The presence of mold and toxins in your investment will compromise the well being of your tenant and diminish the value of your building. Old carpet, Engineered Flooring, Sheetrock, and processed materials are "junk food for mold."
In order to protect the working environment for employees and the integrity of the building, structures should be free of any excess moisture and water damage. Negligence in maintenance can cause Mold and Mycotoxins' growth. The presence of Mold will greatly compromise the Air Quality in the building. Physical symptoms related to exposure to mold or sick building syndrome include eye, nose and throat irritation; respiratory complaints; skin irritation; nausea; dizziness and fatigue. The human resources department and/or office manager should be aware of any such symptoms.
Visible mold growth is a health and safety concern when it endangers the life, limb, health, property, safety, or welfare of the public or the building’s occupants. The new mold law applies to Hotel, Motels, Apartment House & any dwellings.
Code enforcement officers or county health professionals are mandated to enforce State Housing Law and have the authority to issue notices to property owners to abate qualified mold growth as routine enforcement.
Dark, damp and crowded church structures that contain moisture and water damage will have a negative impact on the Air Quality and wellness of the congregation and will impact the value of the building.
Managing Asthma and other health problems in the School Environment could be a Moisture & Mold problem and usually is associated with delayed maintenance or insufficient maintenance. The presence of Mold in schools creates Air Quality problems.
Microbial growth is a common problem in all hospitals, clinics, and other health care facilities. Patients with leukemia or organ transplantation and related immunosuppressive medication are at increased risk of getting severe and even fatal fungal infections from mold exposure. Moisture problems occur because of poor design, faulty construction practices, or improper maintenance. Poor decisions at any one of these stages can lead to Mold problems.