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We provide the best training in the industry for indoor environmental professionals.
We provide the best training in the industry for indoor environmental professionals.

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Who wants to do their mold training on the beach?? We will be holding our Mold, Moisture, and SOP class in Treasure Island at the Bilmar Beach Resort Dec 7-9. You won't want to miss this! 
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Mia Burlet recently said at one of our classes that she loved Doug Hoffman because "he was relaxed, informative, and easy to understand!" 
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The first step to successfully recover from a disaster is to stay healthy. Identify the tasks you can safely do yourself—without putting your health at undue risk—and the ones you need to delegate. Educate yourself now on the health risks of mold
exposure. Don’t wait until the disaster strikes. Be proactive & get prepared. 
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Did you know?

NORMI (National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspector www.NORMI.org) has been approved as a training provider for the State of Florida MRS Board (Provider #0003605) to offer continuing education courses approved for license renewal. When a course is listed here it has been approved for continuing education credits in accordance with Rule 61G6-9.012(3), Florida Administrative Code.

Once completing the course, NORMI automatically submits your attendance record to the State of Florida through its online reporting portal there is nothing further for you to do except attend.
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"A Toronto-based environmental group says a study it conducted in Canadian homes comparing cleaning products showed that conventional ones produced more indoor air pollution than eco-certified products.

The study by Environmental Defence was conducted to test air quality in the homes of participants in Montreal, Toronto, and Cobalt, Ont., after they used cleaning products for 30 minutes."
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We are coming soon to Miami, Tampa, and Orlando with our Mold, Moisture, and SOP class. Don't miss out! 
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When the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its seminal report to Congress on Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in 1989, the HVAC industry raced to provide products and services that would help improve the quality of the air in homes and businesses alike. Almost overnight, the public became concerned with ventilation, filtration, and humidity control issues, and contractors and manufacturers scrambled to find solutions to the sometimes complex problems associated with IAQ.

Since then, associations, such as ASHRAE, and individual states, including California and New Jersey, have put forward standards and regulations that address IAQ issues, but the definition of IAQ still remains somewhat nebulous. Perhaps that is because so many factors affect IAQ — everything from poor ventilation and high (or low) humidity to pesticides, mold, and radon. In addition, it can be a challenge to quantify proper IAQ, particularly when occupants in a space have varying tolerances to different contaminants and irritants.
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Help spread the word! Perfect Fit Filters is raising money for a national ad campaign to spread the word about this necessary product. You also get free product with you contribution! Please share with your friends.
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Did you know?

Our instructors are trained in the latest mold detection, abatement and removal techniques, and present classes designed to fit the industry by being dynamic, informative, and interesting.

Dynamic because the indoor air and mold testing and abatement industry is ever-changing with new problems to solve and new solutions to implement.
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Small changes can make a big difference when it comes to living a healthier life. Whether that’s eating more vegetables, drinking more water or tracking the number of steps walked each day, people will go that extra mile to keep themselves and their families healthy.

However, a recent survey revealed that while indoor air pollutants are ranked among the top five environmental risks to public health2, parents are not always aware of the steps they can take to make the air inside their homes cleaner for the families. The survey found that while 96 percent of parents regularly take steps to help protect their children within their homes, two in five parents (39 percent) don’t include changing their home heating and cooling system’s air filter as part of their healthy living habits.
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