Did you know that mold allergies peak in July and August? If you are still suffering from allergy symptoms, it may not be pollen – it could be mold. To find out if your suffering is caused by indoor mold, start with an indoor air quality test. This can determine if there are elevated mold spores in your home or business, and if further testing for mold needs to be done to pinpoint its whereabouts. For more information, check out this info-graphic and read about Mold Allergy Symptoms.

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Up to 25% of the population has a genetic pre-disposition that makes them more susceptible to mold illness. (Mold Sensitized, 2015)

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