1. Asthma and Mold? The Cladosporium Culprit

    The genus of mold Cladosporium is a well know trigger for asthmatics, and remains one of the most widespread molds around the United States. Below is a document explaining some of the most commonly found species of Cladosporium, included are references to source materials as well as helpful informat…Read More

  2. The history of the N95 Mask.

    Below is a link to an untold origin story of the N95 respirator mask. N95 History link- https://www.fastcompany.com/90479846/the-untold-origin-story-of-the-n95-mask?utm_source=pocket-newtab…Read More

  3. Real Estate Talk

    Real Estate Talk With Willie Lambright The Mike & Willie Show May Rain Leads to Mold in Many North Texas Homes By Kevin Cokely on NBC5…Read More


    As a licensed mold assessment consultant and mold remediation contractor in the state of Texas, I have become aware of “sketchy tactics” that are agreed upon between homeowners and insurance companies that can cause potential health issues for persons buying houses from the sellers somewhere dow…Read More


    Well, you should do a little investigation on your own. Are there signs of recent moisture, such as a leak? Look under the sinks, behind the toilets, behind the washing machine, or around the hot water heater. Has some water spilled in area where you didn’t get a chance to clean it up? Did you hav…Read More


    My first instructor, Will Southcombe preached about using bleach on mold as if it were a personal attack on his character. He said the last thing you want to try and kill mold with is bleach. He told me that killing mold with bleach is about like dropping a bowling ball on an ant. It will get the jo…Read More

  7. Who Are We?

    What did one mushroom say to the other, “Hi, you look like a fun guy”. Mold issues are not funny, but it doesn’t all have to be doom and gloom. That’s the spirit we hope to bring to this blog. My name is Bob Culley. I have been working in the mold industry in Texas for the past 12 years. I h…Read More