Mold Hazard After Flooding May Return as Weather Warms

    Mold Hazard After Flooding May Return as Weather Warms

    WINDSOR, CT – May 13, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — The floodwaters may have receded months ago, but mold and mildew – dormant during the winter months — may reappear in water-damaged homes as the weather warms.

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