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Hurricane Sandy Mold Removal & Remediation Q & A

If you have a question about how to do Hurricane Sandy  mold removal and mold remediation in New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut, and other states, please email your detailed mold questions to mold consultants Phillip and Divine Fry phil@moldinspector.com, or phone Phillip at 480-217-7173 or 480-310-7970.

Q. Nov. 4, 2012. (received by mold expert Phillip Fry from the New Jersey resident's cell phone)  My my home along a canal in coastal New Jersey was under five feet of water. What do I need to do to stop mold from growing?

A. Take all personal property (e.g., furniture and clothing) out of the house for discarding or for mold cleaning and mold prevention treatment in accordance with the detailed personal property mold remediation steps explained in the new book book Hurricane Sandy Mold, Germ, & Odor Removal & Prevention. You need to have the drywall materials on all flooded walls removed floor to ceiling as soon as possible. Then discard such water damaged drywall.  Use a hand-held garden sprayer (about $40 from a home improvement store or hardware store) to spray a heavy wet coating of  the EPA-registered fungicide Tim-Bor on all wall timbers and on the ceiling, floor, and all personal property in your house. Follow the 25 steps for safe and effective mold removal and mold remediation. Do not re-occupy the house until it has been mold clearance tested as being safe for occupancy.  For hurricane mold inspection and testing services, visit the website Mold Experts.

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