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What are the primary concerns of mold infestation?
Mold exists in all structures, virtually everywhere, floating in the air and on all surfaces. Many building materials such as wood, sheetrock, etc. provide the “food” that can support mold growth. Even dust that has settled on these materials or furniture can be a food source for molds.

Mold needs to eat to survive, and it’s perfectly happy eating your home, if you allow it.
But health risks arise when the levels are too high, and most people don’t even consider the possibility of an infected home or workplace; most Doctor’s don’t even delve into the chance that their patient’s condition is due to indoor air quality issues, even though the media has identified and covered several instances of mold making people sick.

According to the EPA, all indoor mold growth should be removed promptly, no matter what type(s) of mold are present, or whether or not it can produce toxic mold. It’s not a myth, prolonged exposure to mold increases health risks.  
How does mold originate, and where does it reside?
Mold only needs a few things to grow and multiply; Nutrients (food), a suitable place to grow, and moisture. Molds can grow almost anywhere there is enough moisture or high humidity. The Moisture can come from our bodies (sweat, wet hair on pillows, breath), steam, moist air from outdoors, tiny plumbing leak, clothes that aren’t fully dried , and a host of other reasons.

Mold often appears as a staining or fuzzy growth on furniture, walls, ceilings, or anything made of wood or paper. It can smell like an earthy, or musty odor, though oftentimes it’s undetectable. Mold colors range from white, gray, brown, black, yellow, or green.         

What promotes mold exposure?
Exposure increases when indoor moldy materials becomes dried, damaged or disturbed, causing spores and other mold cells to be released into the air and consequently inhaled. Elevated exposure to mold may also occur if a person directly handles moldy materials or accidentally ingests non edible molds.                

Can’t I just use bleach to eradicate mold?
Bleach does not kill mold, it only removes the color. When you treat mold in your bathroom, you effectively eliminate the appearance; but it comes back in the same place, doesn’t it? Not only does it not work, but the when the mold comes back, its roots become even more resilient, not to mention that bleach is an incredibly caustic chemical.

Will Paint and / or Primer kill mold?
The simple answer is No. It can seal the problem for a short while, but it will return. After our treatment plan is complete, that is a good time to prime, and we recommend the use of an oil based primer. Water based primers are ok as well, but not as effective.

Newer Homes and Buildings are immune to the mold problem, right?
Unfortunately this is Not true. Building materials, lumber and trusses sitting outside in the rain too long, can all become infested, and the mold can show up several months after the structure is complete. Some molds will lay dormant until moisture re-activates them.

How are Condos and Apartment complexes affected?
There are a large amount of Condos and Apartment complexes in Volusia County that have had one or more units that suffered some kind of water damage and consequently, mold infestation. Because of the close proximity, mold can spread from unit to unit.

How can mold affect one’s health?
This answer is not meant to scare you, but it is real. Mold can grow in the lungs and on the spine. It can cause paralysis, eye fungus, and the toxic effects of fungal exposure and deadly mycotoxins can compromise the immune system. Reoccurring bronchitis is commonly caused from tainted indoor environments.

Too many times, testing and eradication is performed after the damage is done, this is why we promote the eradication of even the possibility of mold, especially in surroundings that you spend most of your time in. In rare cases, mold can even produce arsenic gas and cause permanent brain damage.

People that suffer from allergies, breathing impairments, nasal and sinus congestion, nose and throat irritation, and migraine headaches should make the O3 Wizard treatment their Top Priority.

What are the ancillary benefits of your treatment?
Our treatment is approved for decontamination for red bag rooms, biohazards, blood, feces, linens, and needles used in the medical industry and hospitals. It effectively kills Mersa as well as aerobic (with air) and anaerobic (without air) contaminants. Given this power, your home or workplace is more than covered.

O2 Wizard is Your Indoor Air Quality Solution. Our process is FDA & USDA approved, and certified. Contact us today for Your FREE Indoor Air inspection and evaluation.

FYI - Laboratory Reports

Lab Reports


Case #1: Villanova University Food Service - Problem: Uncontrollable odors and bacteria in food service preparation. Solution: Villanova enlisted the use of o2wizard.

"We have experienced mold problems in many of our refrigerators on campus, including offensive odors for years. Not being able to eliminate the problem, we resorted to o2's services; within two hours, one of our coolers with odor problems was odor free.

Case #2: 15,000 square foot facility located in Kissimmee, Florida -Problem: Complaints to the Osceola County Health Department from employees suffering from respiratory illnesses. An independent laboratory confirmed high levels of bacteria present. o2wizard eradication was the choice of treatment for air purification and bacteria eradication.

Lab results consequently showed a 100% reduction in toxic contaminates and 83% reduction in normal flora contaminants. No complaints had been filed since treatment.

O2 Wizard is Your Indoor Air Quality Solution. Our process is FDA approved.
Contact us today for Your FREE Indoor Air inspection and evaluation.

Kimi & Kenny Ayers, "Mr. & Mrs. Mold &; Mildew", Indoor Air Quality Experts
OSHA Authorized, Mold Instructors & Experienced in Construction
Florida State License #: MRSR2516