An unsolicited comparison of two books on the
topic of toxic mold
from Amazon.com customer pvr-consulting
from East Hanover, NJ United States
Black Mold Your Health and Your Home by Richard F. Progovitz
informative with diagrams and definitions.
July 2, 2004
This is more towards my liking for a book that describes the problem of mold from an
inspector point of view. We need some color diagrams, but the black and white photos were
a good start. The book was well organized with titles and subtitles. There was very little
sensational type writing. More science like. I feel informed when reading this book.
What Every Home Owner Needs to Know About Mold and What to
Do About It by Vicki Lankarge
like a short story paperback. July 2, 2004
Book reads like a short story paperback, not an analytical text with charts, diagrams and
pictures. Maybe the publisher did not have these additional features available at time of
print. Other texts do show microscopic examples with COLOR print. At least that was my
hopes in this book. How are you going to know what mold looks like from just words. Maybe
a few good pictures would help the cause. Right?
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