Mold Experts Recommend Regular Mold Testing of Office and Workplace Air Conditioning in Arizona, California, and Nevada.

Mold Consultants Phillip and Divine Fry advise that employers arrange for the frequent mold inspection of office and workplace air conditioning equipment and ducts in hot desert and high-mold states Arizona, California, and Nevada.

April 27, 2013 (FPRC) -- Mesa, Arizona. Mold experts Phillip and Divine Fry recommend that Arizona, California, and Nevada employers schedule annual or quarterly mold inspection and testing of office and workplace air conditioning equipment and ducts to prevent employee health problems and building-wide mold infestation.

Businesses and residents of all three hot desert, high-mold states are heavily dependent upon the regular use of mold-facilitating air conditioning.

Mold infestation of workplace and residential window air conditioners, central air conditioning systems, and split air conditioning systems is very common in southwestern USA cities such as Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tucson, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Palm Springs, and Las Vegas.

Air conditioning equipment and ducts are mold factories because of internal water leaks and water condensation and the continual inward air supply of airborne mold spores and mold food such as organic dust and dirt and dead skin cells from human occupants. Learn more at,, and

To check for internal air conditioning mold growth, mold inspectors collect samples of outward air flow from window air conditioners and heating/cooling air supply duct registers, and then the inspectors submit the mold test air samples to a mold laboratory for mold species identification and quantification.

Moldy air conditioning equipment and ducts mold cross-contaminate the entire building by spreading airborne mold spores everywhere. Such mold cross-contamination leads to mold growth in multiple locations and sick occupants who are breathing in the elevated levels of airborne mold spores.

Mold inspectors can also check air conditioning equipment and ducts for mold infestation by a thorough internal visual check for mold growth and by doing surface mold sampling of the insides of equipment and ducts, with the surface samples being submitted for mold lab analysis.

To arrange for air conditioning-oriented mold inspection anywhere in Arizona, California, or Nevada, contact Phillip and Divine Fry, who are both Certified Mold Inspectors, Certified Mold Remediators, Certified Environmental Hygienists, and Professional Industrial Hygienists. Email and phone 1-480-310-7970 or 1-480-217-7173.


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