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Office mold growth harms
the health of office staff members and office visitors, and office mold
significantly harms employee productivity and attendance on the job.
Office mold is often found inside
heating/cooling equipment and ducts,
ceilings, and on, behind, and beneath office furniture.
Effective office mold inspection requires the thorough visual mold
inspection of the ceilings (including above any suspended ceilings), walls,
floors and carpeting, heating/cooling equipment and ducts, and on, behind,
and inside office equipment and furniture, plus surface mold test sampling
of out of the way places such as above window and door wood trim and on top
of wall pictures, filing cabinets, and storage cabinets, plus mold testing
of the air in all of the rooms and areas, and of the outward air flow from
heating and cooling duct registers to determine if there are elevated levels
of airborne mold spores.
In addition, do
mold testing of the air in all
office rooms and areas, and of the outward air flow from the office heating
and cooling duct register, to determine if there are elevated levels of
airborne mold spores.
mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find
air conditioning mold,
workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the walls, ceilings, floors,
crawl space, attic, basement, and HVAC equipment and system of your house,
condominium, office, workplace, or other building anywhere in Phoenix,
Mesa, and Scottsdale, Arizona, California, Las Vegas, USA, Canada, Hong
Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and elsewhere in Asia.
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Office mold growing behind the baseboard and on the wall.