Mold in New Orleans Theater


The newly renovated Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans is being tested for mold. The theater is a case study of failures to logically use federal funding. Hence, renovations did not deal with water leaks and mold.

Water stains on the ceiling provoked the testing. Photos of moisture rings show a history of water issues, the kind of thing that often means a mold infiltration.

The stains have been visible for more than a year most likely stemming from the AC system which seems to have been a source for some of that moisture cost $49,375 in repairs.

If you’re in California, you might want to give us a call and see about getting an assessment from Byebyemold.

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