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    Re: Mold Prevention - MicroShield Environmental Services

    Posted by DD on 9/13/05

    Now for the due diligence:

    I can't find an EPA establishment number for the company listed on the web site you gave. The
    EPA establishment number they give on the web site belongs to someone else.

    I can't find an EPA registration number for the product they call MicroShield ES #1 or
    MicroShield ES #2.

    The EPA product number on their web site does not belong to a product called MicroShield ES #1
    or MicroShield ES #2.

    One of the EPA numbers lead me to a product sold by Unsmoke.com. Have you seen the list of
    hazardous ingredients in the product or read the precautionary statements on the MSDS?
    http://www.unsmoke.com/pdf/MicrobanQGC_MSDS_s.pdf

    The EPA PC code they give on MicroShield ES # 2 Encapsulant, lists alot of products but not one
    called MicroShield ES # 2 Encapsulant. Do you have an MSDS on this product or an EPA
    registration number? Is it registered with the EPA and the State of Florida?

    The patent number they give goes to a patent for an antimicrobial that says nothing about the
    invention being used on wood. It talks about steel and plastic.

    I can't find any products registered or sub-registered to MICROSHIELD ENVIROMENTAL SERVICES,
    LLC, or to a company called Dwyer & Associates.

    MICROSHIELD ENVIROMENTAL SERVICES, LLC is a company in WINTER SPRINGS, FL, that was registered
    with the Florida Sec of State only 4 months ago. The address given on the web site is in
    Orlando.

    Dwyer & Associates is an active DBA located at the address given on the web site. However, the
    owner of that business is different then the principle named on the MICROSHIELD ENVIROMENTAL
    SERVICES, LLC filing.

    The phone number given, 321-436-7706, also goes to 3 other companies: "buckseal.com", "Inter
    Steel Structures" and "Foam Insulation Specialists"

    Florida has some pretty strigent requirements when it comes to licensing mold remediation firms -
    do you know their license number? I couldn't find it on Microshield's web site. You say their
    techs are certified. Certified with whom?


    DD

    On 9/12/05, Keith wrote:
    > On 9/08/05, Phill wrote:
    >> On 8/20/05, EnviroCare wrote:
    >>> Have you looked at envirocare? See them at www.envirocarecorp.com.
    >>>
    >>> They have many offices around Florida and have a proven track record of success.
    >>
    >> We had the guys from EnviroCare in our office. These guys were your typical fast talking
    >> salesmen with no real knowledge of how to build a house or what a Home Builders real concerns
    >> are. They didnt even have any practical knowledge about mold and their product. We use only
    >> Microshield mold pretreatment. Microshields techs are all certified and come from the
    >> homebuilding industry. Most were supers. They speak our language and we trust them. Yes
    >> that matters. Their chemicals have had an EPA registration since 1965 and have been working
    >> well for us since 2002. I like the fact that the guy that developed the program is a builder
    >> himself. I really dont think any of the other fast talkers have that kind of a back ground.
    >> Good Luck guys.
    >
    >
    > I think that the service our division receives from Microshield environmental services is
    > unmatched.
    >
    > I have had the pleasure to met with the builder that developed the complete MicroShield mold
    > prevention program and it really is well rounded and intended to prevent any and all mold
    > related issues.
    >
    > The brochures that we are provided with educate and inform our buyers about the steps we take
    > to pretreat and prevent mold in our homes. Our buyer response has been phenomenal.
    >
    > Prior to the implementation of Microshield ES our field superintendents would be asked
    > questions regarding frame stage mold with no real reply. We now have excellent brochures
    > explaining the pretreatment process and protocol procedures outlining both the buyers and the
    > builders responsibilities should either of us experience a water intrusion event.
    >
    > Donít just pretreat your homes. Get a complete mold prevention program that documents the
    > process from pre-drywall mold pretreatments to written reports for all water intrusion
    events.
    > I havenít found another company out there that has such a program.
    >
    > We feel that we have a mold prevention program that pretreats, documents and most importantly
    > mediates with the buyer so both builder and buyer are happy and never feel the need to
    litigate.
    >
    > If you are serious about building a home that is protected and pretreated from mold call
    > Microshield Environmental services. www.microshieldit.com.
    >
    >
    >

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