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Destin's #1 Mold Remediation Company

My name is Paul Willner and I’m a Licensed & Certified home inspector, mold inspector, and mold remediation expert. I started dealing with mold in my carpet cleaning and restoration company in Colorado in 1998, it was called “A full-scrub carpet-shampoo” and we dealt mostly with mold in basements and flooded floor coverings. When I moved to Florida, I started P.C.H.I. as a home inspection business. Since becoming certified for mold assessment and mold  remediation in 2005, I decided to specialize in only mold issues, and over the last decade we have become experts at finding and solving all types of mold problems.

It has quickly become our main business and now we’re called MOLDSPRAYERS LLC

We specialize in mold problems, in homes, attics, and crawlspaces and even during construction! We kill mold problems in a very fast, effective and economical manner! We also keep a small, experienced crew, and own all of our-own tools and machines, which means faster job completion at a lower cost for you. I personally guarantee that you will experience a level of professional service, effectiveness and integrity that is unsurpassed! This is the only method taught by the “South Eastern Mold Institute”. Where I received my specialized training. Our products, methods, and safety-protocols are E.P.A. approved, tried and proven.
I will help to establish how you got the mold, and find the fastest, most effective plan for getting rid of it. Most projects are finished within ten days, and we can normally respond within 24-hours.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes mold so dangerous?
Consultation with qualified physicians or other medical experts should be your first step in dealing with any health issue. MoldSprayers does not give medical advice.  Symptoms of mold exposure can also be attributed to many other health-related issues and you should always seek the appropriate expert advice. Additional Information.

The following article is from the North Carolina Dept of Health & Human Services:

Health Effects of Indoor Mold:

Exposure to mold can occur when airborne mold cells, mostly spores, are inhaled. We breathe in these cells every day, indoors and out. Usually these exposures do not present a health risk. But when exposure is great, some individuals, particularly those with allergies and asthma, can experience illness that could be mild to serious or anywhere in between. The following is a description of the health problems that can be caused by exposure to mold.
Allergic Illness:
When mold cells are inhaled and land in the respiratory tract, the body’s immune system’s response to those invading cells can cause allergic illness. The immune system tries to destroy the mold as it would an agent, like a flu virus, that might cause infection. In a relatively small portion of the population (about 10 percent of people in the U.S.), the immune system overreacts and causes the allergic response that results in symptoms such as runny nose, scratchy throat and sneezing. Most of us know this allergic illness as “hay fever” or “allergic rhinitis.”
Asthma is a lung disease in which the airways that carry oxygen to the lungs can partially close, causing breathing difficulties ranging from mild (such as a dry cough) to life-threatening (inability to breathe). North Carolina is in the midst of what is being called a world-wide asthma epidemic. A recent survey of North Carolina middle school children revealed that 10 percent had been diagnosed with asthma and another 17 percent had asthma symptoms that had never been diagnosed. More than half of asthmatics have respiratory allergies, often to mold. Molds can trigger asthma episodes in sensitive asthmatics.
Some mold species can cause respiratory infection when the live mold invades the tissues of the lungs or respiratory tract. This is not a significant risk for healthy people, but can be dangerous for individuals with severely weakened
immune systems.
Toxic Effects:
Very large doses of certain molds, whether inhaled or ingested, can result in poisoning caused by toxins, called mycotoxins, in the mold cells.
How do I know if I have mold?
Most mold problems can be found quite easily, with minor investigation. (Saving money & time)
Many times a quick walk through the attic and around the home can be enough to find the source of moisture and therefore the mold. Sometimes mold can be hidden inside wall cavities or underneath flooring materials. Investigative testing is then employed to pin-point areas and rooms with elevated levels of mold spore activity.  That’s why MoldSprayers offers free walk-through estimates!
We need to see the problem in order to give you the best price for fixing it.
Why and where is the mold?
There are a few ways you can know. Molds will multiply and grow whenever conditions are right:
  • Sufficient moisture is available (leaks, floods, etc.)
  • Organic materials are present (dry-wall, wood, etc.)

