Madison Taylor Indoor Environmental Educates Property Owners on Mold and Indoor Air Quality in the VA, MD and DC Area.
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Washington, D.C. - Dec 15, 2016 - John Taylor, Mold Inspector and Certified Indoor Environmentalist announces the Educational Facebook launch of Madison Taylor Indoor Environmental, serving VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, and DC. https://www.facebook.com/madisontaylorindoorenvironmental/
Madison Taylor Indoor Environmental is the leading Indoor Air Quality Company (IAQ) in the DC metro area. This Facebook page will be used to promote IAQ education in and around the DMV. Indoor Air Quality concerns include: VOC, Mold, Bacteria, and Viruses as well as many other air quality conditions that contaminate homes and buildings. Owner, John Taylor, Certified Indoor Environmentalist, and Certified Mold Professional, stated, “The source of most mold and other indoor air quality contaminations can be avoided by understanding the origin and how to prevent conditions conducive to air quality contaminants.”
“The source of most mold and other indoor air quality contaminations can be avoided by understanding the origin and how to prevent conditions conducive to air quality contaminants.”
Frequent causes include: inadequate temperature, humidity, poor air circulation, moisture conditions and HVAC system issues. The most common indoor air quality hazards include: chemicals, dusts, mold, fungi, bacteria, gases, vapors and odors. Left unchecked, they can lead to home and personal health concerns.
Madison Taylor Indoor Environmental has supported thousands of homeowners in determining the source of mold with extensive testing, assessment of damage caused, and production of a Certified Scope of Work. Clients are provided with a clearance letter confirming Normal Fungal Ecology, upon completion of remediation, and final clearance testing. Testing and Remediation provided by Madison Taylor Indoor Environmental encompasses servicing hospitals, schools, government buildings, churches, military facilities, research laboratories, airports, and commercial office buildings.
John Taylor shared that the development of the company’s Facebook page is to provide an informative platform where potential clients can gain specific knowledge about mold and other IAQ concerns that affect so many properties in Virginia, Maryland and DC. “With the diversity of mold and IAQ projects we have successfully serviced, people will benefit by the information posted. Helping our clients return their properties back to a healthy environment is the most rewarding aspect of the industry.”
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