was built.
Mold ate my dining room floor and my money: As a homeowner, there are lots of things that strike fear into your heart: A notification from the tax appraiser saying the value of your house has increased significantly for no apparent reason; finding doors that won’t close or cracks in your walls, a sure indication you have foundation damage; coming home to find your hot water heater has cratered, flooding everything; or the air conditioner going out.
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