“Two-thirds of mansion-sized residences have significant toxic mold growth hidden inside attics, ceilings, walls, floors, basements, crawl spaces, and heating/cooling equipment and air ducts,” warns Mr. Fry, who is also a Professional Industrial Hygienist, author of five mold advice ebooks, and webmaster since 1999 of the popular mold information website www.moldinspector.com.
The very large roof and building size, structural complexity, and greater number and length of water supply and drain pipes and heating/cooling air ducts present in mansions, luxury homes, and executive homes makes such large homes much more vulnerable to water leaks and toxic mold growth than regular-sized houses.
In addition, the large size of luxury residences makes it harder for owner residents to notice the beginning of water leak and toxic mold growth problems.
Exposure to elevated levels of indoor mold can cause over 100 major illnesses and health problems such as chronic depression, memory problems, decrease in mental reasoning ability, tiredness, sinus problems, respiratory problems, coughing, sneezing, skin rashes, open wounds, and lung cancer. Read the list of the top 100 mold illnesses on the website www.moldexpertconsultants.com.
Severe brain damage to family members from just three months of exposure to Stachybotrys mold, caused by plumbing line leaks, hidden inside the walls of a new, large, million dollar Dripping Springs, Texas, mansion, as reported by Dan Rather on his popular “48 Hours” TV program in 2001, was the beginning of people’s awareness of the severe health dangers of exposure to indoor mold.
Fry, Maglanoc, and Taylor will travel anywhere in the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia for luxury home mold and environmental inspection, testing, removal, remediation, and prevention.
To arrange for the mold and environmental inspection and remediation of a large home in California, Arizona, Las Vegas, Midwestern, Eastern, Southern USA, or anywhere else in the United States or world-wide, email mold expert Phillip Fry firstname.lastname@example.org or phone him toll-free 1-866-300-1616 (USA and Canada) or his cell phone 1-480-310-7970 (international)