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by: Joseph Bonilla - On-Site Consultant

April 6, 2017

Here at MoldExperts: LA we offer inspections and if you’ve scheduled an inspection with us we’ve given you some tips on how to improve indoor air quality. One quick tip that's always easy to follow and can improve your indoor air quality in most cases is to open the windows and let in fresh air of course we recommend evaluating your outdoor air conditions prior to opening.

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by: ME: LA Office Staff

April 5, 2017

A few years ago, I saw a commercial for an air freshener where some older ladies stop by to visit a friend. They walk in and say, “Oh fried fish last night dear? I thought George gave up cigars…” In other words, “Your house smells bad”. That commercial would have you believe the best thing to do would be to spray their air freshener and everything will be fine.

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by: ME: LA Office Staff

February 23, 2017

During my time working with mold and chemical sensitive patients, we had many discussions about the difference between being allergic to or sensitive to different things. Most patients and I agree that when you tell someone you are sensitive to perfume for example, it is not usually taken as seriously as if you were to say you were allergic. So many times, those of us who are chemically or mold sensitive, use the word allergy instead.

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by: Loui Gonzalez

February 20, 2017

It is so difficult to comprehend the sequence of events which culminated in MoldExperts: LA coming to a standstill on Monday, just as the week was beginning to take shape and be underway. After leaving a personal appointment in the city of La Habra, California, I was driving east on Whittier Blvd in a small suburb of Los Angeles when the forward carrying momentum ceased, stopping our Free Mold Inspections and discounted mold sampling operations in the process.

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by: Loui Gonzalez

November 1, 2016

Dust accumulation in areas not readily accessible in the residence is such a common issue during Indoor Air Quality Inspections in Southern California. These areas not readily accessible can be behind and under appliances in the kitchen, furniture around the home and Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Components.

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by: Loui Gonzalez

Oct. 1 2016

On a recent Inspection in the Fresno, California area, our client was discussing the previous water intrusion and remediation history during the initial walk through of the residence. As we proceeded into the dining room, an area on the wall showed recent repairs. When I inquired into this area, she told me a general contractor from the area had recently repaired the area for mold.

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