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Winter Ice Sets Up Spring Water Invasion

Winter Ice Sets Up Spring Water Invasion

BROOKLYN, N.Y., March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — In the aftermath of a record breaking frigid spring for Brooklyn, NY, the weather outlook for spring includes snow, thaws, wintry mixes and rain with intermittent overnight freezes. That’s a recipe for moisture and water damage to your home or business, report the cleanup and restoration experts at NYC Duct Mold Water Cleanup.

You don’t have to have spring downpours or surface flooding to sustain interior water damage this time of the year. Avi Haber and his highly trained and experienced team at NYC Duct Mold Water Cleanup are prepared with 24-hour emergency response for Brooklyn residents.

Why worry about water with the remnants of ice and snow still outside? With some 15 inches of snow accumulation this winter in the New York Metropolitan Area, according to the National Climatic Data Center, unrelenting Polar conditions have hardened and compressed what’s on roofs and against building foundations. Ice pushes into cracks and gaps, lurking to invade dry interiors with milder temperatures, thawing and spring rainfall.

“Water has an amazing capacity to work its way inside, and as ice it opens points of entry,” explains Haber, who has faced all kinds of cleanup challenges over the years.

Once water gets inside, it can damage carpets and drywalls, even warping wooden floors before you know it is there. That’s just the beginning. There are also health concerns because the moisture breeds toxic molds and bacteria. From there they often spread to air ducts, becoming airborne throughout your home or business.

Quick response is critical to minimizing damage, and the quicker restoration experts are called in the better. Before repair, if needed, there is dehumidification and drying out wherever unwanted moisture has intruded.

Mold removal or remediation is also critical, especially if the moisture has been there for weeks and months. Your home or business could become a garden for multiplying bacteria, fungi and other micro-organisms.

“You’ll need certified specialists in mold inspection and testing,” Haber says. “If it’s there, we’ll find it. If it’s not, you’ve got the peace of mind of knowing you don’t have to worry about this health hazard to your family or employees.”

If water becomes an unwelcome guest, NYC Duct Mold Water Cleanup is as close as a phone call. Call 866-666-6534 or 718-677-3100, and if it’s an emergency, call 1-866-NOMOLD4 and activate the 24-hour response team.

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EnviroFry Introduces 5 Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Introduces 5 Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Announces Five Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for residential and commercial building mold removal and remediation clients in USA.

Online PR News – 04-January-2015 – To protect clients against the re-appearance of mold growth after mold removal and remediation work, EnviroFry has introduced its Five Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for new residential and commercial client projects from Jan. 1, 2015, onward, announced Phillip Fry, company co-manager, Professional Industrial Hygienist, Certified Environmental Hygienist, and webmaster since 1999 of the mold education website www.moldinspector.com.

EnviroFry warranty program guarantees that no elevated levels of mold growth will occur in the specific remediated areas for a period of five years, or EnviroFry will re-treat those re-growth areas at no charge if moisture levels are normal with no new, subsequent water intrusion problem after the completion of an EnviroFry mold removal project.

The full details and conditions of the service guarantee and warranty are posted on the company website www.moldremediationquote.com.

Because a guarantee is only as good as the company that issues it, read the EnviroFry client testimonials, list of clients, and professional training certifications published at www.moldexpertconsultants.com, recommends Mr. Fry, who is also a Certified Environmental Inspector, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Remediation Specialist, Certified Mold Remediator, and Certified Air Duct Cleaning Specialist.

The guarantee is fully-transferable to a new home or building owner during the five year guarantee time duration.

In addition, EnviroFry also guarantees that when the areas that it has treated are tested by the company with a Live Spore (also known as viable testing) air sample type test within 48 hours following EnviroFry mould remediation treatment, that the total number of live mold spores inside the treated areas will be no greater than the total mold spore counts of live mold outside, as collected by the Company in an outdoor control air test.

If, in the event that the first remediation treatment and testing do not yield successful test results as described above, the company will continue to treat and test the areas at no charge until the above indoor/outdoor comparison objective is achieved.

In business nationwide USA and across Asia since 1999, the international EnviroFry firm is insured with a million dollar general liability policy plus professional errors and omissions coverage.

EnviroFry industrial hygienists and environmental hygienists provide mold inspection, testing, removal, remediation, and prevention services in metropolitan Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Hartford, Boston, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Nashville, Atlanta, and in most other cities and areas in the USA, Asia, UK, and Europe.

To get a mold remediation quote or bid for a home, workplace or commercial building, phone Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com, and/or visit the websites www.moldexpertconsultants.com, www.moldremediationquote.com and www.moldremediationbid.com.

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

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EnviroFry Recommends Top Ten Mold Removal & Remediation Steps for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Recommends Top Ten Mold Removal & Remediation Steps for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry recommends ten mold remediation procedures and techniques for the effective and safe removal of mold growth in homes and commercial buildings.

