Mold / Mould: How to Improve Indoor Air Quality ?
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This Air Pollution Solutions: How to Improve Indoor Air Quality course is designed for all audiences to educate and raise awareness about the importance of maintaining proper indoor air quality. You will learn about biological and chemical indoor contaminants, safe exposure levels of these contaminants, as well as one of the most common pollutants of indoor air--mold. Find out about the causes of mold, the most common locations for mold growth, and the best removal and remediation options. Plus, get practical and effective mold prevention tips from real-life mold inspectors!
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|Section 1: Indoor Air Quality and Ways to Improve It|
|Lecture 1||9 pages|
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In this lecture you will find overall short overview/syllabus of what will be covered in the course.
Don't be surprised if you see the word "mold" spelled two different ways: Either like this, M-O-L-D, or like this, M-O-U-L-D. The way you spell it is most likely dependent on where you live, and even dates back centuries to how words were pronounced since the 15th century. If you live in the United States, you'll find that words that typically were spelled with "ou" are shortened to just "o". This would apply to words like color, flavor, honor, harbor and so on. The "Americanized" versions of those words all drop the "u". Places that have heavy British influence, such as the United Kingdom, Singapore, etc. would most likely use the "ou" spellings of words, including the word "mould". Now in places like Canada, which has both British influence and yet proximity to the United States, you're likely to find both spellings of the word used. No matter how you spell it though, mold is problem. Here and around the world! And what's most important to remember is if you suspect you have a mold problem, you need to get it tested. That's where Mold Busters can provide professional help. Remember, it's not mold, until it's tested!
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is the quality of air in and around buildings and structures. It is frequently associated with the health and comfort of the building's occupants.
Because homes contain many substances that may be hazardous to our health, maintaining good indoor air quality is crucial to health and safety.
By taking the Mold Busters "Indoor Air Quality" seminar, you will learn everything you need to know about air quality (IAQ), including what affects it and tips for improving indoor air quality.
Check out our website for more information about air quality: http://www.bustmold.com.
Health Canada has established risk assessment and management guidelines for indoor air quality called "Residential Indoor Air Quality Guidelines." It lists safe exposure levels for a number of indoor pollutants such as carbon monoxide, radon, mould, carbon dioxide, and formaldehyde.
Take the Mold Busters ustmold.com "Health Canada Mold Guidelines and Regulations" seminar to find out if you have an air quality problem in your home.
The Mold Busters "About Mold / Mould" lesson will teach you the basics of mold: what causes it, the most common types, where it grows, what you can do to prevent it, and the different testing, treatment and remediation options. Because mold can negatively impact air quality, it is important to remove mold from your home or office immediately.
In this "Mold / Mould Inspection Equipment" lesson, you will learn what tools and equipment professional mold remediation experts use to test for and remove mold. From air sampling pumps to HEPA vacuums and filters, you'll be surprised at the wide variety of specialized tools available to today's mold inspector.
Ideal for real estate agents and home buyers, the "Mold / Mould and Real Estate" lesson shows you what to look out for when shopping for a new home. Get practical advice and helpful tips on dealing with unexpected mold and air quality issues when buying, selling or listing your property from mold removal experts .
Learn about all the different mold removal and remediation options in this "Mold /Mould Inspection Equipment" lesson. Finding a professional and reliable mold remediation company mold removal job is one of the most important steps in ensuring good indoor air quality.
Check out our website for more information about indoor air quality and mold-related services offered by Mold Busters.
|Lecture 9||2 pages|
Thank you for taking Mold Busters course. We are working hard to spread "Mold/Mould Awareness". Visit our website to find out more https://www.bustmold.com
|Section 2: Supplementary Seminar|
Lecture on Mold/Mould problems after "Marijuana Grow Operations"
In this lecture, Mold Busters is guest speaking at Advanced Real Estate Course LBD3300 which is tought by Professor Bruce M. Firestone (the founder of Ottawa Senators NHL team). Mold Busters introduces important concepts of air quality testing and clearance verification in any real estate transaction.