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How about deleting your article and then posting something that home inspectors can use. Your article is blatantly promoting you and your company to consumers versus providing value to the home inspectors who come here to share information about inspection techniques and issues.

It's a form of link dropping and we don't tolerate it here. Replace the article with something home inspectors can use or see it deleted at the end of the day.




There is no such thing as "toxic mold." The fact that you are promoting the idea in an article designed for consumers puts you on thin ice here with this professional home inspector community.

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