Mold –Taking a Closer Look — You’ve likely heard a bunch about indoor mold over the past several years–from deadly toxic hysteria to total dismissal by purported experts. Both camps appear to have vested interests in promoting their positions, and commercial or residential consumers are often left to sort out the subsequent messes on their
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by Jeffrey C. May — May Indoor Air for Healthy Indoors Magazine Oct-Nov 2018 edition Up until 1978, nearly all exterior paints and most interior wood-trim paints contained lead pigment. Of all the environmental hazards in homes, lead paint is one of the most serious. Lead-poisoned children number in the tens of thousands and
AUSTIN, TX – Corbett Lunsford, of the Building Performance Workshop, is joined by HI’s Bob Krell at HOMEChem, for the first installment of “Home Performance Healthy Indoors Minute.” This new monthly segment in Healthy Indoors Magazine will feature helpful tips from Corbett on a variety of indoor environmental topics. Corbett also co-stars with his wife,
AUSTIN– Healthy Indoors Magazine will be in Austin, TX for the HOMEChem open house event on on June 22, 2018. HI publisher Bob Krell will co-host this week’s IAQ Radio show with Joe Hughes live from the UTest House at 12:00 PM EDT. Bob will be joining Corbett and Grace Lunsford, hosts of the upcoming
Ellen Tohn Makes the Case for Adding Health to the Home Equation By Susan Valenti Corliss In 2000, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), University of Tulsa and myself produced a conference on asthma and allergies that was supposed to break down barriers between the medical community and the indoor environmental industry. It was thought that
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By Nate Adams — A healthy home is in balance. It’s comfortable, healthy, and easy to control. Part of what make it healthy are that moisture levels aren’t too high or too low, dust particles are being filtered out, chemical and pollutant levels are under control, and the air just feels fresh. In other words,
By Jeffrey C. May — Mold can pose serious health risks – especially for people with allergies and asthma. The key to controlling mold growth is reducing moisture, whether from leaks, high humidity or variations in temperature in your home. Below are ten tips to help you keep your home drier and thus mold free.
Special Preview of the Upcoming IAQ & Energy 2018 Conference on May 1-2, 2018 An exclusive interview with former Maryland Gov. and 2016 Presidential Candidate, Martin O’Malley, Legionella, Formaldehyde, IAQ, Building Performance, the return of the Healthy Indoors Show, plus a lot more! HI is revving-up for the IAQ & Energy 2018 event in Portland,
Carbon Monoxide: Avoiding the Silent Killer Join us for a Live Video Webinar featuring Bill Spohn, President & CEO of Tru Tech Tools, moderated by Healthy Indoors’ Publisher, Bob Krell. Space is limited, so visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_A8iWRzwiSrOEO1ueW_ShKg to watch a recording from the event!