Online PR News – 05-January-2015 – Because most mold remediation jobs done by mold removal companies and do-it-yourself property owners and managers fail to find and get rid of all of the mold often hidden inside moldy homes, workplaces, and commercial buildings, EnviroFry recommends that property owners, managers, mold remediation firms, and insurance adjusters follow the top ten mold removal and remediation steps and procedures utilized by EnviroFry in the USA, UK, Europe, and Asia, advocates Phillip Fry, EnviroFry co-manager, Professional Industrial Hygienist, and Certified Environmental Hygienist.

1. Mold inspection and testing. Industrial or environmental hygienists should first do thorough and complete mold inspection and testing to find all areas of both visible and mold growth hidden inside ceilings, walls, floors, heating/cooling equipment and ducts, crawl spaces, basements, and attics.

The hygienists should use an infrared thermal imaging camera, moisture meter, fiber optics video inspection camera, and hygrometer humidity meter to find hidden mold infestation, water leaks and other moisture problems. In addition, the hygienists also do mold testing of room air and the outward air flow from heating/cooling air ducts, plus surface mold sampling of suspicious surfaces.

2. Work Area Containment. The hygienists should seal off the room or area to be mold remediated with 6 mil thick floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall, clear plastic sheeting so that mold spores released during mold removal do not travel to and mold cross-contaminate other areas.

3. Proper Worker Protection. During mold removal work, hygienists should wear a 3M or comparable breathing respirator mask with organic vapor filters rated P100, plus eye goggles, disposable vinyl gloves, and Tyvek or comparable protective body suits with built-in parka hood and booties.

4. Ozone Treatment. The first mold killing step is to run several high output ozone generators for at least six to eight hours in all building areas, including inside the rooms or areas being mold remediated, all other rooms and areas, the buildings heating/cooling equipment and ducts, attic, crawl space, and basement. There can be no people, pets, or live plants inside the area being ozone treated.

5. Mold-Eating Enzyme Treatment. The hygienists should use a fogging machine to fog the entire house or building (including the attic, basement, crawl space, and inside HVAC ducts) with a proven, enzyme-based disinfectant cleaner that neutralizes and prevents mold and bacteria growth.

6. HEPA Air Scrubbing and Vacuuming. After the completion of the ozone and mold enzyme treatments, the hygienists should run several high capacity HEPA industrial-sized air scrubbers inside the contained mold work area to establish negative air pressure therein to collect airborne mold spores and dust thrown into the air during the mold removal process, with the HEPA exhaust air duct tubing going directly to the outdoors. In addition, the hygienists utilize HEPA vacuum cleaners to vacuum walls, floors, carpeting, and furnishing surfaces three ways—horizontally, vertically, and diagonally.

7. Physical Mold Removal. While operating HEPA air scrubbers inside the mold work area, remove all visible mold growth by removing and discarding materials such as moldy drywall, curtains, and carpeting, and by cleaning wood timbers to visibly mold-free with the use of a power grinder with wire brush attachment, power sander, power planer, and/or hand held wire brushes and sanding blocks.

8. Safe Disposal of Moldy Materials. While inside the contained mold work area, the hygienists should place all removed moldy building materials into 4 mil thick trash disposal bags. Then, the hygienists should put each full bag inside a second 4 mil thick bag (known as double bagging). Then, the hygienists should wipe off the outside of the outer bag with a cloth lightly damp with a cleansing agent to remove any landed or deposited mold spores. Then, the hygienists should remove the bags to the outdoors through windows, doors, or an enclosed plastic-sheeted walkway without taking the bags through building areas that are outside of the contained work area.

9. Encapsulation of Wood Timbers. After completion of the above steps, the hygienists should paint all exposed and remediated wood timber surfaces with white, glossy latex enamel paint into which one half pound of the EPA-registered fungicide Tim-Bor has been thoroughly mixed. Tim-Bor is a long-term preservative of wood against both mold and wood-destroying insects such as termites. The glossy latex paint coating will also help to protect the wood against water penetration in the event of a future plumbing leak, roof leak, or other water intrusion.

10. Clean and Disinfect HVAC Ducts. If there has been a mold problem inside a building, its heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) ducts are likely to be contaminated with elevated levels of airborne mold spores and mold growth. Therefore, the hygienists should clean and disinfect HVAC ducts with these procedures: (a) use EnviroFrys high-tech Rotobrush air duct cleaning equipment; (b) inspect the entire length of air duct runs with its 63 feet long fiber optics cable video camera; (c) after duct cleaning, do more high output ozone treatment into the return air duct to get mold-killing ozone everywhere in the HVAC system and throughout the entire building; and (d) after ozone treatment, use a fogging machine to fog thoroughly the HVAC ducts with a fungicide approved by the E.P.A. for use inside air ducts.

