Enviro Dangers Introduces New Attic Mold Removal Protocol™

Enviro Dangers has developed the complete and effective Attic Mold Removal Protocol™, which premiered USA, Canada, and Asia on Dec. 5, 2012, to kill and get rid of toxic mold growth in the attics of houses, condos, manufactured homes, and commercial and public buildings.

Online PR News – 05-December-2012 – MESA, ARIZONA – Enviro Dangers introduced the new Attic Mold Removal Protocol™ across the USA, Canada, Philippines, and Asia-wide on December 5, 2012, to find and get rid of toxic mold and household mold growth inside the attics of residences, offices, workplaces, and other commercial and public buildings.

An attic is the story or room directly below the roof of a building. The attic ceiling is the bottom side of the roof, and it is thus angled or shaped in conformance with the angles of the roof above.

Attic mold growth can easily spread to the rest of home or other building by growing downward into the ceilings and walls below and by airborne mold spores traveling in air currents outward from the attic vents and windows and into the open windows, doors, and fresh air intake of the building’s heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.

The Attic Mold Removal Protocol™ is explained on the website www.buildingmoldinspection.com. The protocol is especially helpful for attics with mold growth caused by roof leaks, winter roof ice dams, and/or high humidity. The first step is to find and fix all roof leaks, with the help of a licensed roofing contractor if necessary.

Attic Mold Removal Protocol™ utilizes several or all of these attic mold killers, removers, and preventatives: (1) high output ozone generator; (2) mold fogging machine and sprayers to fog or spray mold killing and mold preventing products such as boric acid powder and EPA-registered fungicide Tim-Bor; (3) dehumidifier; (4) humidistat-controlled attic exhaust fan and improved attic ventilation; (5) dehumidifier; (6) physical removal of mold growth on attic roof trusses, floor timbers and plywood, and other wood surfaces; (7) encapsulation of the attic space floor, walls, and ceiling; and (8) other appropriate mold removal strategies.

Arrange attic mold inspection and the Attic Mold Removal Protocol™ for your house, condo, commercial building, or public building by contacting mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Fry, who are both Certified Environmental Hygienists, Certified Ozone Professionals, Certified Mold Inspectors, and Certified Mold Remediators. Email: phil@moldinspector.com or phone