Be on the lookout for common sources of indoor moisture that can lead to mold problems:
  • Flooding
  • Leaky roof
  • Sprinklers hitting the house
  • Plumbing leaks
  • Overflow from sinks or sewers
  • Damp basement or crawlspace
  • Steam from cooking or shower
  • Humidifiers
  • Clothes dryer exhausting inside

Act Quickly!
  • Warping floors and discoloration of walls and ceilings can also be indications of moisture problems.
  • Some molds are acquired when wood is left on the ground before using it in the building construction.
  • Often these molds enter the air system through gaps in the attic, or are introduced to moisture later by a leak and begin to colonize.
  • Many molds will thrive behind wood paneling and wall-boards when not insulated properly.
  • Persons exposed to high spore levels can develop severe allergy symptoms or other health problems, possibly even death!
  • Young children, elderly, and persons with weakened immune systems and respiratory conditions are the most affected.
  • Identification and correction of high moisture condition is a must before a mold problem can be effectively and permanently eliminated.
How to you get rid of mold?
Investigation – We will help you find the extent of damage and the source of moisture.(Leaky roof, plumbing, etc.)
Containment – We will create a negative-air environment using HEPA filtered air-scrubbers and maintain containment throughout the life of the project. (Eliminating cross-contamination)
Demolition – We will remove any finishing materials described in our bid or deemed contaminated, carefully checking each area to remove only what’s necessary (avoiding high replacement costs).
Dry-out – We will provide dehumidifiers until acceptable moisture readings are obtained from the wood framing.
Initial treatment – We will heavily-spray the contaminated area with our deep-penetrating, EPA-approved chemical that kills even some of the most resilient molds, bacteria and viruses. (Many hospitals use this in surgery rooms!)
Scrub-down –“We will remove as much mold as possible first, using HEPA-Vac and wiping techniques as necessary to prepare the contaminated materials for treatments. (This makes treatments much more effective)
Final-treatment –“We will apply our chemical again, using a thermal fogger to ensure a deep penetration between the materials, killing any deep rooted molds that may have avoided the initial treatment. (This adds to our assurance  that even the deepest mold-growth is eliminated)
Encapsulation-coating – We will coat the material and surrounding areas with Aftershock™ fungicidal coating (which is not only an antifungal coating, but also is proven to KILL some residual molds on the materials coated!).
Ozone Shock Treatment – Industrial strength ozone generators eliminate spores, bacteria and virus, as well as the persistent odors they cause!
Clearance-testing – If required, we will have a neutral, third party, state-licensed mold assessor perform clearance testing between 2 and 5 days following the remediation completion. (Timing is mandatory if clearance is requested, and remember, remediation professionals cannot test their own work, by FL. state law)
Can mold harm my pets?
Both animals and humans are subject to a variety of allergies caused by contact with the skin, digestion, or inhalation.  Unfortunately, many people believe their pets are the cause of their allergies, while in many cases, family pets are suffering from the same allergens.  The severity of allergies varies greatly and can be seasonal or year round.
Mold allergies are the most misdiagnosed.  After having been exposed to mold over a long period of time, many people have developed a low tolerance for mold and they place the blame on the pet’s dander or whatever else comes to mind.  An allergic reaction is an overreaction to a particular substance or allergen.  Remove the mold not your pets.
The most common symptom of an allergy is itching. Itching caused by contact, food, or inhaled allergens may be localized at spots or be systemic, covering the pets entire body. Allergies causing respiratory problems, such as mold, are generally more serious.  If your pet shows signs of having difficulty breathing, consult a vet immediately.  These reactions are more common with cats.
The number one place mold can be found in your home is usually your carpeting!  Mold is found everywhere and, in places where moisture is allowed to accumulate, you will find an abundance of it: Under the porch where the dog lays in the shade, on a wall or in and under kitchen and bathroom sinks.  It will come through walls adjoining these rooms into bedrooms.  The pets lie on the floor near slow leaking plumbing, or near wall paneling that is cultivating even more mold, look out! It’s everywhere! You just aren’t aware of it and you, your kids and the pets are sick.  Don’t blame it on the Dog.
Hopefully you can now visualize that it is not your pet’s fault!  Your animals can’t run a shower and change its clothes like you and I and mold spores are spreading as seeds.  So, in a sense, the pet is contributing to the problem, but not the cause.
With inhalants, pollen is the most common type of allergen.  Cigarette smoke, air fresheners, smog, or other airborne pollutants, can also be problematic.  Identifying the allergen is a critical part of treating your pet.  Itching, scratching, biting and licking may all be associated with contact, food, or inhalant allergies.  Thus, pinpointing the actual allergen may be a challenge.  To further complicate the detection process, an animal may have more than one allergy at a time.
The first step in determining your pet’s allergy is to eliminate the mold from your home.
