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Choosing A Mold Removal Contractor - Mold Removal Questions
1.00 Does anyone know addresses or phone numbers of companies who would be willing to sponsor a charity?

Q. I have started a seperate division of my contracting company that would provide services to low income families in order to better our neighborhood and help keep people safe (removal of lead pain, fixing roofs, removing mold and asbestos, etc.). Does anyone know any addresses or phone numbers of corporate or individual sponsors who my be willing to help fund us?

A. You need to check businesses in your area. Also call the tv stations and get the word out. Churches too.

1.00 Concerns over mold in home.?

Q. We signed a lease on a home to move in. We are trying to get the place in livable, cleaning, etc. They had dogs and there are hairs all over the place. Each and everytime I am in the house I get a very sore throat. Husband gets a headache. I was wondering if there could be a mold problem so we bought prolab kits. One downstairs had a few small mold spores and the ones upstairs just one. I don't want to overreact just concerned. We are going to clean out ducts and shampoo carpets but a company specializing in pet odor removal. The house is only 4 years old. What could the sore throat be from? Thanks.

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1.00 Should a person who is allergic to penicillin help with the removal of black mold caused by flooding?

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1.00 Mold/ black mold clean up and removal?

Q. We have mold in or bathroom what is the name of the product [not bleach] that kills it and found at the hardwear store help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A. Try using baking soda and vinegar paste.

1.00 Removal of Mold on Coquina House?

Q. Anyone have any experience removing mold from a coquina house? It is black mold and is very prevalent where there is water run off. Are there environmental concerns with bleach? Kill plants, etc.

A. 60% bleach 40% water...

1.00 What companies are hiring for Asbestos, Mold, Toxic Waste etc. removal in Japan?

Q. Im Looking to move to Japan because I want to be able to travel and still work in places where I go so I really need to keep a job. Asbestos is everywhere and I know with the disaster in Japan the is plenty of Toxic Waste, Asbestos, and Mold. Thank you for any info. I have tried in the search bar in yahoo for theses type of jobs but no luck.

A. Unfortunately unless you know fluent Japanese or are a degreed engineer, finding employment in Japan will be next to impossible. Japan is a very insular country and there's a great deal of xenophobia present among its people. Also, it's very difficult to obtain a work visa for Japan. You might try Kajima, which is a large Japanese construction firm that also has a strong presence in the United States. Here's a link to their website:http://www.kajimausa.com/.

1.00 Flood insurance?

Q. I called GEICO, they told me that flood insurance is only available through FEMA ($180/yr - everybody pays the same). A "flood event" is defined as water that covers two acres; water that damages your house but does not cover a two acre area would not fall under flood insurance. I have drainage back-up water damage insurance under a separate policy. $180/mo. would be a waste of money? In other words, (for example) if my neighbors' juvenile delinquent teenagers turn on the water spigot of the old lady nextdoor in the middle of the night, and that creates a half-acre puddle, and my house gets flooded, what good would flood insurance or sewer-backup insurance do? Probably none? My friend's apartment was flooded in the middle of the night by the apartment complex's defective ice machine. Man, nobody is taking responsibility and they have to move, there is serious mold damage even though a water removal company came immediately, and their dog doesn't want to move to a new place.

A. Sewer water backup & sump pump overflow is an endorsement to most homeowners policies. This would NOT be covered by a flood policy. GEICO had the definition of flood ALMOST correct. The definition is the flood must cover 2 acres or 2 properties in the immediate area (so a neighbor 3 houses away would count) above ground on normally dry land. So if a neighbor kid left the outside water running & the water went from your neighbor to you and caused damage to your home, flood insurance should cover it (because there would be 2 properties involved), less your deductible. There is a 30 day waiting period for flood insurance, your town must participate in NFIP & the premium is paid in full. The rates are set by FEMA however, not everyone pays the same, it depends on their flood zone, the elevation of their home & the value of the house and contents they decide to insure.

1.00 Renting a house that is not livable?

Q. My husband and I are renting a house. 3 months ago, a water leak caused mold which was removed and cleaned. In the removal of mold- our laundry room, sink, dish washer and part of our kitchen floor was removed. Our fridge was relocated to our dining room. Basically, the only thing in the kitchen we can use is the stove but we have nowhere to wash our dishes or get water. We also have no access to washer/dryer hook ups. ' No reconstruction on our house has been started. No effort made to get the insurance company in gear about the fix. Our landlord is refusing to reduce our rent for the time being and/or compensate us for the past 2 months that half our house is under construction. Do we have any legal options? I know most of the rental agreement is laid out in the lease, but other than that, any advice??

A. Yes, if it is not in livable conditions you can call your state and they will give you a number you call that number and they will go after the land lord. the land lord can lose his house and it could be handed over to you for a very cheap price. or he will kick it into gear and get it fixed fast.

Choosing A Mold Removal Contractor

 Mold Removal - Choosing A Mold Removal Contractor Selecting a mold removal contractor is not as easy as you think. For one thing, mold remediation contractors aren't bound by hard and fast certification rules, unlike other trades. What this means is that there aren't any certifications that are absolutely recognized by the industry, and as such you can take your mold remediation contractor's 4 page long list of certifications at face value. They don't mean much, because they are not the industry standard. This lack of industry guidelines for mold remediation companies has made it difficult to distinguish genuine experienced mold removal contractors from handymen. Use your best judgment, never underestimate experience, and make sure your mild removal company has experience removing mold from the area of the house that you want it to be removed from.

 mold removal company in West Palm Beach, Florida If you really feel better about hiring a mold remediation contractor who has some kinds of certification in this industry that are more frequently cited than others, look for one who has a certification from the National Air Duct Cleaner's Association or the Indoor Air Quality Association. But, certification or the lack of it shouldn't be the basis for your selection. Check if your mold remediation contractor has experience in the sort of mold remediation you're looking for. Some mold removal companies may have extensive experience in removing mold that has intruded into the house through dampness in the kitchen, basement etc. Other sorts of mold infiltrates your HVAC system. Whatever the source of the mold, your mold removal contractor should have sufficient experience dealing with that kind of mold infestation. Different sorts of mold contamination require different sorts of remediation processes. Your mold removal contractor shouldn't be content with a generic method of remediation.

The mold remediation contractor you're considering should use, and apply generally accepted industry protocol, wherever applicable. For instance, he should be aware of the standards and guidelines as laid down by environmental agencies and other government agencies. Your mold remediation contractor should be sufficiently insured, so as to protect you against the possibility of liability. He must be able to give you a written estimate for your mold remediation in your premises. Make sure that his estimate makes allowances for the discovery of new mold ridden areas after commencement of the remediation. If this happens, he should be able to offer you a price wise estimate for the remediation instead of a hourly fee.

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