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 SEMI President and Founder William E. Fisher, Jr is a Florida Licensed Mold Assessor and Mold Remediator. Also President of AAA Advanced Air & Mold Solutions, Inc. Bill has been in the housing industry for over 40 years and is one of the few professionals in the toxic mold industry who offers litigation support to attorneys and has testified as an expert witness on cases concerning mold contamination and construction defects, resulting in mold contamination. Experience in all facets of residential and commercial construction, Mr. Fisher is known as America's Toxic Mold Guru, and leading authority! Bill is one of the best mold inspectors and mold remediators in America today. He is using his experience to also instruct others in this fast growing industry. Mr. Fisher on September 11th 2007 received a letter of commendation from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for renovation work on State owned mold contaminated buildings, and consulting work for the State of Florida.

In 2013 William E. Fisher, Jr Trained Florida's Department of Health Inspectors with Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). SEMI is the leading choice among County, State, and Government Agencies for their employees advanced specialized Mold Training through SEMI


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What is Mold?

Mold is a fungus. There are more than 100,000 known species of mold. Mold can survive the cold of space and high temperatures. High spore levels in the air can have health effects on people. Overexposure can cause breathing problems, congestion, hay fever, and allergies just to name a few. Water damaged building materials is a good food source to promote mold growth in the home environment.

What is Toxic Mold?

Toxic mold can be of any species. Mold becomes toxic, when someone is over exposed to high levels and the human body has a reaction to overexposure to these toxins in the indoor interior environment. Mold can also produce Mycotoxins that can harm humans.

What is Black Mold?

Mold can come in many colors. Just because mold is black does not mean that is Stachybotrys. Mold can grow on many types of materials and this in turn can affect it color at times.


What is a Sick House?

A home that is no longer environmentally safe for people to live in. Mold in the home can cause people to have allergies and other symptoms that could have an impact on their health. Sick House or (Home) in some cases can be treated to remove the contamination to safe levels. In an extreme case of contamination the home my have to be demolished. The cost of the remediation may exceed the value of the structure!


What is Mold Allergy?

These are the symptoms that can cause people to have a reaction to high concentrations of mold spores in the home or work environment. Over a period of time the body's immune system will break down and the subject will experience flu like symptoms. Examples: nasal congestion, inflammation of the sinuses, headaches, nose bleeding, and cough just to name a few.


What is Mold Removal?

The Removal of Contaminated materials in a home or business environment. That has been tested and found to be a danger to public health. A trained professional should be contracted to do this type of work.


What is Mold Remediation?

The safe and professional removal of mold contaminated material from a structure, and the use of safe guards to protect the uncontaminated areas of the structure to insure public safety.


What is Mold Mildew?

When people see mildew growth on the north side of their home or in a shaded area most people refer to it as mildew, this is a fungi that likes a dark damp area. This type of mold should be washed from homes and buildings to help cut down on the likely hood of this contaminate from infecting your homes indoor environment.


What is House Mold?

This mold is like any mold found in our every day environment. These molds sometimes find their way into our homes and do multiply; in most cases, because of high humidity or from water leaks that can sometimes go undetected giving the mold spores the right condition for growth in walls, floors, and ceiling areas.


What is a Mold Spore?

These spores are microscopic in size it has been said that 250 thousand can fit on the head of a pin, and over 300 million spores can cover one square foot. Mold spores can infect a large area and cannot be seen with the human eye. They are present everywhere indoors and outdoors.

What is Mold Inspection?

A certified mold inspector should perform inspections for mold and other toxic contamination. Using the right equipment to test indoor air quality and visual inspection to locate the source of the infestation and providing a treatment plan to clear the home or business of mold contamination.


What is a Mold Inspector?

This is a person that has been trained in the art of testing air and taking direct samples for mold spores and other contaminates in the home environment.


What is Black Mold Symptoms?

Black mold symptoms can very from person to person. High mold spore counts in the home environment can cause some to have an allergic reaction and they have been known to kill infants (SIDS) that were continually exposed over a long period of time.