To schedule EnviroFry professional mold removal and remediation for a home, workplace, or commercial building anywhere in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, phone mold expert Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com, or visit the companys websites www.moldexpertconsultants.com, www.moldremediationquote.com and www.moldremediationbid.com.

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

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EnviroFry Introduces 5 Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Introduces 5 Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Announces Five Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for residential and commercial building mold removal and remediation clients in USA.

Online PR News – 04-January-2015 – To protect clients against the re-appearance of mold growth after mold removal and remediation work, EnviroFry has introduced its Five Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for new residential and commercial client projects from Jan. 1, 2015, onward, announced Phillip Fry, company co-manager, Professional Industrial Hygienist, Certified Environmental Hygienist, and webmaster since 1999 of the mold education website www.moldinspector.com.

EnviroFry warranty program guarantees that no elevated levels of mold growth will occur in the specific remediated areas for a period of five years, or EnviroFry will re-treat those re-growth areas at no charge if moisture levels are normal with no new, subsequent water intrusion problem after the completion of an EnviroFry mold removal project.

The full details and conditions of the service guarantee and warranty are posted on the company website www.moldremediationquote.com.

Because a guarantee is only as good as the company that issues it, read the EnviroFry client testimonials, list of clients, and professional training certifications published at www.moldexpertconsultants.com, recommends Mr. Fry, who is also a Certified Environmental Inspector, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Remediation Specialist, Certified Mold Remediator, and Certified Air Duct Cleaning Specialist.

The guarantee is fully-transferable to a new home or building owner during the five year guarantee time duration.

In addition, EnviroFry also guarantees that when the areas that it has treated are tested by the company with a Live Spore (also known as viable testing) air sample type test within 48 hours following EnviroFry mould remediation treatment, that the total number of live mold spores inside the treated areas will be no greater than the total mold spore counts of live mold outside, as collected by the Company in an outdoor control air test.

If, in the event that the first remediation treatment and testing do not yield successful test results as described above, the company will continue to treat and test the areas at no charge until the above indoor/outdoor comparison objective is achieved.

In business nationwide USA and across Asia since 1999, the international EnviroFry firm is insured with a million dollar general liability policy plus professional errors and omissions coverage.

EnviroFry industrial hygienists and environmental hygienists provide mold inspection, testing, removal, remediation, and prevention services in metropolitan Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Hartford, Boston, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Nashville, Atlanta, and in most other cities and areas in the USA, Asia, UK, and Europe.

To get a mold remediation quote or bid for a home, workplace or commercial building, phone Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com, and/or visit the websites www.moldexpertconsultants.com, www.moldremediationquote.com and www.moldremediationbid.com.

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

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EnviroFry Recommends Top Ten Mold Removal & Remediation Steps for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Recommends Top Ten Mold Removal & Remediation Steps for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry recommends ten mold remediation procedures and techniques for the effective and safe removal of mold growth in homes and commercial buildings.

Online PR News – 05-January-2015 – Because most mold remediation jobs done by mold removal companies and do-it-yourself property owners and managers fail to find and get rid of all of the mold often hidden inside moldy homes, workplaces, and commercial buildings, EnviroFry recommends that property owners, managers, mold remediation firms, and insurance adjusters follow the top ten mold removal and remediation steps and procedures utilized by EnviroFry in the USA, UK, Europe, and Asia, advocates Phillip Fry, EnviroFry co-manager, Professional Industrial Hygienist, and Certified Environmental Hygienist.

1. Mold inspection and testing. Industrial or environmental hygienists should first do thorough and complete mold inspection and testing to find all areas of both visible and mold growth hidden inside ceilings, walls, floors, heating/cooling equipment and ducts, crawl spaces, basements, and attics.

The hygienists should use an infrared thermal imaging camera, moisture meter, fiber optics video inspection camera, and hygrometer humidity meter to find hidden mold infestation, water leaks and other moisture problems. In addition, the hygienists also do mold testing of room air and the outward air flow from heating/cooling air ducts, plus surface mold sampling of suspicious surfaces.

2. Work Area Containment. The hygienists should seal off the room or area to be mold remediated with 6 mil thick floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall, clear plastic sheeting so that mold spores released during mold removal do not travel to and mold cross-contaminate other areas.

3. Proper Worker Protection. During mold removal work, hygienists should wear a 3M or comparable breathing respirator mask with organic vapor filters rated P100, plus eye goggles, disposable vinyl gloves, and Tyvek or comparable protective body suits with built-in parka hood and booties.

