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Hire mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find air conditioning mold, workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the walls, ceilings, floors, crawl space, attic, and basement of your house, condominium, office, or other building anywhere in USA, Canada, Asia, Europe, and worldwide.
 
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Complete Mold Library Combo

Read the 5 mold advice e-books in the Mold Library Combination, for a combined discount price of only $49.00 [$75.00 if bought separately]. Combo package includes: (a) Do-It-Best-Yourself Mold Prevention, Inspection, Testing, and Remediation, $15; (b) Mold Health Guide, $15; (c) Mold Legal Guide, $15; (d) Mold Home Remedy Recipes, $15; and (e) Mold Monsters, $15.  All helpful e-books are delivered to your designated email address by email attachments only within 12-24 hours of your order. You can buy all 5 ebooks in combination with mold removal and mold inspection products and mold advice at Advice Supersavers.

 

While doing mold removal and mold remediation, protect yourself against getting mold illnesses by wearing proper personal Mold Remediation Safety Gear.

 


 

 Also please read:  Flood Mold, Mold Removal

Storm Damage Mold Prevention

Ten Mold Prevention Steps if Your Home or Building Has Been Damaged by a Hurricane, Typhoon, Tornado, Windstorm, Flooding, Earthquake, Fire, or Other Natural Disasters

If your home, condominium, apartment, office, or other building has suffered serious roof, wall, structural, flooding, or other water damage because of a hurricane, typhoon, tornado, windstorm, flooding, earthquake, fire, or other natural disaster, you would be wise to take the following preventive steps to reduce the resulting mold infestation that will surely grow from the damage your home or building has suffered.

 

Mold spores can damage building structures and pose  health problems for many people. For example, as to the 2004 Florida hurricanes, FEMA spokesman Cleo Howell said that Florida's high heat and humidity are perfect environments for mold growth, which can begin as early as a day or two after water gets in a house.

1. Prior to any mold remediation and general repairs or weather storm damage, photograph from every appropriate angle all damage that has been happened to your home or other building. You may need this photographic evidence to help collect for the water, structural, and mold damage. You may need this photographic evidence to help collect from your insurance company for the water, structural, and mold damage.

2. Use Mold Growth Lab surface samplers to test any visible mold growth so that you can send the mold test kits to Mold Growth Lab for mold lab analysis and mold species identification.  Also, use mold test kits to mold test the air of each room, attic, basement, crawl space, and the outward air flow (if electricity is on) from each heating/cooling duct register for the possible presence of elevated levels of airborne mold spores, in comparison to an outdoor mold control test.  You should repeat this testing of the air 7 days and a month later so that you can determine if the mold situation is under control or out of control. You should also be photographing and testing any new mold growths.

3. Read your insurance policy very carefully to see in what ways the insurance company could try to restrict or reject your insurance claim for mold growth damage and for the expenses of mold inspection, testing, and remediation. If you don’t understand the policy, have it explained to you by your agent, the insurance company claims adjuster, an independent insurance adjuster [who works solely on your behalf against the insurance company on a commission basis], or your attorney. You may need to have the home or building inspected and tested [with a written report of the inspector’s findings] by a
Certified Mold Inspector. The goal of the Certified Mold Inspector is to document that there is new mold growth that was directly caused by the sudden and accidental, insured event such as a hurricane, typhoon, tornado, windstorm, fire, or water line break. If you believe your insurance policy should cover the water and mold damage, but the company refuses to pay, you definitely need to have professional representation by an independent insurance adjuster or an insurance-oriented attorney. You should also read Phillip Fry's in depth book mold legal book.
 
4. Cover or close in securely with tarps all broken windows, damaged roof sections, damaged siding sections, and other storm or fire building damage to keep as much rain as possible from entering into your home or building. The more water that enters your home or building, the worse the mold damage your property will suffer.

5. Spray everywhere inside your house mildew cleaner/fungicidal killer such as boric acid powder (with drying in between, assisted by a fan after the fungicide has worked for at least one hour) into all damaged building areas and on all exterior and interior surfaces [attic, basement, crawl space, each room on the walls, ceilings, and floors, plus into each heating/cooling duct register]. Scrub all of your furnishings and carpeting and personal possessions with boric acid powder by using sponge, wipe or via hand-pump trigger sprayer.  For every week that your home goes unrepaired, repeat this mold killing and mold cleaning procedure for both the home and your possessions.

6. Learn and utilize the 10 steps required for safe and effective mold remediation, as explained at Mold Remediation

7. When you return to your house after a hurricane, flood, or other natural disaster, and when it is safe to turn the electricity on [no standing water and with the approval of your local electric utility company or city building department], turn on the air conditioning to distribute cool, dry air throughout the house to begin the drying-out. If you don’t yet have electricity, leave the windows closed to keep moist outdoor air from entering into your home or other building.

8. Wet drywall can sometimes be dried, but speed in drying is absolutely essential. Wet drywall is usually to be removed and discarded as your best course of action. If the drywall remains wet for any length of time (especially after 24 hours), mold can start to grow INSIDE the drywall, as well as behind the drywall. Vinyl wall covering should be removed because the vinyl is a moisture barrier preventing the drywall underneath from drying fast. FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) recommends that wet drywall be cut out and discarded immediately because the moisture inside the drywall can wick its way up the drywall above and beyond any original flooding impact.
 

9. If you are going to cover furniture and household effects with plastic, make sure they are very dry and that the plastic is totally sealed on all sides, including the bottom, to completely encapsulate the furniture from high humidity in the air that is the result of hurricanes, flooding, etc.. When you put plastic over an item that is not totally dry, or that has access to high humidity, you have made the plastic coverings act like greenhouses where mold will grow abundantly.

10.  FEMA recommends that flood or water damage victims first get everything that is wet out of the house ... if you can clean it, like clothes — wash and dry it properly — then you're OK. But things like wet sheetrock, insulation, carpeting ... probably have to be
thrown away.
 

Hire mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find air conditioning mold, workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the walls, ceilings, floors, crawl space, attic, and basement of your house, condominium, office, or other building anywhere in USA, Canada, Asia, Europe, or worldwide.
 
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Mold Monsters ebook Do-it-yourself Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Prevention. Mold, Fungus, & Health Guide Mold Legal Guide.

Mold Monsters

DIY Mold Book

Mold Health Guide

Mold Legal Guide

       
Mold Home Remedy Recipes. Seller Mold Disclosure ebook Landlord Mold Disclosure ebook

Tenant Legal Notices to Landlord About Mold

Mold Killer Recipes Seller Disclosure Landlord Disclosure Tenant Legal Notices
       
Airborne Allergy Home Remedies Home remedies for sinusitis. High Blood Pressure [Hypertension] Guide. Home Remedies for Asthma.
Allergy Remedies Sinusitis Remedies Hypertension Guide Asthma Remedies
       
 

Become a Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator, and/or Certified Environmental Hygienist
by completing the distance learning program of the Professional Certification Institute and Ecology College.
 

Hire mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find air conditioning mold, workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the heating/cooling equipment and ducts, walls, ceilings, floors, crawl space, attic, and basement of your house, condominium, office, or other building anywhere in USA, Canada, Asia, Europe, and worldwide.
 
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