Do Independent Mold Testing & Remediation Protocol Before & After Any Company’s Work, Advises Hygienist Phil Fry

CHARLOTTE, NC – 20 Oct, 2015 – “To know the real extent and severity of mold infestation, and how to get rid of it effectively and safely, insurance claims adjusters and property owners and managers should not rely solely on inspection and testing done by a company that proposes to do a water damage restoration job in flooded homes and buildings in South Carolina, North Carolina, or water-damaged buildings anywhere else in southern, mid-western, or eastern USA,” cautions Phillip Fry, Certified Environmental Hygienist and Professional Industrial Hygienist.

“In addition, Post-remediation inspection and testing should be done by the same environmental or industrial hygienist who did the original inspection and testing to make sure that the mold remediation job was done properly and completely, with the result that the home or commercial building is safe for occupancy,” adds Mr. Fry, who became one of the nation’s first full-time mold inspectors in 1999, two years ahead of most other people entering the mold profession, and who has written five mold advice books.

Until an environmental or industrial hygienist has prepared a detailed, step-by-step mold remediation protocol plan of the precise steps required to make the residence or workplace mold-safe, a water damage restoration, mold remediation company, or do-it-yourself owner does not have a track to run on in preparing or evaluating bids for the safe and effective mold remediation of the moldy residence, income property, or commercial building.

By having an independent environmental or industrial hygienist do the property’s mold inspection, testing, and remediation protocol plan, an insurance claims adjuster or company owner or manager can avoid losing big money resulting from the inherent conflict of interest when the inspection company is the same company that will be doing the remediation work.

The water or mold damage restoration company or property owner or manager should follow the protocol exactly as written to enable the residence or building to pass post-remediation inspection and testing. The ten recommended steps for safe and effective mold remediation are posted at

To schedule independent mold inspection and testing, preparation of a mold remediation protocol plan, and/or post-remediation testing anywhere in the Carolinas or eastern USA by Mr. Fry’s firm EnviroFry Upkeep Masters, LLC, email Mr. Fry, or phone toll-free 866-300-1616 or cell phone 480-310-7970, or visit the websites and

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