4. Ozone Treatment. The first mold killing step is to run several high output ozone generators for at least six to eight hours in all building areas, including inside the rooms or areas being mold remediated, all other rooms and areas, the buildings heating/cooling equipment and ducts, attic, crawl space, and basement. There can be no people, pets, or live plants inside the area being ozone treated.

5. Mold-Eating Enzyme Treatment. The hygienists should use a fogging machine to fog the entire house or building (including the attic, basement, crawl space, and inside HVAC ducts) with a proven, enzyme-based disinfectant cleaner that neutralizes and prevents mold and bacteria growth.

6. HEPA Air Scrubbing and Vacuuming. After the completion of the ozone and mold enzyme treatments, the hygienists should run several high capacity HEPA industrial-sized air scrubbers inside the contained mold work area to establish negative air pressure therein to collect airborne mold spores and dust thrown into the air during the mold removal process, with the HEPA exhaust air duct tubing going directly to the outdoors. In addition, the hygienists utilize HEPA vacuum cleaners to vacuum walls, floors, carpeting, and furnishing surfaces three ways—horizontally, vertically, and diagonally.

7. Physical Mold Removal. While operating HEPA air scrubbers inside the mold work area, remove all visible mold growth by removing and discarding materials such as moldy drywall, curtains, and carpeting, and by cleaning wood timbers to visibly mold-free with the use of a power grinder with wire brush attachment, power sander, power planer, and/or hand held wire brushes and sanding blocks.

8. Safe Disposal of Moldy Materials. While inside the contained mold work area, the hygienists should place all removed moldy building materials into 4 mil thick trash disposal bags. Then, the hygienists should put each full bag inside a second 4 mil thick bag (known as double bagging). Then, the hygienists should wipe off the outside of the outer bag with a cloth lightly damp with a cleansing agent to remove any landed or deposited mold spores. Then, the hygienists should remove the bags to the outdoors through windows, doors, or an enclosed plastic-sheeted walkway without taking the bags through building areas that are outside of the contained work area.

9. Encapsulation of Wood Timbers. After completion of the above steps, the hygienists should paint all exposed and remediated wood timber surfaces with white, glossy latex enamel paint into which one half pound of the EPA-registered fungicide Tim-Bor has been thoroughly mixed. Tim-Bor is a long-term preservative of wood against both mold and wood-destroying insects such as termites. The glossy latex paint coating will also help to protect the wood against water penetration in the event of a future plumbing leak, roof leak, or other water intrusion.

10. Clean and Disinfect HVAC Ducts. If there has been a mold problem inside a building, its heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) ducts are likely to be contaminated with elevated levels of airborne mold spores and mold growth. Therefore, the hygienists should clean and disinfect HVAC ducts with these procedures: (a) use EnviroFrys high-tech Rotobrush air duct cleaning equipment; (b) inspect the entire length of air duct runs with its 63 feet long fiber optics cable video camera; (c) after duct cleaning, do more high output ozone treatment into the return air duct to get mold-killing ozone everywhere in the HVAC system and throughout the entire building; and (d) after ozone treatment, use a fogging machine to fog thoroughly the HVAC ducts with a fungicide approved by the E.P.A. for use inside air ducts.

To schedule EnviroFry professional mold removal and remediation for a home, workplace, or commercial building anywhere in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, phone mold expert Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com, or visit the companys websites www.moldexpertconsultants.com, www.moldremediationquote.com and www.moldremediationbid.com.

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

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EnviroFry Recommends Top Ten Mold Removal & Remediation Steps for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Recommends Top Ten Mold Removal & Remediation Steps for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry recommends ten mold remediation procedures and techniques for the effective and safe removal of mold growth in homes and commercial buildings.

Online PR News – 05-January-2015 – Because most mold remediation jobs done by mold removal companies and do-it-yourself property owners and managers fail to find and get rid of all of the mold often hidden inside moldy homes, workplaces, and commercial buildings, EnviroFry recommends that property owners, managers, mold remediation firms, and insurance adjusters follow the top ten mold removal and remediation steps and procedures utilized by EnviroFry in the USA, UK, Europe, and Asia, advocates Phillip Fry, EnviroFry co-manager, Professional Industrial Hygienist, and Certified Environmental Hygienist.

1. Mold inspection and testing. Industrial or environmental hygienists should first do thorough and complete mold inspection and testing to find all areas of both visible and mold growth hidden inside ceilings, walls, floors, heating/cooling equipment and ducts, crawl spaces, basements, and attics.

The hygienists should use an infrared thermal imaging camera, moisture meter, fiber optics video inspection camera, and hygrometer humidity meter to find hidden mold infestation, water leaks and other moisture problems. In addition, the hygienists also do mold testing of room air and the outward air flow from heating/cooling air ducts, plus surface mold sampling of suspicious surfaces.

