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Subject: Re: Loss in value due to water damage


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Ernie Ekberg
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Date Posted: 03/ 3/ 06, 4:35pm
In reply to: David 's message, "Loss in value due to water damage" on 03/ 3/ 06, 12:04pm

david, I have been working in the hurricane ravaged areas of Louisiana for a couple of months. If you don't have any water leaks, and since everything was dried out- you should be ok in regards too mold.The folks here are very concerned about mold , also. You did the correct procedure.

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