Will Mold Remediation Professionals Have A Harder Time To Get Paid In 2012? Molderizer.com Offers A Solution

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As more material costs become more expensive for mold professionals, clients are also disputing to finalize the project and pay for the work. The added costs are creating a challenge for many mold professionals to get paid and complete projects correctly. Molderizer.com announces a new technology which the company claims to remove at least one person in labor and cut material cost by 35% from a project.

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This new technology has already saved our private clients thousands by reducing labor costs and preventing any worries and legal ramifications that are caused by mold projects having a re-occurrence of mold after a mold remediation has been completed.

Molderizer.com states, mold contractors are now claiming more mold remediation projects are ending without full payment. This has became all to clear for the mold contractors in the Guillmette School. While their is a large dispute between ethics and project performance. It appears mold remediation contractors are in a bind to receive full payments for work that they claimed have completed.

Mold contractors working on the Guilmette School, which displaced 1,300 students and staff for most of the school year has finally been re-open. But the multimillion dollar mess from the mold is not entirely been wiped clean as the Eagle Tribune reports below:

"Several subcontractors who sent scores of workers into the school to scour the infested ducts and rip out the soggy insulation, tiles and wallboards say they've been stiffed by the general contractor who hired them to get the $1.9 million cleanup done within the tight deadlines set by the school district. They say they may sue."

"They haven't paid us a dime, and we don't know how to get paid unless we apply pressure," said Tim Robbins, owner of Servpro of the Seacoast, a Dover, N.H., company that was one of four Servpro franchises hired for the Guilmette job by Servpro of Lawrence, the job's general contractor. Robbins said he had up to 85 people working on the cleanup and is owed about $650,000." You can read the news story here

Molderizer.com has been reaching out to mold remediation professionals who have been having similar issues. The on going costs and worry of future outbreaks may ruin many of the mold professionals hard work and reputation.

Finally after negotiations with it's elite clients who had exclusive access to Molderizer.com mold remediation products. Molderizer.com has reported that they will be making it's line of non-toxic mold cleaners available to the public and other mold professionals.

Molderizer.com stated "The new technology being released will allow mold contractors to quickly kill mold and prevent it from coming back. Molderizer and Safe Shield are two of our newest green mold killing products, that also encapsulate surfaces to prevent future mold amplification."

"This new technology has already saved our private clients thousands by reducing labor costs and preventing any worries from legal ramifications that are caused by mold projects having a re-occurrence of mold after a mold remediation has been completed."

Molderizer.com has reached out to many mold contractors to offer a new technology to subside costs and improve profits by applying their newest mold remediation products, called Safe Shield and Molderizer.

Currently, till the end of February mold remediation professionals can receive a complimentary sample of the mold remediation kit. Get access to this complimentary sample at http://www.molderizer.com

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