Gainesville, FL, November 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Spiderman S. Mulholland, a leading forensic expert on building envelope, water intrusion, toxic mold, and Chinese Drywall of U S Building Consultants, Inc., holds second training seminar for defective drywall inspection and remediation.
Homeowners, builders, and tradesmen in the construction industry have to be aware of remediation efforts that will help or harm clients that have found themselves in one of the biggest Environmental disaster in U S housing history. Priority should be to remove the source and restore the human health, life safety of the occupants along with the integrity of the structure. If a solution cannot achieve these basic elements, it should not be considered as a viable solution moving forward.
Based on twenty-five years in remediation, it has never been an acceptable practice to leave the source of the problem in the homes. Under normal remediation practices, if it’s mold, asbestos, meth labs toxins, toxic industrial elements, or defective products, the source has to go. Anything short of removing source opens up several different complications and homeowners may find themselves up against the wall in living or selling their number one investment. Anytime the source of the contamination in left in a home, you are just asking for trouble down the road.
Public perception already has acknowledged that removal of the drywall is most likely going to be the best option after careful analysis of all the dynamics of this situation. Mr. Mulholland’s opinion is that people are not looking for a Band-Aid solution when it comes to their number one investment; they want real solutions that are both economical and scientific sound.
Defective Drywall in America workgroup, Building Envelope Science Institute and U S Building Consultants are presenting the certification for Chinese or other defective drywall in Gainesville, Florida on December 13-15, 2009 at the Best Western Gateway Grand. This program will certify inspectors, consultants, project managers, and remediation contractors. For more information, go to www.BESInstitute.org
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