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The Connection Between Hurricanes and Indoor Air Quality

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When we think of the damage that hurricanes can inflict upon our communities, our minds don’t immediately go to indoor air quality.  We start thinking about the obvious damages that can occur, such as destruction and flooding.  Nevertheless, it’s the latter of these that can have some serious health consequences even when the storm has passed.  When moisture gets into building materials or other objects that are not disposed of or cleaned immediately, mold can start to affect the quality of our indoor air, not to mention damage.  Those with asthma or other ailments that would cause a weakened immune system should be especially careful when entering a building with the potential for mold damage.  Even those who are not at an elevated risk for illness should still take caution and wear the proper protection when cleaning up mold.  To learn more about the proper procedures you should take after a flood, click here.

Post Date: 10/15/2018

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