2. Work Area Containment. The hygienists should seal off the room or area to be mold remediated with 6 mil thick floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall, clear plastic sheeting so that mold spores released during mold removal do not travel to and mold cross-contaminate other areas.

3. Proper Worker Protection. During mold removal work, hygienists should wear a 3M or comparable breathing respirator mask with organic vapor filters rated P100, plus eye goggles, disposable vinyl gloves, and Tyvek or comparable protective body suits with built-in parka hood and booties.

4. Ozone Treatment. The first mold killing step is to run several high output ozone generators for at least six to eight hours in all building areas, including inside the rooms or areas being mold remediated, all other rooms and areas, the buildings heating/cooling equipment and ducts, attic, crawl space, and basement. There can be no people, pets, or live plants inside the area being ozone treated.

5. Mold-Eating Enzyme Treatment. The hygienists should use a fogging machine to fog the entire house or building (including the attic, basement, crawl space, and inside HVAC ducts) with a proven, enzyme-based disinfectant cleaner that neutralizes and prevents mold and bacteria growth.

6. HEPA Air Scrubbing and Vacuuming. After the completion of the ozone and mold enzyme treatments, the hygienists should run several high capacity HEPA industrial-sized air scrubbers inside the contained mold work area to establish negative air pressure therein to collect airborne mold spores and dust thrown into the air during the mold removal process, with the HEPA exhaust air duct tubing going directly to the outdoors. In addition, the hygienists utilize HEPA vacuum cleaners to vacuum walls, floors, carpeting, and furnishing surfaces three ways—horizontally, vertically, and diagonally.

7. Physical Mold Removal. While operating HEPA air scrubbers inside the mold work area, remove all visible mold growth by removing and discarding materials such as moldy drywall, curtains, and carpeting, and by cleaning wood timbers to visibly mold-free with the use of a power grinder with wire brush attachment, power sander, power planer, and/or hand held wire brushes and sanding blocks.

8. Safe Disposal of Moldy Materials. While inside the contained mold work area, the hygienists should place all removed moldy building materials into 4 mil thick trash disposal bags. Then, the hygienists should put each full bag inside a second 4 mil thick bag (known as double bagging). Then, the hygienists should wipe off the outside of the outer bag with a cloth lightly damp with a cleansing agent to remove any landed or deposited mold spores. Then, the hygienists should remove the bags to the outdoors through windows, doors, or an enclosed plastic-sheeted walkway without taking the bags through building areas that are outside of the contained work area.

9. Encapsulation of Wood Timbers. After completion of the above steps, the hygienists should paint all exposed and remediated wood timber surfaces with white, glossy latex enamel paint into which one half pound of the EPA-registered fungicide Tim-Bor has been thoroughly mixed. Tim-Bor is a long-term preservative of wood against both mold and wood-destroying insects such as termites. The glossy latex paint coating will also help to protect the wood against water penetration in the event of a future plumbing leak, roof leak, or other water intrusion.

10. Clean and Disinfect HVAC Ducts. If there has been a mold problem inside a building, its heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) ducts are likely to be contaminated with elevated levels of airborne mold spores and mold growth. Therefore, the hygienists should clean and disinfect HVAC ducts with these procedures: (a) use EnviroFrys high-tech Rotobrush air duct cleaning equipment; (b) inspect the entire length of air duct runs with its 63 feet long fiber optics cable video camera; (c) after duct cleaning, do more high output ozone treatment into the return air duct to get mold-killing ozone everywhere in the HVAC system and throughout the entire building; and (d) after ozone treatment, use a fogging machine to fog thoroughly the HVAC ducts with a fungicide approved by the E.P.A. for use inside air ducts.

To schedule EnviroFry professional mold removal and remediation for a home, workplace, or commercial building anywhere in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, phone mold expert Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com, or visit the companys websites www.moldexpertconsultants.com, www.moldremediationquote.com and www.moldremediationbid.com.

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

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EnviroFry Announces Help for Insured Homeowners in Making Water-Caused Mold Damage Insurance Claims

EnviroFry Announces Help for Insured Homeowners in Making Water-Caused Mold Damage Insurance Claims

EnviroFry offers assistance for insured homeowners, tenants with renters insurance and property owners and managers to make and collect insurance claims.

Online PR News – 08-January-2015 – Montrose, MI, January 06, 2015 — EnviroFry industrial and environmental hygienists announce the availability of their assistance for insured homeowners, tenants with renters insurance, workplaces, and commercial property owners and managers to make and collect adequate insurance claims for insured water-caused mold damage anywhere in the USA.

When an insured homeowner, rental tenant, or commercial property owner has water damage-caused mold growth from an insured, accidental, and sudden event such as a flood, water supply or drain line break, wind damage, or fire, insurance policy holders often have significant difficulty in getting their insurance claim adjuster to make adequate payment for necessary mold removal and remediation, advises Phillip Fry, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Environmental Hygienist, and webmaster since 1999 of the mold advice website www.moldinspector.com.

