Re: Mold Prevention coatings applied during new construction
Posted by Mike on 9/08/05
On 11/23/04, Tom B. wrote:
> American Mold Guard's product is registered with the EPA. The
> company is using the same active ingredient with an added surface
> durability feature. The company only purchases product from
> manufactures that hold EPA registrations for the actual
> claim/surface being treated.
> On 10/20/04, Robert D wrote:
>> I know of American Mold Guard and the Forticel product. I have
>> been in the remediation business for 15 years and have used
> every product on the market. Last week, the manufacturer of the
>> Forticel product and one of their distributors was issued a
>> and Desist order by the EPA for making illegal claims. Their
>> products are not EPA Registered and can not kill or prevent the
>> growth of mold on any surface accept for their paint film
>> coating. You have to be careful and not believe everything that
>> you read. American Mold Guard used to have a good product but
>> they have changed manufacturer and are making their own product
>> that is not EPA Registered.
>> Do not buy or use any product that is not EPA Registered and be
>> sure to require the EPA Reg. No. A lot of these people make
>> claims that they can not prove. Require documentation or call
>> the EPA to verify claims.
>> For your own benefit, check out www.microbeguardinc.com.
>> On 8/26/04, Bill wrote:
>>> On 8/03/04, v wrote:
>>>> On 8/02/04, Ljc wrote:
>>>>> I recently ran across a company called American Mold Guard.
>>> (Irvine, CA). They provide a ten year warranty against mold
>>> growth on the application of their anti-mold surface coating
>>> product which is applied during new construction on interior
>>> framing and walls. Has anyone heard of this company or
>>> product? Does it make any sense...?
>>>> It only makes sense if they have a lifetime warrenty. and
>>> are still around ten yrs. from now. good idea though, if you
>>> can pull it off. be leary, be weary.
>>> I am a builder, and have tested several products. The one I
>>> got the best test results with is called Forticel. The
>>> company who makes it is called Protective Coatings Group.
>>> Their web address is www.4pcg.com
I have been using the microshield protection for awhile now. We
like it and its affordable. It takes the microshield guys about 2
hrs per home for the complete 2 step process. Very proffessional
group. I reccommend them to everyone interested in mold
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