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Q. (Jan. 6, 2015) I really appreciate your prompt reply and information you provided. There is a definite musty smell, particularly in the small closed closet where the stackable washer and dryer are along with the bathroom that is closest to that closet. I met with the owners/landlord yesterday and they admitted that odor has been in that closet since they purchased the unit. They have cleaned out the dryer vent and it has not helped. This apt is on the upper level below the roof and there is crawl space above that closet and bathroom. I suspect there is mold in that crawl space which may be the cause of that musty odor. Now I am worried about   whether mold can stick to my clothes when I do laundry in that washer and dryer?  The dryer never gets terribly hot so I don't know if it would kill any possible mold in washer? I have been looking for another apt but pickings on this side of the island are slim. It may be hard for me to find a rental but I am trying.
    
A. Washing your clothes with Borax laundry detergent (a natural mold remover) is one way to deal with possible laundry room mold issues. Crawl space mold is very common and it is a serious health threat to occupants living in a home that has a crawl space.  Mold in Hawaii is also very common because of high humidity year-round. High humidity alone above 70% occasionally or continually can drive big-time mold growth. Because alternate housing is hard to find in Hawaii, you can mold decontaminate your current rental (and any future home), including the crawl space, closed closet, heating/cooling ducts, and all rooms by buying an affordable home model high output ozone generator for UPS air delivery to your apartment in Hawaii. Please read about the mold-killing effectiveness of ozone generators at www.ozonegeneratorkillsmold.com.  In addition, may I recommend that you fog your apartment with the mold-neutralizing enzyme Beyond Green, available affordable at www.moldmart.net?  If I can be of further service, just let me know----Phillip


    Q.  (from Canada) We are living in a house that has mould growing all the way through, on walls and the roof and also on our belongings. We have been cleaning this for the last 2 years and 6 months. The landlord and real estate just don't care. My 5 children and myself are always sick, These are just some of what we are experiencing: Really bad headaches, Fevers, Runny noses, Constant coughs, Sneezing for half an hour at a time, Hives, My 6 Yr old son has bowel problems, My 9Yr old daughter has constant kidney infections and uti's, Bleeding noses, Ringing in the ears, and There is much more. Do you think this could be making us sick as i can't afford to pay anyone to inspect the mould, Please give me some advice. The mould is pitch black.
    
A. What you describe are commonly-experienced mold-caused health problems. Your family's serious mold-related health problems mean you need to move somewhere safe as soon as possible.  Read about landlord mold liability. Landlords owe a legal duty to provide tenants with habitable housing, and mold in rental units makes units uninhabitable. The problem is that landlords don't care about the mold health problems of their tenants. If you sue a landlord, it will take years in court and cost many thousands of dollars in attorney fees. In the interim, your family's health is at very serious risk. Please read all about mold health on the 400 pages of Mold Inspector. You can use low-cost Tenant to Landlord legal notice forms available at http://www.moldmart.net to try to get positive action from your landlord.  You should also read these two of mold expert Phillip Fry’s mold ebooks: (1) Mold Health Guide; and (2) Mold Legal Guide, only $15 each for email attachment delivery to you from Mold Mart. 

     Q. Recently our hot water heater started leaking and flooded a good amount of our laundry room and master bedroom. We are renters so we immediately called our landlords who were out of town at that time. After several phone calls they finally sent someone over to turn off and drain the hot water heater tank. Our landlord came the next evening once again after me calling) and replaced the tank. The baseboards bowed and peeled away from the wall in places as well as some of the paint above the baseboards has started to peel off b/c of the water damage. I asked the landlord about getting someone in to dry the walls out and check for mold. He laughed and said mold wouldn't form that quickly nor was there enough water damage. ( Though he wasn't here to see how much water there was and I do have pics of all of the water) He said he would let the walls air dry and then re caulk the baseboards. What are our rights as tenants to have the walls professionally dried and tested for mold? I have 3 young children ranging in ages 7 to infant as well as a husband who has a low immune system due to Chrone's disease and am worried about the mold affecting them as they are the ones who are at risk to have side effects from mold growing. Please help me on what to do or if we can get out of our lease b/c they will not send anyone to professionally dry and assess the damage.

