Montrose, MI, November 11, 2013, 4:22 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Certified Environmental Hygienists Phillip and Divine Fry of EnviroFry have introduced their new basement and crawl space mold remediation protocol to find and get rid of toxic mold growth inside the basements and crawl spaces of residences, mobile homes, manufactured homes, commercial buildings, and public buildings in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, and nationwide USA.
The crawl space mold removal protocol is especially helpful for crawl spaces into which ground water wicks up from a bare dirt floor or flows from rainfall and improper surface water drainage, such as the building lot sloping toward the crawl space, rather than away from it. Other sources of water intrusion into crawl spaces are plumbing leaks in water supply and sewage drain pipes located inside the crawl space.
A crawl space is an area beneath a house or other building that usually has a dirt floor and a low ceiling height. To get into that area, one needs to crawl into the space.
Basements often experience serious mold growth from ground water wicking or seeping through concrete and masonry walls, foundations, and floor. In addition, basements can have mold-causing water intrusion from foundation, wall footing, and basement wall cracks, and from water leaks in basement-located water supply and drain pipes, hot water heaters, washing machines, and water softeners.
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Depending on the causes and extent of the basement and crawl space toxic mold infestation, the EnviroFry remediation protocol utilizes several or all of these steps:
(1) waterproofing and encapsulation of basement and crawl space walls, ceilings, and floors.
(2) high output ozone gas treatment as the first and last steps to kill airborne mold spores and surface mold growth. Read about how ozone gas kills mold at www.ozonegeneratorkillsmold.com.
(3) physical removal of mold growth on timbers, other wood surfaces, masonry walls, and mold-damaged items.
(4) spraying or fogging an EPA-registered fungicide on the ceiling and walls both before and after physical mold removal. Read about the effective fungicide TimBor at www.timborprofessional.com.
(5) use a dehumidifier and/or humidistat-controlled exhaust fan to improve ventilation and to lower humidity to 60% humidity or less.
(6) run an air scrubber (industrial HEPA filter and activated carbon filter) to remove airborne mold spores and airborne mycotoxins (mold poisons and volatile organic compounds created by toxic mold growth), and
(8) other appropriate mold removal and mold prevention strategies and techniques.
Arrange basement and crawl space mold inspection and mold remediation for your home or commercial building in metro Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Cleveland, Columbus, Ft. Wayne, Indianapolis, Chicago, or nationwide USA email: email@example.com or phone Phillip Fry toll-free 1-866-300-1616, or Phillip's cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or visit www.moldexpertconsultants.com.
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Montrose, MI 48457