Deb22 Posted August 5, 2020 Report Share Posted August 5, 2020 Has anyone had success with eliminating or reducing tics after removing mold from the home? Our daughter developed tics about 3 years ago and we are seeing a functional medicine pedi who identified thru bloodwork that her body is very sensitive to mold and she thinks the tics are a byproduct of the inflammation in the brain due to mold exposure. Calls it CIRS - Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. We had our home tested for mold three times and mold levels were high in the air, but no major source of mold was found except that there is mold on our a/c system and the humidity level in our home is too high. We live in the south - humid climate. We are getting a completely new a/c HVAC system installed with a rem-halo cleaner. However, she also recommends we have our home remediate by a mold remediation company. We have talked to two. First one said we could completely remediate her bedroom and remove carpets in the home. 2nd one said entire house needs to be done including removing the entire contents of our home while they wipe down and clean every hard surface. We would need to get all new furniture, mattresses. Basically anything that’s not a hard surface needs to go. Total cost for this endeavor would be $30-40k which is mind boggling. And no guarantees that this is going to fix the problem. Has anyone been thru this and did it help? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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