Find out what mold contractors don’t want you to know at April 16 seminar
If you’re concerned about mold and air quality in your home, don’t respond to scare tactics. Yes, mold can be a problem, but in many cases there are simple things homeowners can do themselves to discourage mold growth.
Learn “What Mold Contractors Don’t Want You to Know” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16, at the Home Repair Resource Center (HRRC), 2520 Noble Road in Cleveland Heights.
Gil Gotlieb of Airguard Restoration will discuss how to determine when mold and other contaminants pose a risk, what homeowners can do themselves to remedy the situation, and what issues should be discussed with a contractor.
“What Mold Contractors Don’t Want You to Know” is part of HRRC’s HouseMender University series, designed to provide homeowners with free advice from experts.
The presentation is free and open to residents of all communities, but reservations are requested. For more information or to reserve a spot, call Becky Stager at 216-381-6100, ext. 16.
Becky Stager has been HRRC's Home Repair Education Coordinator since 1989. Visit www.hrrc-ch.org or call 216-381-6100 for more information on programs and services.