Seems like a good concept to franchise cleaning up mold in people's houses.  People are afraid of mold.  And cleaning it up with something called "Better Air Probitoics safe, all natural fogging solution" that will "restore indoor ecological balance by replenishing indoor spaces with beneficial bacteria which consume organic irritants such as pollen, dust mite waste and pet dander" sounds pretty special.

Anybody heard of these folks?  Is this real?  Should people spend $5k on this?

I hope the company is valid and the process is legit.  People with serious allergies need all the help they can get.

Looking forward to your response.

Paul Raymer

Tags: Green, Home, Mold, Solutions, remediation

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Of couse It is a real problem!

MOLD.

One of the most common problems that homeowners face are mold and mildew infestations. This fungus grows on anything and thrives anywhere it can find moisture, especially places that are damp, warm, poorly lit, and poorly ventilated.

Not only does it produce a musty, unpleasant odor, but when left unchecked it can cause serious damage. Mold can also provoke allergies and even asthma attacks for people who are prone to them. In this article, you’ll find advice on how to remove mold from your home, along with information on how to spot it and prevent it in the first place.

Thanks, Franco.  I am just curious if this company "Green Home Solutions" is legitimate.  It makes me wonder when they misspell one of their key components - Probitoics instead of Probiotics. 

I wonder too. We can't get probiotics to work in people. Where is there research and government lab validation...? I would like to know about it if it is valid.

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