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Home Buying in Mendota Heights : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Nov 14, 2016
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Tue Apr 14, 2015
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Sat Mar 24, 2012
Dolph answered:
how bad is white mold for your health i know black mold is bad but what about white. i had a flood from my toliet and it went into two rooms but the room by the bathroom got the worse of it i had to pull up the padding and now i see black spots on the floor and bottom of carpet and some white mold also i am assuming the black spots is black mold didnt want to touch it. ... more
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Mon Feb 28, 2011
Lois Hinrichs and Kyle Hinrichs answered:
HI Katie,
Septics W/ drain fields are legal in WI depending on the location of the home. Country properties require a septic and there are multiple styles (conventional, at grade, mound, holding tank) that are used depending on soil conditions and amount of space available. Homes that sit on soils with good drainage usually have a conventional system and drainfield. Homes that have poor soil drainage will typically have an at grade system or mound system with a drain field. Holding tanks without drainfields many times come into play around lakes, very small lots or impossible soil conditions. Hope it helps. If you are looking to buy in WI, We would love to help. Kyle ... more
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Sun Sep 27, 2009
Carol McAlister answered:
ALL offers must be presented to a seller. It is not the agents decision whether to present. Maybe already accepted an offer and contingencies met? I would ask why and go from there. An agent will not just tell you they won't present your offer. ... more
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Tue May 5, 2009
Sybil Jennings answered:
In addition to the EPA information, I've found that if moldy materials are removed (carpet/sheetrock/etc), and the water source is remedied so moisture is no longer getting into the home, it clears up very well. If the home is very tight, installing an air exchanger or some sort of apparatus to get air flowing through the home helps. Also, for mildy moldy sheetrock and hard surfaces, you can spray the moldy areas with bleach and clean, and if the area stays dry, the mold should not return. Hope this helps!

Sybil Jennings
RE/MAX Today's Realty
(320) 234-2514
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