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Mold-Free Construction 2.0

Narrated by: Adam Naranjo
Length: 3 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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From the executive director of NORMI (The National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors) comes a book designed to provide information for homeowners, homebuilders, and other construction partners regarding the Mold-Free ProcessTM, a process by which the problems of mold and mildew may be controlled and, in some cases, eliminated by decisions made during the building process. 

Many of the problems relating to mold and mildew proliferation are a direct result of poor decision-making in the design stages of construction and in the methods and materials used in the construction process itself. By adhering to the recommendations herein described, the occurrence of mold and mildew problems can be substantially reduced and thereby provide a more allergy-free environment for the new homeowner.

©2005 Dale Douglas Hoffman (P)2018 Dale Douglas Hoffman

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excellent book

health saving information! this should be taught in schools. and a prerequisite reading, before any architecture, design, school. a required history text in HS, College, or even Medical school. or for the lay construction worker, or real estate, agency. or anyone desiring to build a home. we could change this country if more knew. there will always be the 1% greedy who want cheap and power hungry. many lifes could change and improve. thanks for going upstream instead of downstream with the rest.

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