Mold and the Enterprise
Understanding the causes, health implications, and the importance of mold remediation.
There are more than 1,000 species of mold in the United States alone.
They serve a valuable purpose in the natural world, in food production, and in the creation of medicines. However, mold growing indoors can pose serious health risks for building occupants. These risks include respiratory issues, allergies, and infections. Mold can also contribute to the breakdown of building materials as it feeds on drywall, wood, and paper.
Identifying and Remediating Mold
Early detection of mold in your indoor environment is crucial for finding the source of the problem and keeping it from growing, causing health problems in occupants and in the structural integrity of your buildings.
Identifying and remediating mold will achieve the following benefits:
Using an air monitor, like the Flair Indoor Air Quality Monitor, can help pinpoint exact locations in your building to look for mold problems and address it becomes a serious problem.
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