EnviroFry Recommends Getting Second Opinion or Bid for Toxic Mold Inspection, Testing, & Removal

Top Quote Certified Environmental Hygienist Phillip Fry of EnviroFry advises that mold victims get a second opinion or second bid before hiring a company for toxic mould inspection, testing, and remediation. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 28, 2014 - Montrose, MI -- "Get a second opinion or bid from an EnviroFry Certified Environmental Hygienist before hiring mold inspection, testing, and remediation services to make sure that the job gets done right and at the right price," advocates Phillip Fry, mold expert and webmaster since 1999 of the mold information website www.moldinspector.com.

    "Often mold service companies do incomplete, superficial, and unprofessional inspection and testing that fails to find toxic mold infestations hidden inside walls, ceilings, floors, attics, basements, crawl spaces, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts," warns Mr. Fry, who is a Certified Environmental Hygienist, Professional Industrial Hygienist, and author of five mold advice ebooks.

    "In addition, many mold companies remediation jobs fail to get rid of mold growth completely and safely. Before hiring a mold company to do remediation, compare its proposed mold remediation plan with the ten steps necessary for effective mold removal, as posted at www.moldinspector.com/mold_removal.htm," advises Mr. Fry, whose national EnviroFry firm does mould inspection, testing, and removal in most areas of the U.S.

    "One of the most important facts to learn is what fungicide the company plans to use to kill mold. Many mold companies still continue use ineffective bleach instead of a proven E.P.A.-registered fungicide because bleach is low in cost and available at a local grocery store. Read why bleach does not kill mold at www.bleach-mold-myth.com," suggests Mr. Fry.

    "Another warning sign is when the mold company's bid includes a secret 'proprietary' fungicide. Insist on knowing in advance what products are going to be used and on receiving and reviewing the material safety data sheet (MSDS) for the proposed product," adds Mr. Fry.

    "Ask for many client references, and then call the references to learn what they have to say about the actual services provided by mold company," further suggests Mr. Fry. Also, visit www.bbb.org to find out whether the firm is BBB-accredited and whether the firm has a good or bad BBB record in handling customer complaints.

    For the highest quality mold inspection, testing, and remediation, hire only a company staffed with Certified Environmental Hygienists, Professional Industrial Hygienists, or Certified Industrial Hygienists. Just being a "certified mold inspector" or "certified mold remediator" is not very re-assuring to a prospective client in view of the brief (two to three days) training received by many "certified" mold inspectors and mold remediators.

    To get a second opinion or bid for a mold problem anywhere in Arizona, California, or Nevada, contact Lee Maglanoc, Certified Environmental Hygienist, by emailing azmoldinspector ( @ ) yahoo dot com, or phoning 602-757-1918, or visiting
    www.arizonamoldinspection.net, www.sandiegomoldinspection.net, or www.southerncaliforniamoldinspectiontesting.com.

    For a second opinion or bid in most areas in Midwestern, Eastern, and Southern USA, contact Phillip Fry by emailing phil ( @ ) moldinspector dot com, or phoning toll-free 866-300-1616, 810-639-0523, or cell phone 480-310-7970, or visiting www dot moldexpertconsultants dot com dot

    Phillip Fry, Co-Manager
    10104 Sheridan Rd.,
    Montrose, Michigan 48457
    Phone Toll-Free 866-300-1616, 810-639-0523
    Cell Phone 480-310-7970
    phil ( @ ) moldinspector dot com

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