The first step that EnviroFry takes to help an insured client is comprehensive, in depth mold inspection and testing to locate all toxic mold growth, whether visible or hidden inside walls, ceilings, floors, attic, basement, crawl space, or heating/cooling equipment and ducts.

To find hidden water and mold damage, EnviroFry uses high-tech gear such as an infrared thermal camera, 63 ft long fiber optics video inspection camera, and the best moisture meters.

Knowing where all of a buildings mold growth exists is a necessary first and essential step that is often overlooked and not a priority to insurance claims adjusters and many poorly-trained mold inspectors and mold remediation companies.

If a water damage remediation project does not get rid of all hidden mold in a home or building, the remediation work will fail to make the building safe for occupancy.

The second EnviroFry step is to establish a link (if it exists) between the insured event (flood, water line break, wind damage, or fire) and the resulting mold growth. Mold growth that is the result of an insured event is usually covered for claims payment as water damage caused by the insured event, with the policys water damage policy limit determining how much can be paid for that resulting mold damage, rather than be bound or limited by a policy mold coverage limitation or exclusion.

The third EnviroFry step is to write both a comprehensive and thorough water damage and mold inspection report and a water damage remediation protocol plan that documents and remediates all of both the visible and hidden water and mold damage. Read EnviroFrys top ten mold remediation steps at www.moldremediationbid.com.

To get EnviroFrys help in making a successful water and mold damage insurance claim, email mold expert phil@moldinspector.com, or phone Phillip toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or visit the company websites www.moldexpertconsultants.com and www.moldremediationquote.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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EnviroFry Introduces 5 Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Introduces 5 Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for Homes & Commercial Buildings

EnviroFry Announces Five Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for residential and commercial building mold removal and remediation clients in USA.

Online PR News – 04-January-2015 – To protect clients against the re-appearance of mold growth after mold removal and remediation work, EnviroFry has introduced its Five Year Mold Remediation Service Guarantee for new residential and commercial client projects from Jan. 1, 2015, onward, announced Phillip Fry, company co-manager, Professional Industrial Hygienist, Certified Environmental Hygienist, and webmaster since 1999 of the mold education website www.moldinspector.com.

EnviroFry warranty program guarantees that no elevated levels of mold growth will occur in the specific remediated areas for a period of five years, or EnviroFry will re-treat those re-growth areas at no charge if moisture levels are normal with no new, subsequent water intrusion problem after the completion of an EnviroFry mold removal project.

The full details and conditions of the service guarantee and warranty are posted on the company website www.moldremediationquote.com.

Because a guarantee is only as good as the company that issues it, read the EnviroFry client testimonials, list of clients, and professional training certifications published at www.moldexpertconsultants.com, recommends Mr. Fry, who is also a Certified Environmental Inspector, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Remediation Specialist, Certified Mold Remediator, and Certified Air Duct Cleaning Specialist.

The guarantee is fully-transferable to a new home or building owner during the five year guarantee time duration.

In addition, EnviroFry also guarantees that when the areas that it has treated are tested by the company with a Live Spore (also known as viable testing) air sample type test within 48 hours following EnviroFry mould remediation treatment, that the total number of live mold spores inside the treated areas will be no greater than the total mold spore counts of live mold outside, as collected by the Company in an outdoor control air test.

If, in the event that the first remediation treatment and testing do not yield successful test results as described above, the company will continue to treat and test the areas at no charge until the above indoor/outdoor comparison objective is achieved.

In business nationwide USA and across Asia since 1999, the international EnviroFry firm is insured with a million dollar general liability policy plus professional errors and omissions coverage.

EnviroFry industrial hygienists and environmental hygienists provide mold inspection, testing, removal, remediation, and prevention services in metropolitan Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Hartford, Boston, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Nashville, Atlanta, and in most other cities and areas in the USA, Asia, UK, and Europe.

To get a mold remediation quote or bid for a home, workplace or commercial building, phone Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com, and/or visit the websites www.moldexpertconsultants.com, www.moldremediationquote.com and www.moldremediationbid.com.

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

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1-866-300-1616
 

Ebola, Toxic Mold, & Bioterrorism Decontamination Training for California Hospitals from E.H.A.

Ebola, Toxic Mold, & Bioterrorism Decontamination Training for California Hospitals from E.H.A.

The EHA introduces Certified Decontamination Specialist training and certification to handle Ebola, toxic mold, and bioterrorism threats for key personnel.

