Keep Moisture Out of Your Buildings

April 16, 2009

Anyone searching for information about mold in buildings will be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of sources. A recent Google check turned up more than 40 million sites that deal with mold.

Given the amount of information available, it's hard to gain a clear understanding of what's important and what's not, or to discern what's accurate and what isn't. As a result, the Responsible Solutions to Mold Coalition (RSMC), based in Chicago, set out to identify simple steps that can be taken during the design, construction, and maintenance phases of a building to keep moisture - and, therefore, mold - at bay.

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