The directory is available at www.certifiedmoldinspectors.com. The listed mold inspectors and hygienists have been trained and certified by the Environmental Hygienists Association (E.H.A.) at www.ecology-
Mold inspectors and environmental and industrial hygienists are trained and certified to find indoor environmental health threats such as toxic mold, household mold, mold volatile organic compounds (VOCs), chemical VOCs, bacterial infestation, lead paint, lead in water, radon, and other serious indoor environmental problems.
One of the best skills of Certified Mold Inspectors and environmental and industrial hygienists is knowing how to locate mold growth and other environmental dangers that are hidden inside walls, ceilings, floors, attics, basements, crawl spaces, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts.
In addition, the directory includes a section listing available Certified Mold Remediators, who are trained and certified for the safe and effective removal and remediation of mold and mold volatile organic compounds (VOC) in homes, offices, and other workplaces.
Phillip Fry also offers a free Mold Advice Hotline 1-480-217-7173 and 1-480-310-7970 that provides free mold help for mold victims across the USA and worldwide.
Mold victims can also get free answers to their mold questions by emailing Phillip at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or by visiting www.moldinspector.com and www.buildingmoldinspection.com.
Exposure to elevated levels of mold can cause over 100 severe health problems including cancer, brain damage, memory problems, respiratory problems, and skin problems. Read Phillip Fry’s ebook Mold Health Guide, available at www.moldmart.net. If a person is exposed to mold growth at home or at work, he or she should seek medical advice for mold medical diagnosis and treatment.
In addition, a person suffering from likely mold health symptoms should have his or her home and workplace carefully and thoroughly inspected and tested for mold infestation problems.