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Do-It-BEST-Yourself Mold Books To Solve Mold Problems

Solve your property mold infestation problems, mold health problems, and mold legal problems in the most effective and affordable ways by following the advice and tips contained in these three mold instructional books.

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Mold Health Guide
Mold Legal Guide



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Mold Advice & Help

1. Hire a Certified Mold Inspector, or use do-it-yourself mold test kits or lift tape sampling with mold lab analysis for mold mildew mold inspection and mold testing for various types of mold to find and identify mold in homes and houses, mold spores, black mold, black mold toxic, other toxic molds, water mold, other dangerous molds, household mold, basement mold, attic mold, heating-cooling duct mold, and crawl space mold.


2. Hire a Certified Mold Remediator, or use Do-It-BEST-Yourself mold products for mold in home problems, mold cleaning, to kill house mold, mold abatement, mold remediation, mold removal, and mold prevention.  Read mold removal techniques & tips.


3. For mold training, mold education,mold certification, visit: Mold School.


4. If you are experiencing black mold symptoms, other mold symptoms, a mold allergy, symptoms of mold allergy, or you want to see black mold pictures, read the ebook Mold Health Guide.




Do Your Own Hurricane Sandy Flood Damage Repair, Mold Removal, and Mold Remediation

►Read mold experts Phillip and Divine Fry's Nov. 2, 2012, book Hurricane Sandy Mold, Germ, & Odor Removal & Prevention. 175 pages. Ebook $25; Print Edition $49. 
 ►Buy the mold cleaning and mold killing fungicides
Tim-Bor and Boric Acid Powder.
 ►Buy the Bio3Blaster®
ozone generator to kill mold spores, mold growth, and bacterial growth in your water-damaged real estate home or commercial building. Available in both home and contractor models. After using the ozone blaster in your home or building, rent it out for at least $100 daily rent or provide ozone blasting service to other Sandy storm victims in your area.
 ►Buy a
mold fogging machine to fog Tim-Bor and Boric Acid Powder into all areas of your house or commercial building including the attic, basement, and crawl space.

►Be trained and certified online in just one to two weeks to be a
Certified Mold Inspector and Certified Mold Remediator. Be trained in just four to eight weeks to be a Certified Environmental Hygienist.
Phillip and Divine also provide mold inspection, testing, remediation, and prevention services in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and other east coast states. For more information and help, please phone
mold expert Phillip Fry 1-480-217-7173or email

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Toxic Mold Prevention & Control Tips & Steps

from mold consultant Phillip Fry


Moisture control and mold maintenance are the keys to toxic mold control
and mold prevention in your home, condominium, apartment, office, workplace, commercial building, hospital, school,  or government building.

When water leaks or spills occur indoors - ACT QUICKLY!

  • If wet or damp materials or areas are dried 24-48 hours after a leak or spill happens, in most cases, mold will not begin to grow.

  • If a room or area has been flooded with water soaking into the side walls, you will need to open up the bottoms of those walls to dry the interiors of the wet walls with fans and dehumidifiers, and also treat such interior areas by spraying a mold preventative like Tim-Bor or boric acid powder.

  • Clean and repair the roof regularly to keep water out. Regularly check inside the attic for evidence of roof water leaks such as water spots, water damage, and mold growth.

  • Keep air conditioning drip pans clean and the drain line open and free-flowing to get rid of condensed water to avoid air conditioning mold. Clean the insides of central cooling machinery and room air conditioners at least every 3 months because of mold and dirt mold food buildup inside such areas.

  • Make sure the ground slopes are away from the building foundation, so that water does not enter or collect around the foundation.

  • Keep sewer lines unobstructed and flowing properly.

  • Keep indoor humidity low. If possible, keep indoor humidity below 60 percent (ideally between 30 and 50 percent) relative humidity. Relative humidity can be measured with a moisture or humidity meter, a small inexpensive ($30) digital hygrometer available at many hardware and home improvement stores.

  • If you see condensation or moisture collecting on windows, walls or pipes - ACT QUICKLY to dry the wet surface and reduce the moisture/water source. Condensation can be a sign of high humidity.

Here are several practical tips to minimize the possibilities of water flooding and thus water and mold damage to your home:

1. If you are going away for the weekend or for a vacation or any other prolonged absence from your home, turn off the water valve at your water meter or well so that water cannot flood your home in a plumbing line break or leak during your absence.

2. Periodically, turn off all water-using equipment/fixtures in your home so that you can carefully watch your water meter to make sure that the usage meter is not turning because of a hidden or unknown water leak.

3. Make sure that your outdoor lot grading takes water away from your home and NOT toward your home.

4. Make sure that the drain lines from your roof gutters take the water away from your home and NOT put the rainfall into the immediate ground next to your home foundation and basement walls.

5. Have your roof carefully inspected at least once a year by a licensed roof contractor or capable handyman looking for missing shingles, degraded roof components, separation of the roof from chimneys and exhaust pipes, etc.

6. If your house lot is at risk of flooding from a higher neighboring property, build on your lot lines a solid wall masonry fence [hollow block construction with cement surface finishing] on the vulnerable boundaries of your property.

7. Use a hidden moisture meter from time to time to scan all floors, walls, and ceilings for hidden moisture/water problems [such as from roof leaks, siding leaks, or plumbing leaks].

8. Make sure that the condensation line from your roof-mounted air conditioning unit is not clogged [and thus allowing the backup of condensate water into your home because of the clogged line] to prevent air conditioning mold.

Spraying a mold preventative chemical on wood timbers during
building construction. Picture by Certified Mold Inspector Hank
Taylor. Visit Hank's webpage in the southern California section of the
Mold Inspectors Directory.

Airborne mold spores from live indoor plants can travel in air currents to cause health problems for occupants and possible mold growth in the home through mold cross-contamination. To help prevent mold, do not keep live plants indoors. Also, you should not keep inside dried flowers and plants upon which mold loves to feast, utilizing high indoor humidity to drive the mold growth.

Mold Prevention Guides and Tips

Mold Prevention during Design/Construction of New Home

Prevent Damage with Pressure Washing

Mold Prevention Steps During Environmental Calamities
Mold Legal Problems

Mold Training


All Homes Have a Mold Problem. Even if your home looks clean, chances are good you've got mold, often at levels high enough to trigger allergy and asthma attacks. That bit of dour news comes courtesy of a new university research study that also found the mold is frequently in areas most people don't associate with it -- windowsills, for instance. After surveying 160 homes in seven U.S. cities, Kelly A. Reynolds of the University of Arizona, Tucson, found that 100 percent of the homes tested positive for mold on some inside surface. The discovered molds were all highly allergenic molds. Read the entire home mold research.

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