What are Toxic Mold Symptoms?

When people are consistently exposed to high mold spore levels a host of symptoms can develop, here is a few to look for such as nasal congestion, irritation of the eyes, inflammation of the sinuses, irritation of the skin, short of breath, headaches, runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, and memory loss are common.


What are Toxic Mold Attorneys?

These types of attorneys in most cases are personal injury and property attorneys. Or toxic tort attorneys. Ask about their qualifications and experience in this field.


What is Mold Growth

This is the process by which mold grows and multiplies. When this goes unchecked in the home environment and the levels of mold spores become too high, over exposure to mold can cause health problems.


What is Basement Mold?

This mold can be any number of molds in the fungi family. Basements are cool and damp areas that can grow mold on the walls, under carpet, and carpet padding. Mold growth in the basement can have an effect on the health of everyone living in the home from high mold exposure.

What is Mold Insurance?

Mold insurance is a policy written to help homeowners to recover loses from toxic mold contamination. Some insurance companies are trying to rewrite their policies to exclude mold claims or have limits on the policy to reduce there lose not yours!


Are there different Types of Mold?

There are many types of mold, and in cases of high mold exposure people can have health problems and a variety of symptoms such as asthma, nosebleed, memory loss, fatigue, and hay fever.


What is Mold Exposure?

Being exposed to a high concentration of contamination in a home or work environment that can pose a health risk and cause allergies and other symptoms.


What is a Mold Law Suite?

This is when a person files a suite in a court of law to receive compensation for loss of health and property. In most cases these types of attorneys are personal injury trial lawyers.


What is a Mold Treatment?

Can be a chemical treatment of an area and the removal of contaminated or water damaged material to reduce the spread of mold spores in the home environment. The use of a chemical that can kill mold on contact is preferable.

What are molds?
Molds are microscopic fungi that live on plant or animal matter. No one knows how many species of fungi exist but estimates range from tens of thousands to perhaps three hundred thousand or more. Most are filamentous organisms and the production of spores is characteristic of fungi in general. These spores can be air-, water-, or insect-borne.

What are some of the common indoor molds?
Cladosporium, Penicillium

How do molds affect people?
Some people are sensitive to molds. For these people, exposure to molds can cause symptoms such as nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, or wheezing. Some people, such as those with serious allergies to molds, may have more severe reactions. Severe reactions may occur among workers exposed to large amounts of molds in occupational settings, such as farmers working around moldy hay. Severe reactions may include fever and shortness of breath. People with chronic illnesses, such as obstructive lung disease, may develop mold infections in their lungs.

Where are molds found?
Molds are found in virtually every environment and can be detected, indoors and outdoors, year round. Mold growth is encouraged by warm and humid conditions. Outdoors they can be found in shady, damp areas or places where leaves or other vegetation is decomposing. Indoors they can be found on any surface material.

How can people decrease mold exposure?
Sensitive individuals should avoid areas that are likely to have mold, such as compost piles, cut grass, and wooded areas. Inside homes, mold growth can be slowed by keeping humidity levels below 50% and ventilating showers and cooking areas. Mold growth can be removed with commercial products or a weak bleach solution (1 cup of bleach in 1 gallon of water). In situations where mold exposure is unavoidable, sensitive people should wear a tight-fitting face mask.

Specific Recommendations:
Keep the humidity level in the house below 50%.
Use an air conditioner or a dehumidifier during humid months.
Be sure the home has adequate ventilation, including exhaust fans in kitchen and bathrooms.

Add mold inhibitors to paints before application.
Clean bathrooms with mold killing products.
Do not carpet bathrooms and basements.
Remove or replace previously soaked carpets and upholstery.

What areas can have high mold exposures?
Antique shops, Greenhouses, Saunas, Farms, Mills, Construction areas, Flower shops,
Summer cottages, Homes, Mobile Homes, Travel Trailers, Fifth Wheels, Campers,

Any Work Environment
Areas of high heat and humidity
Basements, Attica, Crawl Space, HVAC compartments, Cars, Trucks,

Basically on anything, everywhere with moisture, and high humidity.


