What is mold?
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to over 100,000 species of fungi that grow in filaments and reproduce by
forming minuscule spores (like seeds for plants) that are not visible to the
naked eye, and that are carried and distributed to new growth areas in
outdoor and indoor air currents.
Mold spores need moisture such as high humidity or a roof or plumbing leak
plus organic food matter to eat (such as wood, drywall, carpeting, paper,
dust, and lint indoors, or decaying matter outdoors such as fallen leaves
and tree branches) to grow into visible mold colonies. Mold growth destroys
the surfaces and objects that it eats in its growth.
Mold spores are can survive without water for thousands of years, if
necessary. Being frozen does not kill the mold spores.
"Mildew" refers to mold (often with a white or grayish color) or growing in
or on bathroom showers and walls.
Some of most frequent indoor molds are Cladosporium, Aspergillus, Penicillium,
The deadly “black toxic molds”
Stachybotrys chartarum and Stachybotrys
atra are greenish-black molds
that can also be found indoors in building materials that are continually
wet such as from an ongoing plumbing leak. Also known as “Stachy”, these
molds, when growing, have a wet, glistening appearance.
has the potential to cause serious health problems. Learn about
available mold medical diagnostic and treatment procedures in
the in depth mold ebook
Mold Health Guide, available from
Learn how to use
mold test kits, how to kill mold with an
ozone generator, and how to do your own
mold removal and
For in depth information about mold, please visit these websites:
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►Mold Inspector Directory:
►Mold Inspector Training:
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►Flooding Mold: http://www.floodmold.com
►Industrial Hygienist Training:
►Industrial Hygienist Directory:
►Ozone Kills Mold
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►Mold Expert Consultants
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