     A. Your landlord's inadequate and untimely drying step (or lack thereof!!) is unfortunate because mold will begin growing within 24 hours of the carpeting and padding (if any) being continually wet, plus if water penetrated into the inside of the wall there will be internal mold growth inside the wet wall. With your husband's health problem and your having young children living in the rental unit, you have good reason to be concerned. May I suggest that you send a certified letter with return receipt to your landlord asking that the inside wall cavities be tested (where flooded) by a Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Environmental Hygienist, or Certified Industrial Hygienist. In your letter explain that mold begins growing after just 24 hours of wetness and explain about your husband's medical condition and your having young (and therefore mold vulnerable) children in the rental unit. Put prominently on the letter that you are sending a copy of the letter to the local building inspector and local city or county health department (find out inspector and health officials' personnel names and addresses and put that contact information onto the bottom of the letter beneath your signature as a "cc").  You would be helped big time if you read carefully two of my mold advice ebooks: (1) Mold Health Guide; and (2) Mold Legal Guide, only $15 each for email attachment delivery to you from http://www.moldmart.net.  If I may be of further help, please email me. Best wishes, Phillip Fry, mold consultant, Certified Environmental Hygienist, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator.

      Q. I have lived in my home for 5 years. This past Dec I started getting sick with respiratory problems. I tested positive in April for Histoplasmosis and my most recent lung testing showed positive for 2 different mold colonies growing in my lungs- Aspergillus and Penicillium mold species. I have been oxygen dependent for several months now and am concerned as to what the possible causes could be. We had this house inspected prior to purchase and see no mold growths anywhere within it. I have been confined to this house for nearly 8 months other than hospital visits. Is it possible this is growing in our home and we do not know of it. I have been on chemotherapy and immunosuppressant drugs for RA since Oct of last year and know I cannot fight infections like others do. Any advice you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so very much!!!
     
A. I'm sorry that you are suffering such mold-related health problems.  Some of the likely places you are being exposed to mold are: (1) your workplace; (2) mold growing inside your vehicle's air conditioning and passenger interior; (3) mold growing inside your home window air conditioners and/or heating/cooling equipment and ducts; and (4) mold growth hidden inside your home walls, ceilings, floors, attic, crawl space, basement, and/or garage. Your first step should be to use our do it yourself mold test kits to test the outward air flow from your vehicle's air con/heating system when you operate it, the air flow out of each of your home heating/cooling duct registers, and surface mold sampling (using the combination of Scotch tape lift tape sampling with the each tape put into one of our mold test kits) of horizontal surfaces like tops of kitchen cabinets, top of refrigerator, top of wood trim around windows and doors, carpeting, etc. You should also use the mold test kits to mold test the outward air flow from heating/cooling duct registers and surfaces in your workplace. You can buy mold test kits. You should also buy and read carefully two of my mold advice ebooks: (1) Mold Health Guide; and (2) Do It Best Yourself Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Prevention, only $15 each for email attachment delivery to you from http://www.moldmart.net.  I'm here to help you get through this mold problem. Please email me any follow up mold questions you may have---Phillip Fry, mold consultant, Certified Environmental Hygienist, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator

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  I work at a daycare and there was white mold that kept growing in small areas in one room.  This last week the entire room got covered with mold, along with 2 others.  the owner of the building had someone come in to clean the carpet, but the humidity of the place averages around 70%.  i not only work there but my daughter goes there.  I'm worried about my health, her health, and the kids i take care of there.  is just cleaning the carpets going to get rid of the mold?  it was white, fluffy looking mold.  is that harmful, because the owner said its the same as breathing outside air?  Please help!

   
A. High humidity means big time mold growth.  The daycare center should be using air conditioning and dehumidifiers to keep indoor humidity to 40 to 50% to discourage mold growth. The white mold you see growing is likely to be the unhealthy Claodosporium mold. One way to control mold growth in carpets is to sprinkle the carpet with large amounts of boric acid powder (available at http://www.moldmart.net ) and then do use a hand-held, hard bristle brush to mix the powder thoroughly into the carpet fibers.  Your health and the health of the children and other workers is at a big-time risk because of this mold growth. You would be helped in dealing with these issues by reading my indepth mold advice ebooks Mold Health Guide, Mold Legal Guide, and Do It Best Yourself Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Prevention, only $15 each for email attachment delivery to you from Mold Mart. Your daycare owner can get immediate mold relief for his building by using a high ozone generator to do ozone blasting of the center’s heating/air conditioning equipment and ducts and any window air conditioners, plus ozone treatment of all rooms. 

