Moisture intrusion and mold are two sources of major indoor air quality problems in our schools. A recent study showed that 61% of schools have some type of mold problems.
Too often, school officials receive bad advice from consultants on the extent of the damage and the methods required to clean up the problem. Then, to compound the issue, the school district uses untrained or ill-equipped district employees to do the work. The well-meaning district spends a great deal of time and money without remedying the situation.
Here Is The Process That SHOULD Be Followed!
2. Along with a certified mold remediation specialist, review the building’s history of past water intrusions .
3. Do a thorough inspection of the entire building, not just the “suspected’ problem areas.
4. Devise a plan to completely remediate the problem and then allow the specialist to complete the plan.