Online PR News – 04-November-2014 – The Environmental Hygienists Association (E.H.A.) Certified Decontamination Specialist training and certification is ideal and necessary for key personnel, managers, and owners of California hospitals, nursing homes, mold remediation and water/fire damage restoration companies, fire department rescue squads, public health departments and agencies, city building inspection departments, state government administrative officials, city and town government administrative officials, and federal health, safety, and environmental agency personnel.

Training can be entirely distance learning at home or at work with online and textbook study materials, or in combination with three days of intensive classroom and hands-on decontamination equipment training in the E.H.A. training center in Montrose, Michigan, or in special decontamination training seminars that E.H.A. can conduct for company or agency employees in Anaheim, Fresno, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Oakland, Palm Springs, Riverside, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, or any other California city.

For more information on E.H.A. decontamination training and certification in California, visit www.decontaminationgear.com or www.ecology-college.com, or phone training director Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or 1-810-639-0523 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com.

During the Environmental Hygienists Association online, textbook, and (optional ) in person class training, students master how they can—

1. Prepare and follow a well-thought-out decontamination protocol plan custom-created for the specific home or other building being decontaminated.
2. Wear and use appropriate and complete personal protective gear for total personal safety during environmental inspections and decontamination procedures.
3. Test room and area air for biological dangers such as airborne bacteria, viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
4. Test the outward air from heating and cooling air duct supply registers for elevated levels of airborne bacteria, viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
5. Use a high resolution, 63 feet long fiber optics inspection cable with video camera to visually inspect inside heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and ducts for bacteria, viral, and toxic mold spores infestations.
6. Test the surfaces and the insides of room ceilings, walls, floors, attics, basements, and crawl spaces for biological dangers such as bacteria, Ebola and other viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
7. Use a high resolution infrared camera to scan all floors, walls, ceilings, building exterior, attic, basement, and crawl spaces for hidden moisture (that would indicate possible hidden toxic mold growth).
8. Test the buildings water supply and water storage facilities for biological dangers such as bacteria, Ebola and other viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
9. Test painted older surfaces and building materials for the possible presence of lead.
10. Collect samples of older building materials for asbestos lab analysis.
11. Do radon testing of the building;
12. Test clothing, drapery, carpeting and padding, rugs, furniture, furnishings, and other personal possessions for biological dangers such as bacteria, Ebola and other viruses, and toxic mold spores.
13. Whether done for a remediation and/or prevention purpose, decontaminate all building surfaces, furniture, furnishings, personal possessions, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts with high-tech decontamination gear and procedures such as:

(a) Rotobrush air duct cleaning equipment to remove mold spores, germ growth, and dirt inside HVAC ducts;
(b) fogging an EPA-registered (for use in HVAC ducts) biocide to kill HVAC duct germs, mold spores, and mold growth;
(c) high EnviroFry output ozone generators to kill airborne toxic mold spores, bacteria, and Ebola and other viruses;
(d) advanced radiant oxidation equipment to kill toxic mold spores, Ebola and other viruses, bacteria, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and dust from indoor air;
(e) high capacity air scrubbers (with giant HEPA and activated carbon filters) to remove airborne Ebola and other viruses, bacteria, mold spores, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), dust, and other air contaminates and pollutants from the indoor air;
(f) HEPA vacuuming of all walls, floors, and furnishings to remove landed or deposited mold spores , bacteria, viruses, and other contaminates;
(g) wiping and cleaning all walls, floors, and furniture and furnishing surfaces with an EPA-registered biocide to kill germs, mold spores, and mold colony growth;
(h) fogging an EPA-registered biocide in the air of all rooms and areas to kill germs, mold spores, and mold colony growth; and
(i) fogging EnviroFry enzyme neutralizer in all rooms and areas to neutralize germs, mold spores, and mold colony growth.

For professional building decontamination services anywhere in California, contact Lee Maglanoc, Certified Decontamination Specialist, Professional Industrial Hygienist, and Certified Environmental Hygienists by emailing azmoldinspector@yahoo.com or phoning Lee at 1-602-757-1918.

For building toxic mold inspection, testing, and removal anywhere in California, please contact Mr. Maglanoc, or visit the websites: www.losangelesmoldinspection.net, www.sanfranciscomoldinspection.com, and www.sanjosemoldinspection.com.

Contact:
Phillip Fry, Training Director
Environmental Hygienists Association
10104 Sheridan Rd.,
Montrose, Michigan 48457
Phone Toll-Free 1-866-300-1616 or 1-810-639-0523
Cell Phone 1-480-310-7970
phil@moldinspector.com
http://www.decontaminationgear.com or
http://www.ecology-college.com

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Ebola, Bioterrorism, & Toxic Mold Decontamination Pennsylvania Hospital Training from E.H.A.

Ebola, Bioterrorism, & Toxic Mold Decontamination Pennsylvania Hospital Training from E.H.A.

