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CrawlSpaceXOutx-outs toxic mold growth in the crawl space of your
home or building in California, Las Vegas, Arizona, and nationwide USA.

Phone:  1-480-310-7970 or 1-480-217-7173  Email:


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Crawl Space Mold Removal

Use the new CrawlSpaceXOut™ mold removal protocol to x-out toxic mold growth inside the crawl space of your hillside and other crawl space residence, mobile or manufactured home, or commercial building in Los Angeles, Malibu, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, Marin County, California statewide, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Tucson, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, or nationwide Canada and USA.

Arrange crawl space mold inspection and CrawlSpaceXOut
™ for your home or commercial building, or public building by contacting CrawlSpaceXOut
mold experts Phillip Fry and Divine Fry, who are both Certified Environmental Hygienists, Certified Ozone Professionals, Certified Mold Inspectors, and Certified Mold Remediators. The Frys are based in California, Las Vegas, and Phoenix, but they also do mold inspection, mold testing, mold removal, and mold prevention nationwide USA, including Oregon and Washington State.

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Crawl Space Mold Questions and Answers

A crawl space is an area beneath a house or other building that usually has a dirt floor and a low ceiling height. To get into that area, you need to crawl into the space.  In contrast, basements have traditional room-style ceiling heights and have concrete or masonry floors and walls. California hillside homes often have a crawl space on the side of one or more levels.

Depending on the causes and extent of the crawl space mold infestation, CrawlSpaceXOut™ x-outs toxic mold growth by a combination of several or all
of these crawl space mold killers, removers, and preventatives:  (1) high output ozone generator; (2) mold fogging machine and sprayers to fog or spray mold killing and mold preventing products such as boric acid powder and EPA-registered fungicide Tim-Bor; (3) dehumidifier; (4) humidistat-controlled exhaust fan and improved ventilation; (5) dehumidifier; (6) physical removal of mold growth on crawl space timbers and other wood surfaces; (7) encapsulation of the crawl space floor, walls, and ceiling; and (8) other appropriate mold removal strategies.

Crawl Space Mold Inspection Steps

A crawl space is a very low-ceiling area beneath part or all of a building, into which the only way to get into and move around in is crawling.

For effective crawl space mold inspection, use a strong flashlight to check 100% of all wall, finished floor or bare ground, and ceiling surfaces (such as the floor timber beams above the crawl space) for mold growth, cracks in the walls and finished floor (if any), or the bare ground, water stains, water pooling and other signs of water intrusion. Remove any plastic or other moisture barrier temporarily to give you total access to the ground beneath the moisture barrier.

Use a professional model moisture meter to scan all walls, floors or ground, and ceilings for elevated levels of moisture, which, if found in one or more locations, is strong evidence that water is coming into the crawl space because of water wicking upward from the ground or water running into the crawl space from outdoors.

Use a digital hygrometer (about $30 from a hardware or home improvement store) to check the crawl space humidity.  Check humidity at different times of the day and year-round and log into a humidity journal your findings. If the indoor humidity is 70% or more, the high humidity alone is sufficient to cause crawl space mold growth.

Is the land around the building sloping away from the building (thus carrying rainfall and snow melt away from the building) or toward the building (thus bringing excess water to the building and causing possible water intrusion into the building's foundation, concrete flood slabs, basement walls, and crawl space area)?

In addition, do
mold testing of the crawl space air to determine if there are elevated levels of airborne mold spores.

Hire mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find air conditioning mold, workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the walls, ceilings, floors, crawl space, attic, basement, and HVAC equipment and system of your house, condominium, office, workplace, or other building anywhere in  Phoenix, Mesa, and Scottsdale, Arizona, California, Las Vegas, USA nationwide, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and elsewhere in Asia. Mold Training  Mold Inspector Directory  Industrial Hygienist Training  Industrial Hygienist Directory  Mold Inspection Blog Questions & Answers

Crawl Space Mold Pictures

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Crawl Space Mold Questions and Answers

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Picture of crawl space mold growth on floor timbers above the crawl space.
Picture of crawl space mold growth.
Very advanced crawl space mold growth.
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Picture of extensive mold growth on the crawl space ceiling of Akron rental house.
Picture of crawl space mold growth in Akron, Ohio, rental house crawl space.
Crawl space mold growing on the dirt and paint of the brick side walls.
Picture of Stachybotrys mold growing in the crawl space of an Akron, Ohio, house.
Dried out, but still dangerous, Stachybotrys mold growth on the wall in the crawl
space of an Akron, Ohio, rental house.
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Crawl space mold beneath a Los Angeles, California, house.
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Crawl space mold mushrooms and Cladosporium mold growth.

Mold Victim Rights Association

Are you a MOLD VICTIM because you are:

1. Working in a moldy workplace?
2. Renting a moldy rental house, apartment, condo, office, or commercial building?
3. Sick from staying in a moldy hotel, motel, or resort room?
4. Living in a moldy home purchased from a seller or new home builder who failed to disclose known mold infestations?
5. Having a water intrusion or mold damage problem caused by an adjoining condominium, co-op apartment, or your home owners association?
6. Making mortgage payments to a lender for a moldy house, condo, or commercial building?
7. Being unable to pay for needed mold remediation because your insurance company has wrongfully denied your water or mold damage insurance claim?
8. Living or working in a moldy house or building that was improperly or incompletely mold remediated by a mold remediation company?
9. Sick from living or working in a building water and mold damaged by a negligent building contractor such as a roofing, plumbing, or air conditioning company?
10. Attending school or teaching or working in a school that is mold-infested?

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