Mold

High Temperature DRYING is the fastest way to KILL MOLD in the Industry Today! High Temperature Drying process to kill mold, is raising the ambient air temperature between 125F and 135F with electric heaters. Dr. Moon presented the approximate upper limit for survival of mold fungi at 132-140 F; then hold the air temperature in this range for several hours while using high-grade industrial fans for air movement to penetrate the heat into walls, crawl spaces and other hard to penetrate areas. Our process represents a Super-Fast way to implement a new understanding of the Science of HEAT that will allow us, “Your Heat Treatment Experts” to eliminate your MOLD problems today, within hours. While KILLING MOLD QUICKLY AND EFFECTIVELY you will be able to save thousands of dollars on demolish and remodeling, while getting your house back to a healthy clean-living environment quickly. Mold growth is virtually inevitable if a moisture problem is not controlled. If you think you have a mold problem, hire an expert to perform a mold inspection to determine the extent of any contamination. In addition to eliminating your mold problem with High Temperature Drying, our professional inspector will look and find your source of your moisture intrusion and explain the steps needed to stop your moisture problem. Moisture problems need to be identified and corrected as soon as possible because mold can start to grow within 48 hours after water exposure.

Since there are no guidelines or standards with WARRANTIES and/or GUARANTEES in the mold inspection and/or remediation industry, it is very important that you hire the right mold professional, like “YOUR HEAT TREATMENT EXPERTS”, to identify and correct any mold problems, using HIGH Temperature Drying. As Dr. Moon presented, the approximate upper limit for survival of fungi at 132-140 F. Look for specific organizations that have the best experience, heating equipment, and training necessary to do the work you need performed.
Get referrals from others you know and trust, and make sure the scope of work proposed (High Temperature Drying) is competitively priced to other methods, like Demolishing and Remodeling.
Heat and Mold.
Heat does kill mold, and it doesn’t take a blistering hot oven to do it. According to Ohio State University, most molds cannot survive above 140 degrees Fahrenheit. This, reports the university, makes heat an effective method for controlling mold that occurs in garden mulch. Dr. Moon presented the approximate upper limit for survival of fungi at 132-140 F.

What temperature kills mold spores?
Dr. Moon presented the approximate upper limit for survival of fungi at 132-140 F.

Most yeasts and molds are heat-sensitive and destroyed by heat treatments at temperatures of 140-160°F (60-71°C). Some molds make heat-resistant spores, however, and can survive heat treatments in pickled vegetable products. These molds, however, require oxygen to grow.