Mold in Schools


Every summer unoccupied schools become the ideal environment for mold to flourish.

With air handling systems shut down, and windows and doors locked down tightly, humidity is trapped inside. Multiply that situation with rain, or even worse, roof or plumbing leaks, and mold will find its roots. Then as schools open up, obvious trouble spots may be handled with a bit of paint here and there–but the real problems show up. The odor of mold comes from somewhere, and plenty of schoolrooms have to be decommissioned as the problems are found and handled.

Students are vulnerable to mold allergies, asthma attacks and respiratory infections.

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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