Mesa, Arizona (PressExposure) March 16, 2013 -- Certified Mold Inspectors Phillip and Divine Fry have introduced new equipment and techniques for mold inspection and testing inside walls, ceilings, floors, and heating/cooling equipment and ducts for hidden toxic mold growth.
By drilling or cutting small holes into suspect interior surfaces, the mold inspectors can insert a fiber optics inspection cable with video monitor to look for mold growth therein. Through the same holes, the inspectors can also insert a tube connected to an air suction pump and Air-O-Cell air sampling cassette to collect a sample of cavity air to submit for mold lab analysis to identify and quantify mold species growing inside walls, ceilings, and floors.
In check for mold growth inside heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and ducts, the mold inspectors use fiber optics inspection plus collecting air samples for lab analysis from the outward air flow coming out of HVAC air supply registers.
The Frys, who are also Certified Environmental Hygienists, provide mold inspection, testing, and removal services for home owners, commercial property owners and managers, and tenants in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tucson, Arizona statewide, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, California statewide, the USA nationwide, London, United Kingdom, Dublin, Ireland, Frankfort, Germany, Paris, France, Rome, Italy, Madrid, Spain, Zurich, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Greece, Russia, elsewhere in Europe, and the Middle East.
Exposure to elevated levels of indoor mold can cause over 100 major illnesses and medical problems including brain damage, memory problems. chronic fatigue, cancer, respiratory problems, skin diseases, chronic sinusitis, chronic coughing, frequent sneezing, and much more. Read Phillip Fry's book Mold Health Guide.
For more information on inspecting for hidden mold growth, visit the websites http://www.moldexpertconsultants.com and http://www.arizonamoldinspection.net, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and phone 480-310-7970 or 480-217-7173.