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Dear Mr. Fry, We bought a home in Henry County, Georgia, through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program as part of the Stimulation Program in 2010 that President Obama offered to counties to help rehab foreclosed homes.  The county bought the homes with federal money, refurbished them and then sold them without profit to families like ours (we have a special needs daughter)...We have been in the house since Janaury 2010.  Our daughter was 4 1/2 when we moved in.  She has been sick constantly since we moved into the house.  It is a ranch home, with the HVAC system in the crawl space.  She almost passed away three times in the last 7 months from respiratory infections.  This last infection started in February and landed her in the children's hospital on 4/17/11 with Bell's Palsy and her kidneys shut down.  It hit me like a ton of bricks when after 24 hours she hadn't been gasping for air, nor needing her sinuses to be suctioned out...why wasn't she symptomatic in the hospital? The specialists said she had pollen allergies, but I said to my husband the house had to be making her sick.  How could pollen have done this to her since February?  We were planning her funeral.  So, we took her out of the hospital bed into the pollen outside and she didn't sneeze or cough, she had no trouble breathing all night.  So, the specialists called in an allergist and she smelled mold on our clothing and our suitcases in the hospital room. I called a couple of friends in the construction business and my home owners insurance company to the house.  They found all kinds of mold in the crawl space, around the hvac system...We put the petrie test kits, two of them, in the home, while Maggi was in the hospital.  One in a closet with the door shut.   It grew mold in a few days.  The other, we put on the furtherest air conditioning vent from where the hvac sat in the crawl space..in our kitchen...for 10 minutes with the air on full blast..it grew black mold, and gray mold within 24 hours, filled the dish. The allergist could smell mold in my scalp.  My question is, how do I find the right company in my state to trust to come out and do quality testing for my fight for the county?  They knew my daughter was special needs and told us the home had been inspected by the county, HUD, the NSP and the contractor...and that we had nothing to worry about...thank goodness our allergist is ready to fight with writing letters and documenting Maggi's exposure to toxic mold and will state that it was killing her.  Had I not noticed her change in symptoms and thought of it being the house, the allergist would have never met Maggi and she said if we had brought her back home thinking it was pollen, she would have died within a week. We are in an apartment and she has done a complete turnaround.  I have contacted my congressman and before we spend the money we don't have on a company to do the proper testing and I hire a lawyer, do you suggest or know anyone in Georgia or how I should go about finding a qualified company I can trust with my daughter's life? Your site is fantastic.  We are only weeks after almost losing Maggi and only weeks away from her 14th surgery.  Your site helped me so much tonight and I hope you read this email.  Visit her website www.maggiblair.com, she is a sweetheart---Donna Blair

     A. To keep the cost of mold testing affordable, have a friend who has some professional credentials like a nurse, government official, building inspector, etc. do lift tape sampling of the worst mold growth areas inside the crawl space and heating/cooling ducts (just inside the register). Learn how to do lift tape sampling by reading the instructions posted on http://www.moldmart.net .  The person taking the samples should provide a notarized affidavit that he or she took the lift tape samples (how many and where in your house). The lift tape samples can then be send through me to a very good USA mold analysis lab. You were very wise to move out of the mold hell into the apartment in which your daughter's health is already improving.  Your daughter's special med needs and the terrible mold health problems you have experienced so far suggest that it is very unsafe for her to be living in the house.  If you have no choice but to live there, take the following measures: (1) your daughter should always wear a N-95 breathing mask (cheap at a pharmacy or home improvement store), changed for new one daily, to minimize her inhalation of airborne mold spores; (2) especially with this being warm now, leave all windows open and use box fans n the windows to continually exhaust indoor air to the outside to minimize the accumulation of indoor airborne mold spores; (3) clean the ceilings, walls, floors, and the surfaces of all furniture, etc. through out your home with borax laundry detergent, a natural mold cleaner, in warm water at least monthly to get rid of landed/deposited mold spores; (4) follow the ten do it yourself mold removal steps and other mold advice relevant to your situation that is explained in my ebooks Do It Best Yourself Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Prevention, Mold Health Guide, and Mold Legal Guide (normally $15 each) delivered to you by email attachment  If I can be of further help, please email me. Best wishes---Phillip Fry, mold consultant, Certified Environmental Hygienist, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator

   
Q. I would much appreciate any thoughts you might have on the mold shown in the photos attached. Should we be worried about mold still in the carpet or below? The home is located in Seattle, Washington.
    
A. Your pictures show advanced mold growth in the carpeting. Your highest priority is to find the water source that enabled the mold to grow in the carpeting. If this carpeting and padding are on a concrete slab, your first item to inspect for is water wicking up from the ground beneath the concrete into the concrete, making the carpeting wet and the mold growth as a consequence. Next, check for siding or plumbing leaks in the wall close to the moldy carpeting. Last, check for any water problems from above (ceiling)---such as, are there water stains on the ceiling above the carpeting?  Only after you find and fix the water problems should you take the next steps----(1) remove and discard the carpeting and padding; and (2) scrub the concrete floor mold spot location with boric acid formula (available at Mold Products http://www.moldmart.net), plus scrub at least 3 feet of concrete beyond where the moldy growth was in the carpeting.
 

