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Why Mold May Be A Health Hazard

Mold health issues are potentially harmful effects of molds.

Molds (also spelled "moulds") are ubiquitous in the biosphere, and mold spores are a common component of household and workplace dust. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in its June 2006 report, 'Mold Prevention Strategies and Possible Health Effects in the Aftermath of Hurricanes and Major Floods,' that "excessive exposure to mold-contaminated materials can cause adverse health effects in susceptible persons regardless of the type of mold or the extent of contamination."[1] When mold spores are present in abnormally high quantities, they can present especially hazardous health risks to humans, including allergic reactions or poisoning by mycotoxins,[2] or causing fungal infection (mycosis).


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11 Tips for Realtors –Close UP Fast

I have seen houses sold within 24 hours. The idea of selling your client’s house fast and with not bumps on the way is almost a fictional idea. However you can believe for sure that is possible. I have seen houses sold within 24 hours, and others moving slow, very, very slow to the close up meeting room. I would tell you something: when the house has sold amazingly fast (within less than 24 hours of posting) it has been because of the prior work and preparation for it. This preparation may hugely pay off when the work has been done aiming to the key factors. So, narrow your focus and sell fast. And don’t forget, get the wine in the chiller to be just ready for the celebration and awards once you have close up the sale. Enjoy !!


Do your walk thru the house

Knowing well your product is the best tool to sell it. Get all the answers.


Draft your to-Do list

Get things rolling, everybody want the house “Showing Ready”.


Get any inspection taking care of

If any issue is found, you want enough time to address it and then close up fast when the buyer makes you an offer. I have seen several “almost” deals gone away because of discouragement due to “surprises” after inspections.


Find the price range

Do your due diligence and know the prices in the area, for the time of the year for such similar houses – Document your suggestions.


Complete conditioning of the house

Get things functional in the house. Broken furnaces do not sell houses.

6 Timing

Plan ahead for the right time of the year for this sale. Check out your region.


Staging the House

Speed up prospects likening the house.


Show your work to the world

Take tons of professional pictures and find the ones that show the best of the house.


Get ready a plan B, and C

Sales are dynamic, get ready your plan B and C.


Keep calm and focused

Your customer, the home owner, is dreaming about singing the sell next morning. They may be a little bit anxious.


Encourage your patron

Get samples of houses you sold.


Copyright: Gabriel Hernandez, Environmental Eco Solutions, Inc. 2017

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Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns.

Health effects from indoor air pollutants may be experienced soon after exposure or, possibly, years later.

Immediate Effects
Some health effects may show up shortly after a single exposure or repeated exposures to a pollutant. These include irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. Such immediate effects are usually short-term and treatable. Sometimes the treatment is simply eliminating the person's exposure to the source of the pollution, if it can be identified. Soon after exposure to some indoor air pollutants, symptoms of some diseases such as asthma may show up, be aggravated or worsened.


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Volatile Organic Compound

Organic chemical compounds1 are everywhere in both indoor and outdoor environments because they have become essential ingredients in many products and materials.

Outdoors, VOCs are volatized or released into the air mostly during manufacture or use of everyday products and materials. Indoors, VOCs are mostly released into the air from the use of products and materials containing VOCs.

VOCs are of concern as both indoor air pollutants and as outdoor air pollutants. However, the emphasis of that concern outdoors is different from indoors. The main concern indoors is the potential for VOCs to adversely impact the health of people that are exposed. While VOCs can also be a health concern outdoors, EPA regulates VOCs outdoors mainly because of their ability to create photochemical smog under certain conditions.

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