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"I look forward to talking soon, I have been extremely busy lately with a variety things but I will get back to you shortly."
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"Hope to hear back from you Tri-Seal of Hawai'i!"
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Delia Montgomery d/b/a Chic Eco left a comment for Tri-Seal of Hawai`i
"RE sales representation, my online bio/resume summary is http://www.chiceco.com/ecoimages/chiceco_founder_jan2010.pdf. My yurt home office is a model showroom in Pahoa. I will be sealing the 2 doorway lanais, which can be a form of marketing…"
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Tri-Seal of Hawai`i left a comment for Delia Montgomery d/b/a Chic Eco
"Aloha Delia, could you send me some info about yourself and Chic Eco? I am interested in sales reps. Thank you for your interest. I look forward to talking with you."
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Delia Montgomery d/b/a Chic Eco left a comment for Tri-Seal of Hawai`i
"Do you recruit sales reps? I'm willing to purchase Tri-Seal for my model home ... and market for sales commission that way."
Jun 5, 2010
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MOLD

Does anyone have or know someone with mold growing somewhere in or on your house or apartment and you just can't seem to get rid of it? You try to kill it with bleach, and it works temporarily, but it grows back? I have seen this many times on The Big Island. I talked to a girl who had to move because of her allergies to mold and she could'nt get rid of it. It's no secret these day's about harmful mold spores. Breathing the spores of some types of mold cause respiratory problems, migrain…See More
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Tricopolymer Technology for the building industry

Tricopolymer technology on a molecular level is natural, biochemical sophistication at it's best. It is a combination of technology, bio-chemical research, and natures own substances in symbiotic perfection. Our Tricopolymer liquid recipe combines high covalent bonds and a long chained matrix of complex, three dimensional webbing. Out of thousands of natural polymers, which scientific studies state will hold up for a human lifetime, six in just the right combination and proper balance was found…See More
Jan 16, 2010
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Protecting our biggest investments- Houses and buildings

This information is for anyone interested in 'Greener' methods ofconstruction as well as preserving any size structure built. When we build astructure, I believe we should consider how to build it with strength and'staying' power, considering that the outdoor and indoor environments arethe harshest elements which cause the most degradation and destruction tothe core of the investment. Moisture related issues, besides naturaldisasters, compromise the structural integrity of the building the…See More
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Why not use Lumber-Seal to protect your next or current structure? It's very inexpensive and it is probably more important than the front door. If you are really into 'green' eco products, take a good , hard look at Lumber-Seal. It is real, organic and it works. There is nothing like it and it is exciting in this world of chemical products to be involved in a True, Eco-friendly,'Green' product that out performs ANY product out there. And didn't we know that eco products could?!?
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Architects - Building - Construction, Environmental Education, Hotels & Resorts, Locally Owned Businesses, Organic Products
As an Individual, Business or Organization I've made the following efforts to give back to the community, be mindful of the environment, reduce waste, and/or stimulate the local economy.
Educate people about the environmental issues in Hawai`i concerning built structures(Mold,mildew,water issues) and the health hazard they pose which affect 1 in 4 people and how to protect your family and your home for many years.
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To inform the public that there is a way to substantially protect and prolong the lifespan of any building from moisture & environmental issues that will inevitably arise.
The goal of Tri-Seal of Hawai`i is to educate the community and businesses about the facts surrounding indoor Mold, providing information on the mental and physical health risks and show how to permanently eliminate it's growth from houses and public buildings with an eco-friendly solution that really works.

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MOLD

Posted on April 28, 2010 at 5:15pm 0 Comments

Does anyone have or know someone with mold growing somewhere in or on your house or apartment and you just can't seem to get rid of it? You try to kill it with bleach, and it works temporarily, but it grows back? I have seen this many times on The Big Island. I talked to a girl who had to move because of her allergies to mold and she could'nt get rid of it. It's no secret these day's about harmful mold spores. Breathing the spores of some types of mold cause respiratory problems, migrain…

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Got Mold?

Posted on October 9, 2009 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

Mold is a major issue in Hawai`i and the outer islands. Mold is linked to depression, asthma and many other health problems. It has been reported that 1 in 4 people have allergies and that 50% of all asthma cases in the U.S. are attributed to allergens which include mold. Preventing environmental issues in an eco-friendly manner is now available. The EPA states that the key to preventing mold is moisture control and further states that no mold will grow without moisture, food source(wood) and… Continue

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At 12:23pm on June 5, 2010, Delia Montgomery d/b/a Chic Eco said…
Do you recruit sales reps?
I'm willing to purchase Tri-Seal for my model home ... and market for sales commission that way.
At 9:22am on June 8, 2010, Delia Montgomery d/b/a Chic Eco said…
RE sales representation, my online bio/resume summary is http://www.chiceco.com/ecoimages/chiceco_founder_jan2010.pdf.
My yurt home office is a model showroom in Pahoa. I will be sealing the 2 doorway lanais, which can be a form of marketing Tri-Seal. I exhibit @ public markets occasionally; no set schedule, but could do more w/ support. All products & companies I represent are with an environmental & sustainable platform. I offer services as well (Hi Bldg Concierge) and collaborate w/ Yurts of Hawaii construction needs as I sell yurts.
At 1:36pm on June 17, 2010, Delia Montgomery d/b/a Chic Eco said…
Hope to hear back from you Tri-Seal of Hawai'i!

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