       Q. My husband and I recently closed the loan on our new home.  The home was built in 1982 and appeared to be in excellent 
condition. We had the customary inspections done and felt we had made a good purchase. About a month ago, I noticed mold on the garage 
doors. I did not think too much about it because it was the wet winter time. My husband and I come and go to work in the dark so we did not 
notice what was happening to our home. We now have a very large mold problem on the outside of our home. Our siding is wood and apparently 
was painted 3 months before we purchased it. What can we do?  It is quite frightening to see this happening to our beautiful home. 
       A. You need to use a power planer, grinder with wire brush attachment, and sander to remove all of the surface mold growth, all paint, and 
any underlying mold growth [very likely to exist]. Then, spray with a Mold Home Remedy Recipe.  Then, paint with at least two good coverage's
of a top-quality, oil-based, semi-gloss exterior paint. Read the ten steps for safe and effective mold remediation. Every few months use 
high pressure sprayer to wash off any accumulated organic dirt and mold spores which have landed on the surface of your siding. As a precaution, 
mold test all-around the interior of your home, including its heating and cooling system. 

Dampness Problem in the Basement and the Possible Mold Growth

     Q. Having new home built and are scheduled to close July 25th. We have noticed in the basement along one long interior wall is concrete but I refer to it as interior as it is not the true outside concrete wall. It is the basement concrete wall along the inside back of garage.) Since the found-
ation was poured in January, it remains damp half way up the wall. It is now July. We live in Pennsylvania. We have had a lot of rain and noticed a couple of days ago that the dampness in this area is even darker. We spoke with the project manager this morning who indicated this condition has been noted and they believe that since they have not graded a final time yet that water is getting down into this area and causing the dampness on the wall. Their remedy first is to power wash the basement floor and then put fans in the basement to dry everything out and to grade the dirt. When we spoke with him on the phone this seemed reasonable however when we looked back at the house plan this is not an exterior concrete wall. Our thought is why would the dampness be on the interior wall. Grading will take place outside the exterior wall. Should we be concerned? Could fixing the problem as he has stated be sufficient, do we need to have the house tested for mold [growth], or should we get some type of document from the builder that says if the problem does not clear up they will be responsible?
    
A. You must get this water problem fixed to your satisfaction before buying the home or you are going to have sufficient water intrusion to enable big-time mold growth in your new home. The wet wall will drive up indoor humidity levels, thus making mold be
able to grow through out your home, especially after continually recirculation airborne mold spores through your heating or cooling equipment and ducts. The wet wall can also ultimately have mold growing on it as organic dust and dirt lands on the wet wall, providing food for airborne mold spores to grow after landing on the wet wall. You need to have the wall and water problem inspected by a qualified professional such as a licensed physical engineer, basement foundation contractor, and/or home inspector. You must discover for sure what is the cause of the water problem and what is the solution that will work. If the problem is simply the grade that the home builder says will take care of the problem, delay the closing until a few weeks after the grading is done. Better yet, ask your attorney to negotiate a holding of some of the purchase funds of the house into an escrow account to cover future water problems.  Keeping water and high humidity [exceeding 50 to 60% indoors some or regularly] out of your home is of the utmost importance to your family's health and financial well-being.

    Q. I own an older home that "had" a moisture problem in the crawl space that has been rectified and now has a fulltime dehumidification system.  I have plans to improve drainage around the perimeter as well as repair leaking flashing around a chimney.  The house will also have all of the carpet removed and get a thorough cleaning/painting /rehab.  I'm just looking to make sure these mold levels are not dangerous, nor extreme...that this can be overcome with cleaning/drying ...normal mold remediation measures.The mold lab analysis of the two do it yourself mold test kits I used show the following molds:  (1) Penicillium: 125 mold spores in the indoor test, and 14 outdoors;  (2) Chaetomium: 3 mold spores indoors, and 0 outdoors; and (3) Cladosporium: 11 spores indoors, and 3 outdoors.   
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When indoor mold counts are much higher indoors than the outdoor control test, you know you have a serious indoor mold infestation problem. Your test results show a big indoor problem with Penicillium, the third most dangerous indoor mold. You alsohave a indoor mold contamination threat from both dangerous Chaetomium and Cladosporium. Crawl space mold can easily grow into the insides of the walls and floors above. You need to have a Certified Mold Inspector use fiber optics inspection to visually inspect inside floors and walls for hidden mold growth. Airborne mold spores from the crawl space mold can travel in air currents to mold cross contaminate your entire house and its heating/cooling system. Use the Mold Inspector or do it yourself mold tests kits [like you have used so far] to mold test the air of each room, crawl space, basement, attic, garage, and the outward air flow form each heating/cooling duct register for the possible presence of elevated levels of airborne mold spores, in comparison to an outdoor mold control test. Mold test kits are available online. You very much need to use thoroughly the ten steps recommended for safe and effective mold remediation
 

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