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We just found out last year that our house has the dangerous modl frm a plumbing leak we didnt know we had. Last week, we were told that about 40% of the house has the mold problem, and that it has infested our heating and air system, ductwork, etc... The worst of the mold is in and around my bathroom and bedroom. I have not been ablet o affrod the 1000.00 deductible to have it removed, and from what I understand... its nearly impossible to get completely rid of.
I am looking for something to rent now, though its hard to find a decent rental in our area. I am seeing my lawyer today at 3:30 about just letting the bank have the house back. I just cannot fight this anymore, and refuse to expose my four precious children to it a moment longer.
Post Edited (mustangjulie) : 7/4/2010 7:58:10 PM (GMT-6)
I vote with Pat and Des. You need professional, (and unfortunately not cheap) removal. I think they will wear respirators and white barrier suits, (yeah I know, I have been watching WAY TOO MUCH HGTV), And I think your public health dept. will come test it for you. And your insurance should help, don't let them railroad you into believing they won't. Stacchybotris (sp?) is very toxic, most household molds are NOT, and there are a gadzillion kinds of them, so don't panic. They just look scary. First thing to do is get rid of the water source that is making them happy and add light and dry air and double their rent,
Could it be a typo?? I am sure that note was at the top of my new topic column just this very day.....could the computer make a mistake??? Maybe it really meant July 3, 2010. I'm positive, ok... maybe not 100%, almost sure???? Sorta, it was??? ok, blame it on .....