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General Questions

General Questions
Mold & Health Questions

Mold & Health Questions

Black Mold & Toxic Mold

Black Mold & Toxic Mold
Mold Qs

Mold Questions

Mold Inspection Questions

Mold Inspection Qs

ERMI Inspection Questions

ERMI Inspection Qs

Allergen Inspection Questions

Allergen Inspection Qs

Water Test Questions

Water Test Questions
Infrared Themography Qs

Infrared Thermography Questions


Molds species are simple, microscopic organisms that can grow virtually anywhere, both inside buildings and outdoors. Mold colonies can grow inside damp or wet building structures and are a common component of household and workplace dust.


Health effects from exposure to mold can vary greatly depending on the person and the amount and type of mold present, some toxic and some allergenic.

Regardless of the type of mold, it should be treated as potentially a health hazard and should be removed from homes and workplaces.


As there are thousands of species this cannot be a conclusive list, however, we are listing the most common spores found indoors in the Central Florida area.

Mold Glossary
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