My new book, “Fundamentals of Mold Remediation“, was published this week. Over the past few years, I have been collecting my thoughts from designing and evaluating countless mold remediation projects. I have seen some mold projects done right, and many more projects done wrong.
There are a number of guidelines and standards on mold remediation, so why did I find it necessary to publish a book on the topic? The available guidelines don’t always agree with each other, and they often deviate from the common practices done in the field. Also, the formality of standards and guidelines often make them difficult to read. My target was a 100-page book that was easy to read and reference. Although the book was written with mold professionals in mind, a homeowner, building engineer, or maintenance staff can readily understand and apply the concepts.
The book is now retailing for $65 on Amazon, but if you are a client of Indoor Science, you’ll be able to pick up a free copy at our office starting November 15, 2017. More than selling books, my goal for this project was to help individuals who are serious about doing mold remediation right. In some small way, I hope I can help the profession become more standardized and elevate the quality of work.