The second step is to eliminate as many potential allergens as possible by restricting contact with foreign agents and feeding your pet a high quality diet.  For inhalant allergies try adding Omega 3 fatty acids to your dog’s diet (fish or olive oil) along with Vitamin A, E and Zinc supplements.
A cool bath may sooth your dog. Relieving your pet’s itching is an important part of treating an allergy.  Continual itching and scratching can cause an irritation to spread leading to a secondary infection.  Some ointments and lotions are helpful to relieve the itching.  A hypo-allergenic shampoo can be used when treating your pet for contact allergies.  Flea and tick or insect repellent shampoos may also be beneficial.
Reduce your pet’s stress level. Prescribing antihistamines, steroids such as cortisone, antibiotics, or allergy shots may be needed. Call your vet to help determine the source of an allergy along with the appropriate medical treatment.
Mold Sprayers has discovered that after performing their mold remediation methods and following up with their high-shock Ozone treatment, many allergy symptoms for both humans and animals have, in many cases, completely disappeared along with any persistent odors that may have been present.
Can new construction homes have mold?
We can treat fungal amplification on wood framing, substrate and pre-fabricated joists and materials, quickly and effectively. And if the growth is heavy throughout the building, we can apply a fungicidal coating to beautify and protect the materials from future moisture events. We offer a fast, affordable, and effective anti-microbial treatment and a top-of-the-line fungicidal coating for any wood materials to treat and avoid contamination during construction. Even most large projects can be completed within 1-7 DAYS, allowing construction to continue on schedule and under budget. (Ask for references of recent large-scale jobs!)
Molds  are incapable of obtaining the moisture needed for their development directly from the atmosphere, but they can obtain it from a substrate, which has absorbed moisture from moist air (60% to 100% relative humidity). The relative humidity of the air has an indirect effect on fungal growth, and the more hygroscopic a material was, the more susceptible it is to mold growth. The minimum moisture content at which mold growth occurs depends o the material and usually ranges from 10% to 14%. Suitable substrates include carpet fibers, gypsum, concrete, bricks, etc.
Mold and New Construction
Although the emphasis on mold in the courts and in the media is relatively new, mold has always been in our environment. Mold is a naturally occurring type of fungus that requires just two things in order to grow: a food source; and sufficient moisture. A variety of construction materials can provide the food source including: ceiling tiles, carpet, insulation and, perhaps most commonly, the paper backing of drywall. The necessary moisture may be provided by a single event — a broken pipe, for example — or may result from construction and/or environmental conditions that allow water infiltration or, over time, create condensation or humidity. Mold may grow either through expansion on a moist surface or through the dispersal of spores into the air.
Dangers of Mold
Generally, within 48 hours after getting wet, invisible mold growth has started on wet woods and paper-backed products such as sheetrock. After about four days, mold growth on surfaces is visible in the form of discoloration. Because molds digest organic material, they gradually destroy whatever they grow on. Moisture damage contributes to over 90% of all reported building material failures. According to the National Association of Home Builders, moisture damage costs builders in the U.S. approximately 5.3 billion dollars per year in new construction and 9 billion dollars in existing housing.
Mold Related Claims
Mold is a growing concern for the building industry as the number of mold related lawsuits skyrockets. The filing of mold-related cases is on the rise, and recent large jury verdicts and media attention undoubtedly will encourage the filing of even more lawsuits. Virtually every participant in the building industry — owners, contractors, designers and material suppliers — faces some potential exposure to mold claims.
Mold Sprayers LLC can help
Our Mold Prevention Specialists can help limit your exposure to mold liability. Our advanced prevention services include the application of proprietary technologies once the structure is framed. These technologies work to prohibit mold, mildew and algae growth on all wood surfaces.  This application provides a barrier that prevents mold from forming on treated studs.

Molds do not require liquid water to grow. They only require relative humidity levels from 65% to 99% at the
surface on which they grow. If you keep the humidity low enough, you can prevent mold growth. Maintaining
relative humidity below 50% inhibits mold and mildew growth, dust mite infestations, and bacteria. This lower relative humidity also reduces the out-gassing of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In colder climates, wintertime humidity levels must be even lower — generally, 25% to 40% (to prevent condensation on windows). To protect your respiratory system indoors, the relative humidity should be above 25%.

How long will it take to get rid of my mold problem?
I will help to establish how you got the mold, and find the fastest, most effective plan for getting rid of it. Most projects are finished within ten days, and we can normally respond within 24-hours.
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