How To Protect You And Your Family's Health From Mold Spores And Avoid Spending A Fortune On Mold Removal
I've got bad and good news for you.
Let's start with the bad news first.
That is... Toxic mold could be sickening your family RIGHT NOW!
AND Can Cause Your Home To Lose Up To 50% Of It's Value...
I know, it sounds a bit exaggerated but NOT when it comes on to mold.
Mold works very secretively and if not caught early, it can cost you your health and a fortune to fix.
But the good news is...
With the RIGHT blueprint, you can make your home mold-free without spending hundreds...
Or possibly thousands of dollars on some "mold remediation" company.
But first, let me introduce myself...
My name is Nick Nembhard, a certified Environmental Health & Safety professional for over 10 years.
I have led 100's of successful mold investigations and remediation projects...
I've also seen the negative impact mold has on human health and property.
This is what happened to my friend Robert in Florida.
The $14,580.26 Mold Infestation That Robert Could EASILY FIX Himself...
If He Had Caught It Earlier…
The mold problem was discovered during a visit to his home.
We were about to prepare some food but when I opened his kitchen cabinet to get some dishes I smelled a musty odor.
As a mold removal professional, I knew this wasn't a good sign.
The scent was a huge red flag!
I asked if he had any odor issues and he mentioned that they have been smelling an odor in the kitchen for a of couple months.
He pointed out that the smell was mainly in the kitchen area.
He explained that he developed a persistent cough that only flared up when he was home.
And that he never really paid much attention to it.
The mold infestation had revived a previous respiratory problem he had years ago.
I advised him that we MUST check for a possible mold problem…
Because the musty smell is usually an indicator of a mold infestation.
After inspecting the area I noticed that the back of the cabinet was wet.
I knew that was a sign that things could be serious.
So, I checked further and guess what I found?
You guessed it right!
Inside The Cabinet, A Mold Growth Was Spreading In
Every Direction Like A Virus…
We had to remove one of the back panels.
But it kept getting worse…
Until we noticed a LARGER mold growth...
It was confirmed.
Robert had a mold infestation problem brewing right under his nose...
Which unfortunately, caused his past respiratory issue to act-up and worsen…
I advised Robert on how to get the mold infestation contained right away to prevent further growth.
At this stage, it was very serious!
So, I recommended that he reach out to his insurance company IMMEDIATELY to have them assess and setup mold remediation.
He notified them, they came out and assessed the problem.
At that level of mold infestation, they said the problem was so severe it needed to be resolved urgently!
We got a mold remediation contractor to do the evaluation… The quote given was $9,580.26!
At this point, Robert knew he had no choice but to spend that money.
But That’s Not All…
All of which costed $5,000!
In Total, Robert Ended Up Spending $14,580.26
To Fix A Mold Problem That Could Have Been EASILY Prevented…
At that moment I decided that something needed to be done...
I had a responsibility to help as many people as I could, who want to protect themselves and loved-ones against the deadly and costly effects of mold!
Look, if you suspect that you have mold in your home, you need to get rid of it FAST!
From my 10+ years of leading mold removal projects, these are the 5 critical signs that indicates a mold issue:
Foul, musty odors inside your house or basement.
• Hay-fever like symptoms that lessen when you're away from home.
• Stained or discolored walls with a furry-like growth.
• Recent floods or plumbing leaks.
• Other moisture problems like wet spots or condensation on windows.
If you are experiencing any of these, you have a mold problem. And, if not treated…
You will have to deal with:
That’s why spent I months written the most comprehensive mold removal and prevention book for homeowners.
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There will be no doubt in your mind about what you need to do!
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