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4 Simple Mold Prevention Tips

4/11/2019 (Permalink)

Commercial 4 Simple Mold Prevention Tips Mold damage in a Palm Bay, FL basement

Mold Prevention

Mold: It’s a sight no one at work wants to see. The discovery of mold in your Palm Bay, FL, office can cause alarm with everyone. Not only this, but mold growth can result in heavy costs on your part, as your insurance may not cover some of the damages. Luckily, you don’t simply have to cross for your fingers and hope that fungal development won’t occur in your building after water damage or the discovery of other mold-friendly conditions. Here are four tried-and-true ways you can get proactive and work to prevent mold on your premises.

Pay Attention to Humidity

Mold thrives in humid environments, so be aware of areas at work where the humidity levels may be on the high side. If you spot concerns, get a dehumidifier. Basements, attics and the areas under sinks are common culprits.

Watch for Flooding

Water damage is perhaps the most common source for mold trouble. After a heavy storm or pipe break, hire a competent water cleanup team to thoroughly remove the water and sanitize the area.

Repair Leaks Promptly

Inspect your kitchens, break rooms and restrooms regularly. As soon as you spot trouble with pipes and faucets, especially persistent dripping and leaks, get the right people on the job to fix the issues.

Ventilation Is Critical

Mold prevention will be successful if your building has effective ventilation throughout all areas. This is especially important in kitchens or laundry areas. If you have these rooms in your building, ensure that you have functioning fans in them.

Like any disaster or unforeseen incident, preventing mold may not be 100 percent possible, but you can significantly increase the likelihood that this unwanted invader will stay away from the premises. Don’t wait for water damage or other issues to spring you into action. Pay attention to all of these factors so you can keep mold away.

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