Hurricane Sandy Mold, Germ, & Odor Removal & Prevention Book Published Nov. 19, 2012
The new book Hurricane Sandy Mold, Germ, & Odor Removal & Prevention explains how property owners can do their own or hired-contractor Hurricane Sandy water damage restoration, mold and germ inspection and testing, and mold, germ, and odor removal.
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November 19, 2012 (FPRC) -- The 175 page book Hurricane Sandy Mold, Germ, & Odor Removal & Prevention by mold and environmental hygiene experts Phillip and Divine Fry has been published Nov. 19, 2012, in an ebook edition for delivery by email attachment.
The authors Phillip and Divine Fry are both Certified Environmental Hygienists, Certified Mold Inspectors, Certified Mold Remediators, and Certified Ozone Professionals, who provide mold inspection, testing, removal and remediation services in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and other east coast states.
The book’s Table of Chapters include: Chapter 1, Hurricane Mold, Germ, & Odor Prevention; Chapter 2, Hurricane Mold, Germ, & Odor Inspection; Chapter 3, Hurricane Mold, Germ, & Odor Testing; Chapter 4, Hurricane Mold, Germ, & Odor Removal & Remediation; Chapter 5, Hurricane Workplace Mold, Germs, & Odors; Chapter 6, Hurricane Insurance Claim Steps & Tips; and Chapter 7, Frequently Asked Questions.
The book also explains in detail:
(1) the health dangers of exposure to Hurricane Sandy-caused toxic mold, bacteria, and germs, and offensive odors;
(2) how homeowners and property owners and managers can do their own or hired-contractor Hurricane Sandy water damage restoration, mold and germ inspection and testing, mold and germ removal and remediation, and removal of mold and other biological smells, water damage odors, pet odors, and other unhealthy smells and stains;
(3) how to use ozone gas generators and chemical fogging machines to kill Hurricane Sandy mold, germs, and odors; and
(4) how to hire and work with experienced and qualified environmental professionals and contractors to find and get rid of Hurricane Sandy-related home and building mold, germs, and odors.
For more information on the book Hurricane Sandy Mold, Germ, & Odor Removal & Prevention, please visit the website www.hurricanemoldremediation. For mold health information, please visit www.moldinspector.com. For information on ozone gas killing of mold, germs, and odors, please visit www.ozonegeneratorkillsmold.com.
For free answers to your questions about hurricane mold, germ, and odor inspection, removal, and prevention, please email environmental consultants Phillip and Divine Fry email@example.com. You can also phone them at 1-480-310-7970.
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