The EHA introduces Certified Decontamination Specialist training and certification to handle Ebola, toxic mold, and bioterrorism threats for key personnel.

Online PR News – 04-November-2014 – The Environmental Hygienists Association (E.H.A.) Certified Decontamination Specialist training and certification is ideal and necessary for key personnel, managers, and owners of Pennsylvania hospitals, nursing homes, mold remediation and water/fire damage restoration companies, fire department rescue squads, public health departments and agencies, city building inspection departments, state government administrative officials, city and town government administrative officials, and federal health, safety, and environmental agency personnel.

Training can be entirely distance learning at home or at work with online and textbook study materials, or in combination with three days of intensive classroom and hands-on decontamination equipment training in the E.H.A. training center in Montrose, Michigan, or in special decontamination training seminars that E.H.A. can conduct for company or agency employees in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Altoona, Bethlehem, Erie, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Reading, Scranton, State College, Wilkes-Barre, York, and any other Pennsylvania city.

For more information on E.H.A. decontamination training and certification, as well as decontamination equipment, in Pennsylvania, visit www.decontaminationgear.com or www.ecology-college.com, or phone training director Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616 or 1-810-639-0523 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or email phil@moldinspector.com.

During the Environmental Hygienists Association online, textbook, and (optional ) in person class training, students master how they can—

1. Prepare and follow a well-thought-out decontamination protocol plan custom-created for the specific home or other building being decontaminated.
2. Wear and use appropriate and complete personal protective gear for total personal safety during environmental inspections and decontamination procedures.
3. Test room and area air for biological dangers such as airborne bacteria, viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
4. Test the outward air from heating and cooling air duct supply registers for elevated levels of airborne bacteria, viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
5. Use a high resolution, 63 feet long fiber optics inspection cable with video camera to visually inspect inside heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and ducts for bacteria, viral, and toxic mold spores infestations.
6. Test the surfaces and the insides of room ceilings, walls, floors, attics, basements, and crawl spaces for biological dangers such as bacteria, Ebola and other viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
7. Use a high resolution infrared camera to scan all floors, walls, ceilings, building exterior, attic, basement, and crawl spaces for hidden moisture (that would indicate possible hidden toxic mold growth).
8. Test the buildings water supply and water storage facilities for biological dangers such as bacteria, Ebola and other viruses, toxic mold spores, and bioterrorism health threats such as weaponized Anthrax, Small Pox, and special toxic mold spores.
9. Test painted older surfaces and building materials for the possible presence of lead.
10. Collect samples of older building materials for asbestos lab analysis.
11. Do radon testing of the building;
12. Test clothing, drapery, carpeting and padding, rugs, furniture, furnishings, and other personal possessions for biological dangers such as bacteria, Ebola and other viruses, and toxic mold spores.
13. Whether done for a remediation and/or prevention purpose, decontaminate all building surfaces, furniture, furnishings, personal possessions, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts with high-tech decontamination gear and procedures such as:

(a) Rotobrush air duct cleaning equipment to remove mold spores, germ growth, and dirt inside HVAC ducts;
(b) fogging an EPA-registered (for use in HVAC ducts) biocide to kill HVAC duct germs, mold spores, and mold growth;
(c) high EnviroFry output ozone generators to kill airborne toxic mold spores, bacteria, and Ebola and other viruses;
(d) advanced radiant oxidation equipment to kill toxic mold spores, Ebola and other viruses, bacteria, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and dust from indoor air;
(e) high capacity air scrubbers (with giant HEPA and activated carbon filters) to remove airborne Ebola and other viruses, bacteria, mold spores, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), dust, and other air contaminates and pollutants from the indoor air;
(f) HEPA vacuuming of all walls, floors, and furnishings to remove landed or deposited mold spores , bacteria, viruses, and other contaminates;
(g) wiping and cleaning all walls, floors, and furniture and furnishing surfaces with an EPA-registered biocide to kill germs, mold spores, and mold colony growth;
(h) fogging an EPA-registered biocide in the air of all rooms and areas to kill germs, mold spores, and mold colony growth; and
(i) fogging EnviroFry enzyme neutralizer in all rooms and areas to neutralize germs, mold spores, and mold colony growth.

For toxic mold inspection, testing, and removal anywhere in Pennsylvania, please visit the websites: www.philadelphiamoldinspector.com and www.pittsburghmoldinspectors.com.

Contact:
Phillip Fry, Training Director
Environmental Hygienists Association
10104 Sheridan Rd.,
Montrose, Michigan 48457
Phone Toll-Free 1-866-300-1616 or 1-810-639-0523
Cell Phone 1-480-310-7970
phil@moldinspector.com
http://www.decontaminationgear.com or
http://www.ecology-college.com

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