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Mold Expert Phillip Fry Offers Free Answers for Mold Removal Questions and Problems via Email

Mold Expert Phillip Fry Offers Free Answers for Mold Removal Questions and Problems via Email

Environmental Hygienist Phillip Fry provides free email mold advice and help to homeowners, workplaces, and commercial building owners who have questions or issues on how to carry out safe and effective mold removal and remediation in the USA and worldwide.

Montrose, MI, January 05, 2015 — “Many toxic mold victims often make ill-informed, bad, and costly decisions about how to remove mold effectively and safely from their homes, workplaces, commercial buildings, carpeting, furnishings, and vehicles,” according to Phillip Fry, Professional Industrial Hygienist, Certified Environmental Hygienist, and webmaster since 1999 of the mold advice website www.moldinspector.com.

Mold victims anywhere in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and worldwide can email their mold removal and remediation questions, problems, and issues to Mr. Fry at phil@moldinspector.com or moldconsultant@yahoo.com.

In do-it-yourself mold remediation efforts, property owners, managers, and occupants often make these mistakes:

1. Failure to look for and find toxic mold growth hidden from view inside heating/cooling equipment and ducts, walls, ceilings, floors, attics, basements, crawl spaces, and vehicles;

2. Failure to do mold testing of the air in all rooms and areas, plus the air flow out of heating/cooling air supply duct registers of both the building and vehicles to determine whether there is an elevated level of airborne toxic mold spores, compared to the outdoor control test;

3. Failure to wear breathing respirator masks, eye goggles, disposable vinyl gloves, and protective clothing during mold inspection and mold removal;

4. Use of ineffective bleach to clean up mold growth; and

5. Failure to do all of the steps required for safe and effective mold removal. Read the top ten mold remediation steps posted at www.moldremediationbid.com.

When hiring mold inspection and remediation professionals, mold victims often—

1. Hire poorly-trained and unprofessional mold inspectors and remediators. It is usually wise to hire an industrial hygienist or environmental hygienist to do thorough and careful mold inspection and testing of the entire residence, workplace, or commercial building and its heating/cooling equipment and ducts;

2. Using the same individual or company for both mold inspection and removal. There is a fundamental conflict of interest for the mold inspection company to be the same company that does the mold removal work recommended by the inspector;

3. Not requiring the mold remediation company to utilize all of the top ten mold removal procedures necessary for effective and safe mold remediation; and

4. Failure to do clearance mold inspection and testing by a different, unrelated, independent industrial or environmental hygienist after the completion of the mold remediation project to make sure that the mold removal was complete and successful.

For professional mold inspection, testing, removal, and remediation service anywhere in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Australia, or New Zealand, email Phillip Fry phil@moldinspector.com or phone toll-free (USA and Canada) 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or visit the website www.moldexpertconsultants.com.

Contact:
Phillip Fry, Co-Manager
EnviroFry
10104 Sheridan Rd.,
Montrose, MI 48457
Phone toll-free 1-866-300-1616
Cell Phone 1-480-310-7970
phil@moldinspector.com
http://www.moldremediationquote.com and

http://www.moldremediationbid.com

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