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These mold types, which are associated with more serious health problems, are often the best indicator of indoor mold issues. The following are typical marker molds:
The dry fog’s small particle size (much smaller than the mold spores) provides a mechanism to treat areas inaccessible to liquid treatments, and ensures that the fog can physically infiltrate all spaces and porous materials available to mold spores.
Indoor mold count dropped from 64,126 spores/m3 before treatment to 3,067 spores/m3 at 6 months after treatment. (building 6733 dropped from 556,057 spores/m3 before treatment to 3,044 spores/m3 at 6 months after treatment.
Learn how our unique dry fog system stood up to the rigorous tests put forth by the US Army Corps of Engineers