Anyone involved in the construction, maintenance, selling, insuring or purchasing of a new home (in other words, just about everyone) has probably heard more about the dangers and costs of mold than they care to.
But the fundamental risks associated with the potential of a mold problem remain: mold can lead to rot, compromising the home's durability. And toxic mold varieties can cause health hazards. As insurance companies seek ways to limit their liability, and homeowners become more aware and sensitive to the issue, the builder or remodeler is often caught in the crossfire.
The best practice in building a comfortable, durable and safe home is to adopt a mold resistance strategy that includes products, process and job site management.
Understanding the best practices in mold resistance will help you reduce the risk of litigation related to mold, contribute to building a superior product, and give homeowners peace of mind.
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