Mold Controlled | a practical guide to find, fix or get help, and prevent mold problems in water damaged homes.
The book will focus on both prevention methods, and how to identify existing problems and how to proceed.
With so much at stake, which may include our own health, this book aims to provide the reader with tools and knowledge to arm him or her against the issues in a dynamic and ever present threat.
Prescriptions for a Healthy House 4th edition is the definitive resource you need to live in a healthy home. This book ties together proper home design practices, construction techniques, and the exact materials you should consider in your home. It provides the big picture that homeowners crave, and the intricate details that architects, designers, and contractors require.
The book is pertinent to anyone interested in building or remodeling a home or workplace that is not only beautiful, but also durable and health-enhancing.
Extreme Weather Hits Home prepares you for violent weather events like floods, tornadoes, ice storms, and hurricanes. Climate change is frequently more subtle, but its effects on our homes and properties can still be devastating.
Nearly 50 percent of North America has a potential for structural damage from shifting moisture in expansive clay soils, a condition that is already costing billions of dollars each year. Humidity is projected to increase, trapping moisture in wall cavities and resulting in deterioration. As the climate changes and moisture levels adjust, there are a number of proactive steps that can be taken to prevent or lessen expensive repairs.
ANSI/IICRC S500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration Jan 2006
Bacterial Amplification and In-Place Carpet Drying JOURNAL OF Environmental Health Dedicated to the advancement of the environmental health professional Volume 74, No. 9 May 2012
Bioaerosols, Fungi, Bacteria, Mycotoxins and Human Health: Patho-physiology, Clincial Effects, Exposure Assessment, Prevention and Control in Indoor Environments and Work. Page 262; Edited by: Dr. med. Eckardt Johanning M.D., M.Sc. Fungal Research Group Foundation, Albany, New York, U.S.A. Jan 2005