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There is increasing public awareness and concern regarding moulds in indoor environments. Depending on the information source, mould growth in the home is linked to numerous health problems from low to severe depending on a person’s sensitivity. Mould sensitivity can result in symptoms ranging from fatigue and headaches to skin, eye, nose and throat irritations.

Other pollutants can also cause these symptoms but mould is often targeted as a major cause of indoor air quality problems.

The known facts can be summarized as follows;

If you suspect a mould problem do not hesitate to contact a specialist. The first step will be to collect samples for culturing and identification. The next steps are to locate the source and cause of the mould growth and to correct the problem.

Other reference sites: - Fighting Mold-The Homeowner's Guide

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