I found mold growing in my home, how do I test the mold?

Generally, it is not necessary to identify the species of mold growing in a residence, and CDC does not recommend routine sampling for molds. Current evidence indicates that allergies are the type of diseases most often associated with molds. Since the susceptibility of individuals can vary greatly either because of the amount or type of mold, sampling and culturing are not reliable in determining your health risk. If you are susceptible to mold and mold is seen or smelled, there is a potential health risk; therefore, no matter what type of mold is present, you should arrange for its removal. Furthermore, reliable sampling for mold can be expensive, and standards for judging what is and what is not an acceptable or tolerable quantity of mold have not been established.

A qualified environmental lab took samples of the mold in my home and gave me the results. Can CDC interpret these results?
Standards for judging what an acceptable level or normal quantity of mold is has not been established. If you do decide to pay for environmental sampling for molds, before the work starts, you should ask the consultants who will do the work to establish criteria for interpreting the test results. They should tell you in advance what they will do or what recommendations they will make based on the sampling results. The results of samples taken in your unique situation cannot be interpreted without physical inspection of the contaminated area or without considering the building's characteristics and the factors that led to the present condition.


Occupants become sick or may become sick in the future from exposure to airborne contaminants in the house. These contaminants can be chemical or biological in nature.


Indoor air with high concentrations of chemical and/or biological contaminants may cause symptoms in people. Some symptoms may include headaches, nausea, sinus problems, unexplained fatigue, and even cancer.

Chemical contaminants are many and various. Here is a short list.
Formaldehyde, Household cleaners, Asbestos, Dust, Fiberglass, Combustion products,
Carbon Monoxide, Pesticides, Wood sealers, Paint, Plastics, Curtains, Fabric- waterproofing
Dry cleaned clothes
Foundation waterproofing

Biological contaminants.
Mold spores
Pet dander
Dust mites


Before the energy crisis of the 70s, the standard US home was not typically "tight" construction. Houses had built in infiltration and ventilation paths. This was good for the IAQ, because outside and inside air would exchange. However, the cost of heating and cooling was exorbitant due to these leaky houses. The energy crisis forced builders to build tighter houses with little or no paths for outside air exchange. As a result, indoor contaminants accumulated and thus began the sick house syndrome.


Until recently, the typical Japanese house was purposely built with mechanisms for infiltration and ventilation. This was done to prevent the buildup of humidity and heat from the hot and humid summer season. Floors under tatami mats were made of planks that allowed infiltration/ ventilation to dry out the mats. Roofing planks were used as the base for typical roofing tiles. Sliding doors are a great way to turn an indoor room into a semi-outdoor room. With this planned natural ventilation, the house would not be quite as hot in the summer as it would without ventilation. However, recently, the modern Japanese wants more thermal comfort in the home during winter and summer. Since this cannot be done efficiently with natural ventilation in most of Japan, they are resorting to mechanical means for thermal comfort. Doing this and saving energy at the same time requires tight construction. Thus, sick house syndrome has become a problem in Japan also.


Hardwood floors instead of carpet materials.
Central air-conditioning, for the entire house.
Hardwood stairs instead of carpet materials.
Exhaust fans in kitchens, bathrooms, and toilet areas that exhaust to the outdoors.


Reduce accidental infiltration in combination with controlled and filtered ventilation.
Use insulation without formaldehyde binders.
Use particle board without formaldehyde binders.
Provide controlled ventilation to satisfy ASHRAE requirements.
Size of HVAC systems to precise requirements to reduce humidity levels.
Use paints and sealers that will not contribute to poor IAQ.
Provide QUIET timer switches for spot ventilation and educate the customer on their usage.

Provide a means for cleaning and maintaining indoor coils on the heat pump system. Provide a humidistat in addition to the standard thermostat for the heat pump system.

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