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Protection From What You Can't See
Protection From What You Can't See

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People are becoming more aware of the dangers of mold. There are doctors that are becoming experts in the symptoms and treatments for affected individuals that have become mold sensitive due to long term exposures. I am 100% sure that all of these people would go back in time to test their homes for mold before getting sick to avoid the life changing horror their lives have become. If you are renovating, representing, buying or selling, you should protect yourself as well as the other parties involved.
There are many reasons why the mold could be hidden and not seen
Small slow leaks from water lines, drains, exterior sheeting, doors, windows, roofing or flooding.
Poor contractor workmanship.
New construction materials infected with mold before installation.
Sump pump fail due to short power outage and then the pump turns back on when the power is restored. If you are not home or don’t frequent the basement, you might never know.
HVAC’s duct system sweating behind the walls, in the attic or in the crawl space.
Here is why a mold test makes sense:
If the mold is not visible then the problem is usually not as bad as when it has had time to become visible. Less cost to repair.
If you sell a home with mold, you could be held responsible to come back and pay for repairs that would have been much less expensive when you sold the home.
If you buy a home with mold, it will usually take some time before the unseen mold issue comes to the surface and if the seller has vanished, the cost to repair could be yours alone.
If you are the agent or contractor or record and sell a home with mold issues, your reputation could be tarnished. And or you could be held liable for part or all of the cost of repairs.
More than 80% of all structures in the US has a mold issue to some degree.
Lastly, more and more of these situations are ending up in very expensive court battles. And all this can be avoided by…..
Having an inexpensive thorough mold test completed as part of the real estate transaction

http://auntiegen.com/2016/11/buyer-seller-real-estate-agent-contractor-mold/ 
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People are becoming more aware of the dangers of mold. There are doctors that are becoming experts in the symptoms and treatments for affected individuals that have become mold sensitive due to long term exposures. I am 100% sure that all of these people would go back in time to test their homes for mold before getting sick to avoid the life changing horror their lives have become. If you are renovating, representing, buying or selling, you should protect yourself as well as the other parties involved.
There are many reasons why the mold could be hidden and not seen
Small slow leaks from water lines, drains, exterior sheeting, doors, windows, roofing or flooding.
Poor contractor workmanship.
New construction materials infected with mold before installation.
Sump pump fail due to short power outage and then the pump turns back on when the power is restored. If you are not home or don’t frequent the basement, you might never know.
HVAC’s duct system sweating behind the walls, in the attic or in the crawl space.
Here is why a mold test makes sense:
If the mold is not visible then the problem is usually not as bad as when it has had time to become visible. Less cost to repair.
If you sell a home with mold, you could be held responsible to come back and pay for repairs that would have been much less expensive when you sold the home.
If you buy a home with mold, it will usually take some time before the unseen mold issue comes to the surface and if the seller has vanished, the cost to repair could be yours alone.
If you are the agent or contractor or record and sell a home with mold issues, your reputation could be tarnished. And or you could be held liable for part or all of the cost of repairs.
More than 80% of all structures in the US has a mold issue to some degree.
Lastly, more and more of these situations are ending up in very expensive court battles. And all this can be avoided by…..
Having an inexpensive thorough mold test completed as part of the real estate transaction
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Attention construction professionals

Build mold prevention into your construction plans. The threat of mold litigation is becoming a large concern in the industry.  As a builder, you have little control over how materials are stored and handled prior to arriving on the job site, yet if a mold condition develops, you will be held responsible.

Pre-treatment of building materials provides you and your customer with additional peace of mind. It is no secret that mold can be disturbing news. Consequently, more professional builders are taking a proactive approach and having homes protected during construction. AuntieGen and our patented formula is the perfect application to build mold prevention into the homes you build.  AuntieGen provides long-residual surface mold prevention. It is recommended for use on all construction materials.  For as little as 50 cents per square foot we can offer your clients a 15 year warranty against mold growth.

We can treat your home during construction after framing, windows and doors have been installed and then again after drywall is installed before paint.

http://www.auntiegen.com/services.html

#Mold Prevention, #Mold Remediation, # Mold Removal, #Black Mold, #Toxic Mold
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Franchise opportunities available
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Watch a free sneak preview now "Moldy" the movie, a documentary about mold exposure, mold sickness, and how to recover your home and your life. You can also see a few embers of the AuntieGen, Inc. team during a remediation.

https://moldymovie.com/index
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We will tell you if we think your home has an issue with mold in your home or business
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Attention Real-estate agents,
What do you do if you walk into a new listing or any listing and suspect there is a mold problem with the home?
We are going to go over some of the basic do’s and don’ts of walk-throughs when suspecting a mold issue. We will also cover other relevant questions that should be asked when we know for sure there is a mold issue. Re-occurring exposures to mold is extremely dangerous. Human as well as pet immune systems break down over a period of time when re-occurring exposures exist.
This is my listing, when mold is present I need to find out why there is mold? Mold grows as a result of water intrusions. Typical places where water can leak
• Roof leak
• Pipes (entire plumbing system)
• Windows / doors
• HVAC units
• Foundations (cracks)
• Compromised brick or siding
• Sump pump
• Sewer back up
Suspected mold issue but no visual signs of mold. If you do not see mold is it possible there is still a mold issue? How is this possible? 
• Thousands of mold spores can fit on the head of a pin
• Mold spores can be on drywall and not seen
• Mold spores can be on any porous material and not seen
• Mold spores can be in crawl spaces
• Mold spores can be in attics
• Mold spores can be behind drywall
• Fact 80% of ALL structures in this country have some degree of Mold
• When mold is visible, this means the presence of thousands of colony’s of mold, And a real issue
What are the warning signs?
• Same as visible mold
• Itchy eyes
• Running nose
• Headaches
• Trouble breathing
• Flu like symptoms
These are the basics, now what are we going to do about it? If you absolutely must go into a listing that has mold:
• Wear a respirator (not a dust mask)
• Wear goggles 
• Wear latex gloves
• Do not touch anything that looks like mold
• Do not brush up against the walls
• When you leave, throw out the latex gloves and store goggles and respirator in the trunk of your car
• Never knowingly expose a client to mold.
So what do we do if we walk into a listing for the first time and suspect there is a mold problem?
• Leave immediately
• Call AuntieGen, Inc. 347 757 6032
Some other questions for us to think about:
What is my liability as an agent when mold is present in one of my listings?
• Protect my health
• Protect my realty company
• Protect my lively hood
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